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  1. Disney announces a buying of the United States

    by , 1st April 2014 at 05:56 PM (Mr. Nintendo's Leaks)
    After many years of negogiating, Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced his decision to buy the United States of America for 42.0 trillion US dollars. "This is going to surely allow us to enter new opportunities with our propeties, and it will be great!", said future American leader Bob Iger. Current US president Barack Obama agreed to the solution, as he got tired of running the country, and wanted someone else to take the helm of President, especially with the whole Crimean annexation crisis. ...

    Updated 1st April 2014 at 06:06 PM by John Understands

  2. <Obligitory Joke Post>

    by , 1st April 2014 at 05:39 PM (Transform and Roll Out!)
    It's March 32nd and I should be making some joke post, like how I hate Golurk or Bisharp sucks or something like that. But I don't really follow traditions all that closely so this won't be anything like that. Instead, this is about something that happened in April back in 2012. This is a story about a Golett.

    Back around Thanksgiving of 2011, I started hunting for a shiny Golett on my copy of Black. This was easily my third attempt, as I had tried before and netted no results. But ...
  3. Bidoof's Mega Evolution reveled!!!

    by , 1st April 2014 at 04:05 PM
    In a stunning turn of events, Nintendo reveled on the Pokemon X and Y website a new mega evolution, Mega Bidoof, The first Mega Pokemon to be able to evolve to have a mega form!!! Its Mega stone will given away later this month, Its stats are:
    Sp Atk:35
    Sp Def:40
    Here is a link to the page: [url=http://www.pokemonxy.com/en-us/pokemon/mega_pokemon/]Mega-Evolved Pokémon[/url]
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  4. Now this is what i'm talking aboot

    by , 1st April 2014 at 03:43 PM (The Vortex)

    How bout' dem Vancouver Canooks, eh?
  5. A Short April Fool's story

    by , 1st April 2014 at 03:30 PM
    This story itself is not a joke, but it is funny.

    When I was in fifth grade, our teacher told us to take out our history books and look for someone named Loof Lirpa. For the next few minutes we all scoured through the books trying to look for this person we've never heard of. Eventually we came to realize that "Loof Lirpa" never existed, but my twin brother was convinced he was real (I think he said he heard the name before, but didn't connect it to the holiday). It was ...