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May 12, 2008 | by  | in Opinion |
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The Tastiest Celebrities: by Renee

1. Vanilla Ice
2. Kevin Bacon
3. Meatloaf
4. Peaches Geldof
5. The Spice Girls

Top five people who should have received the Victoria Cross:

1. Tame Iti
2. The 6 soldiers who got sent home from Afghanistan for doing drugs
3. All the people who smoked pot at parliament on Friday the 11th
4. People who are forced to live next to students
5. Batman

Top Five Movie Titles That Double As Lopsided Metaphors For the state of modern society:

1. Murder Me, Murder You
2. Fuck
3. I Shot Andy Warhol
4. Love in the Time of Cholera
5. Breakin’ 2 – Electric Boogaloo

Top Five Zombie Quotes

1. Urrrrrrrgh
2. Mahhhhhhhhh
3. Brgaaaaaaaaah
4. Aaaaaaaagh
5. Brains

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