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Daily Mail Officially Goes Full On Retard

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They're actually passing off family announcements as headline news now. This, the 2nd top story in their newsfeed...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2626912/Female-teacher-38-worked-22-000-year-St-Pauls-school-married-former-pupil-QCs-son-14-years-junior-pair-child.html

Teacher marries someone who once went to school.

I presume this means teachers should only be allowed to marry feral creatures raised in the woods, marrying former pupils could be a conflict of interest.

Other factoids include 'it was george osbournes school'

Oh, and their house is worth £1.4 million.

Is the DM trying to outdo private eye? the viz? Beano?

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They're actually passing off family announcements as headline news now. This, the 2nd top story in their newsfeed...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2626912/Female-teacher-38-worked-22-000-year-St-Pauls-school-married-former-pupil-QCs-son-14-years-junior-pair-child.html

Teacher marries someone who once went to school.

I presume this means teachers should only be allowed to marry feral creatures raised in the woods, marrying former pupils could be a conflict of interest.

Other factoids include 'it was george osbournes school'

Oh, and their house is worth £1.4 million.

Is the DM trying to outdo private eye? the viz? Beano?

I think it does! :blink:

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I think there was a survey a couple of years ago, based on some index of sophistication of English, showing the DM was 2nd behind the Guardian but ahead of the FT.

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I think there was a survey a couple of years ago, based on some index of sophistication of English, showing the DM was 2nd behind the Guardian but ahead of the FT.

It must have been an 'Index of Misspelling English', behind the Grauniad.

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It must have been an 'Index of Misspelling English', behind the Grauniad.

LOL! But it made a serious point about the pitch to each newspaper's audience.

There's a lot of financial information in both papers - Guardian public sector recruitment ads, DM pensions and how to spend savings.

Maybe it was just an index of polysyllables.

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