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As every year the members of the Liar Journalist Club gathered in their social local, where they must determine the lie the funniest and improbable published that year ago by a journalist on a newspaper without the chief Editor realised that this fake was printed on the edition.

Even readers didn’t realise that this news were fake at all, because the most of them where published on sections like “weird news”, “strange news”, “odd world”, or similar. And really those kinds of news are published more for fun than for taking them seriously.

Every journalist provided their own fake news and the jury, formed by experts on journalism, humorists, and people connected to the entertainment world would determine what was the most exiting news published.

The Liar Journalist Club awarded the journalist P. Ercing for this news:

- “The floods in Australia were so bad last days that turtles climbed out of their shells and used them for boats”

P. Ercing was prized, evidently, with a fake gold medal, which in reality was made of chocolate and when he bit the metal it crunched on his mouth.

So, you know, not all the news appeared on a newspaper are certain, might be that if you discover fake news you will be awarded too.


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