Purpose of Frogs Still a Mystery, Say Top Scientists

16 Mar , 2018  

Nobody is Sure Why Frogs Exist Top scientists and research students from the University of Cambridge have revealed they don’t know what the purpose of frogs is. This failure comes after an 18-month experiment and investigation into finding out their exact purpose. The research cost the university and the UK taxpayer a total of £1.6M […]

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Oral Sex Linked to Higher IQ… But There’s a Catch

8 Feb , 2018  

Giving Oral Sex Makes You Smarter, Recipient Dumber, Finds Science Studies by top researchers has found that regularly giving oral sex has links to being smarter. Data from the same study was also found to show that recipients drop IQ points. An experiment at the University of Manchester had participants perform oral sex acts upon […]

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Actual Pronunciation of the Word ‘Scone’ is Finally Revealed!

31 Jan , 2018  

Historians Discover The Proper Way To Say ‘Scone’ Historians working for Sheffield Hallam University have recently discovered the proper pronunciation of the word. Whilst researching a totally different topic, one senior lecturer came across the details in a book. The lecturer, Professor Julia Oswaldi, was writing a thesis on foods that act as an aphrodisiac […]

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3 Reasons Why Yorkshire Puddings Are The Best Food Ever Created

30 Jan , 2018  

Humble Yorkshire Pudding Is National Favourite As it’s National Yorkshire Pudding day we thought we’d celebrate and honour the nations unsung food hero! 1. Gravy Savers Ever put too much gravy on a roast? Or has your idiot cousin made it the consistency of water? Well slap a few more Yorkshires on there and you’ll […]

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Cricket Confirmed As Really Boring, Science Proves

28 Sep , 2017  

Cricket Named as the World’s Dullest Sport Pioneering research into dull sports from the University of Hull has concluded Cricket is actually really boring. Despite what your local toff believes, the sport has been scientifically proven to be possibly the worst thing on Earth. Oliver Rhombus-Chestington, president of the World Cricket Federation said: “Personally I […]

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