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Archives for December 2016

People Have Always Died Experts Reveal

A spate of high profile  celebrity deaths in 2016 has led to concerns that something strange is going on, but now a top doctor has stepped in to  reassure the public that it’s all perfectly normal. “People die every day” said Dr Paul Raymond from  the British Medical Council, “It’s part of the natural life

A Merry Christmas To Both Our Readers

May we wish both of our readers (Frank and Elsie) a very Merry Christmas, and thank them for continuing to consume our drivel over the past few months.  Without you, none of this would be possible. All joking aside, when we launched The Rotherham Bugle at the end of September, we were a little concerned

Thurcroft Man In Job Application Shocker

A Thurcroft man has stunned local employers and employment experts by submitting a series of job applications which don’t include the phrase ‘I can work on my own initiative or as part of a team.’ The Bugle understands that Stuart Thicker, 34 has made over a dozen job applications without making the ubiquitous boast. “We’ve

Whiston Man Makes Shocking Facebook Friend Discovery

A Rotherham man has been left in shock after discovering that most of his so-called ‘friends’ on Facebook wouldn’t piss on him if he was on fire. Damien Dodds from Whiston was under the impression that he was popular because he has over 170 friends on the iconic social network, but it was only when

Rotherham Entrepreneur Making Pounds From Poo!

They say ‘Where there’s muck there’s brass’, and that’s certainly true for a new local business that is literally cleaning up by mixing old and new technology to carry out  the one dirty job which most dog owners hate doing themselves. The Bramley based enterprise only launched in September, but already has over 300 local

Teenagers Know Everything New Survey Reveals

Teenage children and young adults know way more than their stupid parents it has emerged, and many of them know absolutely everything. A survey carried out for Smartphone Junkie magazine asked 1,000 15 to 19 year olds whether they knew more than their parents about a whole range of subjects including education, jobs, careers, sex

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