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[A busy busy week for stories this week - isn't everyone supposed to be taking it easier this time of year? A PR bunny told us on Wednesday that her company figured they'd get a last story in the papers before Christmas and while everyone else was going to company parties. It seems everyone else had had the same idea. BUT despite all this, all the effort we've put in when we should have been trying to lure unsuspecting ladies until the mistletoe, your input has been shocking. Not many letters this week. Mind you, we've got a cracking Flame of the Week. Enjoy]

So, ole Dubbya finally finally wins
And you're still not happy

Don't use such foul language on the site, you w*nker
Tut tut tut

Best of the Rest: Harry Potter, Kevin Warwick, Lara Croft
Now that would be an interesting three-some

Flame of the Week: we're a bunch of tits
Well, at least she spelt "tits" right

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