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Time travelling 2,600-year-old skeletons of male monks found at a Somerset chapel

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I know that some members here use the Daily mail as their go to news site. I was amazed to see this startling headline from this quality paper renowned for for its accurate reporting. 2,600-year-old …
Denbi Avatar
2m, 3w agoPosted 2 months, 3 weeks ago
I know that some members here use the Daily mail as their go to news site. I was amazed to see this startling headline from this quality paper renowned for for its accurate reporting.
2,600-year-old skeletons
Ive read the heading multiple times and scanned the text but im pretty sure this is cant be right.:|
Denbi Avatar
2m, 3w agoPosted 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
It's like people make up and send "reports" to the editor for a quick buck...
1 Like #2
The Daily Mail is most entertaining if you go straight to the comments!
2 Likes #3
The entire paper is mostly stuff they have made up so its hardly surprising! :D
1 Like #4
did you see that article about ola... erm i mean yeah down with the mail!
#5
Deary me, must be lots of financial times readers on here im guessing...
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X)X)X)

love some of the comments on the Mail website:

"Maths is not a strong point with DM journos then"
"Male monks eh? Who would have thought it."
"How much was their house worth? Why no sad faces?"
1 Like #7
Mark2111
The Daily Mail is most entertaining if you go straight to the comments!
It's my favourite news paper.
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Mark2111
The Daily Mail is most entertaining if you go straight to the comments!


Literally the only reason I go on the site
#9
brilly
did you see that article about ola... erm i mean yeah down with the mail!

I am failing to see the "washboard abs" mentioned in that article's title.

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