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What the ####?! Issue 15

Weird, shocking and surprising stories
Happening all over the week
Asking all sorts of questions
This is what the ####?!!!

Welcome folks as What the ####?! returns for another year, this is what makes my Sunday’s proud. The stories that will make you confused, shocked and maybe laugh a little bit as well along the way. All true stories, check them out for more information.

Over the weekend, I read this particular story on the Sky News website and couldn’t help but roll my eyes a few times. Greater Manchester pOlice have children age seven and eight. Where they suspected of fighting? Driving? Foul language? Oh no! They were suspected…. of raping children, maybe even teenagers!!! 😮😮😧😧

I find this very hard to believe, how could they even know what rape is? Have they even been playing to much Grand Theft Auto? Do they watch a lot of porn? Violence and all that?? The victims were believed to believe one at under 13 and one at under 16.

So these idiots have put one over teenagers but how??? They must be incredible vulnerable the poor things. And what’s more dramatic is by law, children under the age of 10 can’t be charged at court because it’s the age of criminal responsibility.

I wonder though cause there will be a few dilemmas. What would the parents of these idiot young kids do to them in terms of punishment??? Maybe even a months detention isn’t enough. Could we just get the Kane out just one last time or something more brutal. Maybe we could send them to Bad Lads Army and deal with hard graft that way.

Now how about this for a puzzle, a woman in Idaho, US has been killed after her two year old son accidentally shot her with a gun he found when reaching into her bag. This took place at a local Walmart. The shooting was accidental and rightfully so.

But my worry is, does Veronica always keep a gun in her handbag? That’s a bit like over here in the UK where young people always carry a knife with them. It doesn’t make sense because the kid wouldn’t know what to do with it in the first place. Always leave your guns or knifes at home!!

From guns to offence Tweets and this week comes from the most hated woman in the UK, Katie Hopkins, a woman who thrives on criticism everywhere. This week she wrote these following Tweets.

“Sending us Ebola bombs in the form of sweatly Glaswegians just isn’t cricket. Scottish NHS sucks.”

“Glaswegians Ebola patient moved to London’s Royal Free hospital. Not so i dependant when it matters most are we Jocksville?”

This came from the news that Pauline Cafferkey who was been diagnosed with Ebola is being treated back in the UK. Now, Katie is a woman who apparently recently gained four stones and lost it all just like that. I’m could tell you right now how much of a dick she is but I’m not cause she thrives from all this, so if she appears anywhere in the news next week, I will make a weekly feature of her Tweets in Katie Hopkins: My S### 2015 with others. You have been warned!!!!!!!!!!!

Now with have a bit of breaking music news and its U2 frontman Bono, one of the richest music men in the business. He fears that he may never play guitar again after a biking accident back in November. The “freak accident” meant he broke his arm in six places and fractured his eye socket.

He is currently taking painkillers to try and get himself ready for the upcoming tour. Now, I always thought Bono was always the lead singer and never played guitar in the band. But I leave you with a comment he made from the interview, learning from his mistakes saying “the first of which is a discovery that I am not an armoured vehicle.” Of course, we are all human after all Bono.

Now a couple of quick stories to finish off. A tweet from the Cheshire police said. “Man arrested for drink-drive after losing control on a car park and crashing into Fordsham police station, #epicfail.”

This was the driver rolled off a neighbour car park and into the police station after midnight. The easiest catch that Cheshire police have ever had in their professional career 😄😄😄.

Finally, most people stayed up for the New Years Eve celebration, however it was completely different in Rome. Apparently from the 1,000 police officers available to work, 85.3% were absent on the night.

Now apparently discipline action could be taken from all those involved in who were absent. I wouldn’t think there was a nasty police bug going round, probable from spaghetti or something. Luckily though, there was no incidents, it all went swimmingly which is a huge relief 😃😃. Italians do know how to party and I’m not mento only Berlusconi 😄.

Thank you very much for all your likes and comments throughout the Christmas period and here’s to a successful 2015. See ya 😃😃

My points of view – Issue 2

It’s already been a long week and me and mum want to have a long sleep and forget about the world, hard workers we are and even if I do say no, they probable get you to do more work. Is my voice heard? Am I in a dream or not? Anyway whatever Thank God is Friday LOL.

United Kingdom Saved

All the news has been about the Scottish independence and the no vote has won with a 55% majority. I was sad though because both the early morning programmes at 5 o clock was all about Scotland, Where’s Jeremy Kyle, i was a bit pissed off.

Over the 2 years of hard fought campaign, that made well over 80% of people to turn up and vote which is fantastic. From the many people that voted no, there was a hell of a lot of people voted yes and that does show great democracy. I was really please to hear about so many 16-17 year olds having a vote as well which means they can influence the outcome. I would encourage many younger voters to ditch David Cameron if possible on the general election.

Alex Hammond did produce a hard fought battle, he has accepted defeat and is now steeping down as first minister. I do believe though he is a lot better than Alistair Darling who was a useless chancellor and probable this was a consultation victory to him and Gordon Brown. I do hope that more powers will be given to Scotland as I still consider this a win-win situation.

We as a United Kingdom are a proud nation, who has been saved by the Scottish public. We have had Romans, Vikings, Tudors, Latvians and Polish who have invaded or still trying to anyway but we are still standing. With the many tourist attractions, places to visit and some of the most friendly people in this world, I am proud to be living in a United Kingdom.

Is staying as a United Kingdom the right thing to do? Are you surprise with the result? Do you get bored with this referendum?


