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Kiritapu

Kiritapu

There are many different ways to honour the people who shape us. We present awards and bestow honours for remarkable achievements, adding letters at the end of names like “ONZ” or “QSM” or prefixing names with “Dame” or “Sir”.

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Feminism, Humour

James laughed, all the while checking out Chad's spectacular left moob

Three conversations I’ve had in a bar

Three conversations take place in a bar. To be fair, only two of these conversations have actually happened. The other one hasn’t yet, but it will.

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Feminism, Humour

Are women funny?

Are women funny?

By Michele A’Court. I have been making a living out of being funny for the past 21 years. Maybe a little longer if you count hosting “What Now” from 1987, a children’s programme heavy on the comedy sketches and witty banter.

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