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Pay Forward Petrol [PODCAST]

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Will tells the story of working the early morning shift at a petrol station. But one morning he’s not early enough! Did customers pump up and leave? [ Read More ]

An Insincere Suggestion Box

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July 26th, 2014– My Dear Secret Diary, the photo accompanying this entry is of the “Suggestion Box” at a golf club. [ Read More ]

When Jaws Hit the Road

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I was driving along the road with an old pal when I saw this in our side-view mirror. It looks like Jaws got himself a new truck! [ Read More ]

Bare Innocence

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We live in a small town with a population of fewer than 15,000. Among the many great things about our little city is the number of stately Victorian homes near the heart of the downtown. [ Read More ]

Funny Storage Ad

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Where do you put all of your stuff when moving to a New York City-size apartment? This funny storage company ad reads: “Hey… you wanted to live in Manhattan.” [ Read More ]

Free Wifi

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I found this free wifi sign on campus. To be exact, in Faculty of Science and Mathematics building. [ Read More ]

Swear Words (A Funny Song) [VIDEO]

When I was in elementary school, I admitted to saying the “F” word.  The problem: I didn’t actually know what the “F” word was… [ Read More ]

Second Chance Shirt

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My son had an old shirt that he was very attached to. Sadly, it was impossible to iron after he’d spun it so often in the machine. So I gave it to the local charity shop. [ Read More ]

She Got the Wrong Phone Number

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I was watching a film with my fiancée when the phone rang and I clicked pause knowing that it was probably either one of her friends or her sister and for the next forty-five minutes, if I were lucky, I would have to wait until I could restart the film. [ Read More ]

Goldie The Chicken

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Our little pet chicken, a Rhode Island Red, was called Mrs. Golden, or sometimes just Goldie. She strutted around our 10,000 square meter block as if she owned it. [ Read More ]