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You may say that now Courteney, but we live in hope.
Days after Friends creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane told US publication Entertainment Weekly that they have no intention of giving the 90s sitcom classic a modern makeover, Courteney Cox has added her own two cents.
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It was sht the only reason people watched it was because there was fk all else on 
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He avoided buying train tickets for five years, then paid his £42,000 fine immediately.
A hedge fund manager paid a £42,550 fine in full immediately after being found to have dodged train fares using a system loophole for what is believed to have been five years.
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I don't get it. Surely a ticket inspector on the train would have caught him in the act and fined him on the spot.
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The school received an email from conmen posing as its bank.

They replied with the codes to access their account.
A school which had England’s worst GCSE results has been duped out of £1.1million after staff fell for a simple fraud.
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Look, the school should have an authorised person who is able to verify the transaction....How does £1.1 million go missing from a school's account?....Must be an inside job.

And where is the police and bank fraud investigators in this matter?....Asleep/snoozing as usual while crime is happening right in front of them....Useless.
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This is simply brilliant.
In-flight entertainment can be a bit sketchy sometimes but surprised passengers on a plane in Australia were treated to their own impromptu show by the cast of The Lion King.
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That red dust has travelled a long way... 
Drivers across Britain were left slightly confused after finding a thin coating of red dust on their cars.
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I live in Manchester and my car is filthy too Even my neighbour thought it was a bit odd
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A 12-year-old girl and her 13-year-old boyfriend have just become Britain's youngest parents.

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A 12-year-old girl has given birth to her 13-year-old boyfriend’s baby, making them Britain’s youngest parents.
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Totally disgusting and the little girl who had the baby, her father is "proud of her"... that says it all. I would be mortified and die of shame if it was my child!
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What if he needs to sneeze? 
This guy is really passionate about his job.
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That's the bees knees
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Jess Vine raised £400 for Cancer Research by cutting off her waist-length hair.

Now her school wants her to wear a wig ‘as part of its uniform policy’.
A teenager who shaved her head for a cancer charity has been told to wear a wig to school or risk being disciplined.
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I dyed my hair red and my sch told me To dye it bk To an natural colour but isn't red hair natural Errm yea ppl r born with it my sch was shit trust me glad I dnt go sch no more theses sch no a days r well shit in some sch u cant even wear jewley or bracelets things 
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It’s past 12! It’s all over!

You can start believing the stories you read on the internet again, except for all of these… #aprilfoolsday  
It's April Fools' Day, so everyone from Fleet Street's finest to the world's biggest tech companies are getting in on the 'fun' by posting their own pranks. Here are the best of this year's offerings.
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+Graeme Skinner He's arrogant enough to do it, certainly.
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It’s all normal… until you look inside.
If you're a fan of Flash Gordon, Guatemalan temples and Ridley Scott's Alien - and are looking for a new home - we might have found exactly what you were after.
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" to let"
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