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Friday, 5 October 2012

Friday, October 5, 2012
From the Labour party conference to the US presidential debate - via Kate Moss, Angela Merkel and Jessie J - check out our round-up of this week's funniest snaps...

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and click on the links below for more great comedy
PHOTOS: Pet Slimmers Of The Year
Randy Stag Chases Man In Park
This Week's Funniest Twitter Jokes
Happy Bond Day From Alan Partridge!
PHOTOS: Incredible Chinese Splits Craze
Andrea Mann: This Just In: Beautiful Women Can Be Funny, Too
I'd say that Britain has a problem with beautiful women being funny while Hollywood has a problem with not-conventionally-beautiful women being funny. But that's because Hollywood has a problem with not-conventionally-beautiful women, full stop.
Gavin Roach: Life on the Road
How is it that I find myself in this situation I hear you ask? Well my ever faithful readers I am on tour again. I have been on tour with my one-man show, Confessions of a Grindr Addict, for the better part of six months. Sounds like an exciting and adventurous life right? Well it can be, honestly, but there are some days, every so often, that you wonder why you do it.
Naomi Hefter: Twenty-Three Times Was Enough
I've been fired from 23, yes TWENTY THREE, reception jobs. I've slept with less people! Reasons being too eccentric, too opinionated, too animated, too glamorous, too loud, too crude, even too attractive - some people really need to get a grip - oh and for waxing my "lady garden" under my desk... Hey, I was bored out my brains!
Alistair Coleman: Like a Clown Car Crashing Into Another Clown Car - Tragic, but It's Only Clowns
Back in the 1990s when I was some sort of feckless idiot, I was a member of the high-IQ organisation Mensa. I know what you're thinking, but the stark truth is that they know how to throw a good party, and I have yet to apologise to forthright TV critic Garry Bushell-On-The-Box for making off with his umbrella after a boozy Mensa evening in a rainy London.
Rich Fulcher: Romney Must Have a Master Debate
The stakes are huge for the former governor. He must win back his fleeing electorate by convincing them he is a viable candidate for '100%' of the people as well as show he has a 'specific' plan for America.

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