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There's a storm in my teacup!

Well, in my dollar store mug.

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Odd news.
Mr. Harry Smalldawg Esquire

Found in The Sun, as anyone in the UK could have guessed without difficulty.

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Sadly, the people in the family often bring back a copy of the Sun home most days of the week, and buy a News of the World on the Sunday. I find the style of the newspapers depressing - how they will contradict themselves to make a story more provocative, and how they sit on the moral low ground.

But what I find worse is that I know people that buy it, but when I ask them why, they have no idea. It's not for the news, it's not for the sport, it's not for the gossip. It's really confused Mum now I put the question to her, in fact.

I suspect it's just for the routine of a daily mundane life then. The same people who watch EastEnders daily but moan that it's gone to shit.

You must go on a quest to rid the place of The Sun. When people enter the house you should give them a full body search and confiscate the offending article. If you wish to ween them off it try replacing it with a copy of a real newspaper such as The Times.

They're both Murdoch-owned. Not a fan of Murdoch.

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