Saturday, March 29, 2008

Ah Ahhahahhah Ahaha Hah

HOUSE PRICES STILL ON THE RISE

"HOUSE prices have risen by more than £30 every day over the past five years, it was revealed yesterday" Ah haha hahahhahha Ah haha hahahhahha Ah haha hahahhahha Ah haha hahahhahha. Where is Greenbay?

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25 thoughts on “Ah Ahhahahhah Ahaha Hah

  • I just saw their front page. Does anyone on that paper have a clue what’s going on?

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  • tyrellcorporation says:

    So desperate!

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  • Do they not get tired of trotting out the same old Sh**?

    ….sound fundamentals, strong demand, blah blah blah

    None of it means anything if YOU CAN’T ACTUALLY GET A MORTGAGE!

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  • bearshare1616 says:

    The Daily Express is like a dose of heroin to its readers. Its wraps them up in cotton wool and tells them exactly what they want to hear. Why spoil a great headline by telling the truth ! However I do think that even the most entrenched belief by their homeowners will not fall for this nonsence.

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  • It has taken the DE approximately 2 months to re-introduce the House prices up House prices down headline – now let me think, all quiet on the Diana enquiry and not much on the McCanns so they revert to their one other headline – Grand old Duke of York house price theme – when house prices are up they are up and when they are down they are down and when they are only half way up they are neither up nor down – a free CD or DVD for the sheeple to sing along with would be welcome.

    The reader comments below the article make much more interesting reading as every post refutes the clain that prices are (in the short term) rising.

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  • Was it yesterday they were saying that house prices were falling, or was it the day before?

    You can’t accuse them of not providing balanced coverage.

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  • Cheekie Charlie says:

    This is getting beyond the joke now!

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  • I was in Sainsburys this morning. A lady, probably around 60, was looking at the paper stand clearly deciding which paper to buy. She alighted on the Express headline, picked it up and studied it for a few seconds, before putting it into her trolley. That is why the Daily Express keeps pumping out these fell-good headlines about the housing market. They don’t care about news reporting, just their circulation figures. I couldn’t resist speaking to the lady “Don’t believe everything you read”, I said cheerily. She looked at me for a second, as if I was completely mad, then hurried off down the fruit and veg aisle.

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  • Odd though that a couple of years ago the statistics would have shown that house prices had risen by £100 per day over the preceding 5 years. Have to admit, it’s a lovely way of saying house prices are falling.

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  • I went shopping for my mother this morning as she is bed ridden at the mo, she wanted the DE, I saw the headlines and thought it was written by a Vi, needless to say I refused to buy the paper.
    Got nagged at by mum though.

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  • This paper is so dismal – it seems to take a delight in chasing lost causes that only serve to make it’s foul-mouthed proprietor, Richard Desmond, – look a complete prat.

    But then, he probably is…

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  • They’re in the business of selling papers so they simply don’t care about facts

    I pretty much guarantee though that someone mentions it to me in the office next week… as an argument against my doom-mongering!

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  • little professor says:

    What an absolute joke. Nationwide reports that prices are down 0.6%, down for the fifth month in a row, and somehow the express manages to spin it like this.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Priceless.

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  • it_is_going_with_a_bang says:

    I would point out that these muppets have on the SAME FRONT PAGE

    “House Prices fall for 5th month”
    and right underneath it…
    “House Prices still on the Rise”

    Absolutely hilarious stuff. Their Web team must still be very hungover this morning.

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  • it’s clearly rubbish and obviously a spin on bad news.

    BUT a lot of people will buy it, to try and get comfort from it. It’s about selling newspapers nothing else.

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  • Here’s a headline for the express for next week free of charge; ‘House Prices Rise 600% over the last 25 Years’ or hows about this one ‘House Prices Rise 12291% over the last 50 Years’.

    All based on real prices on real housey housey’s, you can do great things with simple mathematics.

    In fact the Express is becoming more like a thicko’s paper by the day!

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  • What?! No Diana’s secret love-child splash – I am disappointed.

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  • I used to think that Sun readers were stupid, but the Express could make the Sun look like a academic masterpiece.

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  • “house prices are rising” try telling that to people who are “now” in negative equity, here in Bradford.

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  • I think they have pulled their ‘have your say’ on that article.
    Apparently the Express do not believe in free speech.
    What a joke!

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  • I hope the people who lose out can file a law suit against them for misleading financial advice.

    A dismal attempt to manipulate a present situation with overall figures. Totally out of context. Should not be allowed. Absolutely disgusting abuse of journalism. Appealing to ‘The Slobs’ mentality. The use of meaningless analogies just to prove their point.To name but a few.

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  • Lukeskywalker says:

    I’m so appalled that I’ve written to the Press Complaints Commission. This is absolutely disgusting behaviour. The British media are in a position of trust and they clearly have no regard for their responsibility to their readership, or even Nationwide for that matter, to report data accurately.

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  • Fallin-offa-kliff . . . . . . . . says:

    This paper is giving The Dailly Mash a run for its money – great stuff keep it up!

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  • hahaha..love it. your like a big bunch of spoilt kids hehehehahaha

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