There have been many surprising statistics that can only go one way, higher and higher. Websites have gone past a billion in total, gosh, the World Wide Web will need to spin faster to keep up, the spider has already trapped the millennium bug for 14 years now to keep hiding. There are so many sites to choose from which goes from shopping, news and sport, games, education and social media among others. You could probable type any name on Google and you will find something instantly.

You can probable think of many things though that have more than websites. How about people on this earth? We have about over 6 billion people at the moment. By 2100, that figure could go as high as 11 billion people and that is because of the high birth rates in Africa. That could cause various problems over the years to come and the climate change fiasco could be a problem but who worries about that, yet????

What has been your favourite website? Can we ever get enough websites to fit all in the World Wide Web? Do you think things will change by the end of the century? Is Climate change a good thing?

Shocking news

We all love to play our games but now it seems like that Women are more into games than men. Yes, you heard me right!!!!! The reason why, apparently, is that the majority of 25-44 year olds will play free puzzle games and trivia. So that would mean they will play Candy Crush or Bubble witch Saga. My mum does like to have a Candy Crush moment and it seems like her friends are into the same thing as well.

So you see, gaming isn’t all because of your Xbox and Playstation, with the many apps on your phone and tablet, gaming has become more accessible to the whole generation not just youngsters. I think the iPad releasing something like Bioshock for example is such a great idea because it was a great game at the time and you can still experience great graphics on a smaller device.

Do you play Candy Crush or Bubble Witch saga? Are there a lot of female gamers around? Do you prefer puzzles or Action or Sport games? What is your favourite game?

Something completely different

When I saw this today, I didn’t know whether to laugh or feel sad for the guy but I just laugh anyway. This was a guy over in Perth, Australia who was live on tv getting the first iPhone 6, opening it and then dropping the phone on the floor and hearing groans from others all around. Luckily the phone did work so thank god for that. I drop my mobile hundreds of times and it is still working believe it or not but it is a Blackberry and hopefully a new phone is close away.

The next story I gave a rise smile to, while the guys are busing dig hunting, a bit like Time Team, I don’t know, they encountered two skeletons really holding hands with each other for 700 years. Ain’t it cute though, were they lovers? Best friends? Or sparing partners? I will leave this to your imagination.

One of the most love children shows, Dangermouse is returning to the UK screens and the actor who will play Dangermouse is no other than Alexander Armstrong. Alex who was been more into his comedy roles and also presenter of the game show Pointless, is replacing the great David Jason as the main character in this show that kinda represents more of a child’s version of James Bond. I am delighted to have him as an actor and he will do really well in this role.

Have you dropped a phone and broke it, or even lost it? Do you remember Dangermouse? What are your memories of this classic show?

Remember this is your blog as well and you can answer any of the questions in this section and if you find any stories you would like me to mention next time or maybe in the weekly What the #### section than please feel free to leave a comment and I shall look forward to hearing from you. See you

My Points of View #Issue 1

I have decided to replace the review of the week with Points of View, a few times a week, inspired by Yahoo’s News Digest. I will still do the famous What the ####? But I shall do that one a Sunday every week. Thank you very much for your interesting comments on Do we spend to much time on the internet.

Voting Time

I honestly can’t believe that the voting for the Scottish Referendum is only a day away and it is getting too close to call, no wonder it is getting so heated out there. Gordon Brown seems to be making so many appearances, it’s a bit like a more passionate plea by the former Prime Minister to say no, no, no, we want an United Kingdom basically. My problem is still with the currency issue, what money will there be using and it’s up to a Canadian to decide (bank of England Guy, Mark somebody).

There have even be a few fights over this, nothing like the Northern Ireland incidents so many years ago. But whatever happens, it’s ultimately the Scottish people that will decide the fate and it will swing one way or another. Which way will you think it will go? Can Scotland really cope ring on its own?


Stephen Sutton has sadly pass away for some time now but his legacy stays on as he has raise over £5million for a cancer charity. He made us see the good things in life and say that you can always achieve your dreams in whatever condition you have.

We all have dreams that we want to do, even when we was little and you wanted to be a princess, an action hero or working in the train station. I still feel like being a racing driver at some point or doing commentator work because I sometimes say things out loud a bit like a commentator and get all excited about that.

You got any dreams you want to share? Like a bucket list? Or do you still want that job you really want?

Tech News

We have loads and loads of cards in our wallets, our bank cards are precious but it can still be time consuming when paying up. There are two options to try out in the future. First we have the ipay from Apple which runs alongside the new iPhone. It apparently takes your card details, saves them and you can purchase stuff moline or even in retail stores,restaurants. They say it’s the new way of paying for stuff.

If the idea of technology paying will drive you round the bend, there are supposable contact-less payments available. You might remember the Barclays advert were this dude was on a roller coaster ride to “More than a feeling” by Boston and when he picked up his lunch, he just put his cared on the machine, beeps and payment done.

Which one do you think it’s better? Can the ipay reclaim any kudos back from the iCloud disaster? Or will you stick with the old card?

Matt Damon and Bourne

There has been a big rumour on the shelves that Matt Damon could be reappearing back as Jason Bourne in the next film planned for a year or two time. Matt was in the first three films which he tried to identify who he was after some lifeguards found him out in sea.

The films were fantastic, each one getting better and Ultimatum was probable one of the best action films I have ever seen which such an intense fighting scene in the middle that was nothing sort of gripping. I would love to see Matt Damon back as he would fit the role perfectly.

Have you seen the Bourne films? Does Matt Damon tickle your boat? Could you see him in another Bourne film?

Thank you very much and you can answer any of the questions posed in this issue.