An Argentinian human rights ambassador addressed the media last night in regards to the recent Top Gear controversy.
“I’m proud of the peaceful reaction of our people,” the ambassador told reporters, before hurling several bricks through Jeremy Clarkson’s windscreen.
Australian free to air television reportedly still exists, despite 97% of its programming featuring overweight people and amateur chefs crying and talking incessantly about their ‘incredible journey’.
Sydney Swans management have publicly denied that the ‘cost of living allowance’ situation has got out of hand. The comment came shortly after the Swans announced the signings of Gary Ablett, Joel Selwood and half of Hawthorn’s premiership team.
London, Florida claimed its third consecutive title at this evening’s 57th Annual ‘Preposterously Misleading City Names Championship’ – closely followed by fellow podium regulars Paris, Texas and Athens, Georgia, in what was truly an American dominated affair.
The other 7% are either elderly, or studying to become personal trainers.
Finally realising that the budget is a tough pill to swallow, Abbott now plans to wrap it in bacon before tossing it back to the public.
Antarctica’s 2024 Olympic bid is on hold after the proposed athlete’s village site broke off from the mainland, crashed into South Africa, and melted.
In a recent interview, Samuel L Jackson rated Pulp Fiction as his number one performance, the Bet365 commercials coming in for a close second.
Man buys high-end Mac to send the occasional email, uses a scalpel to cut his sandwiches in the morning.