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Behind The Lyrics: Old Town Road By Lil Nas X

It’s not Lil Kim… it’s not Nas… and it’s not DMX… no, it’s Lil Nas X in this week’s Behind The Lyrics segment… yeah! Lil Nas X’s ditty “Old Town Road” has been a huge success but did you know that the song title is incorrect? That’s right, this title was used to cover up the true lyrics which if you don’t know are: “I’m … Continue reading Behind The Lyrics: Old Town Road By Lil Nas X

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Jeff Bezos And Peter Safran

Way before Amazon existed, there was a mail order store called Congo owned and operated by the Celebrity Clone Lab who were located in a classified rainforest laboratory at the time. In the Congo, there was a fantastic gene recommendation system which was developed to sort all the celeb clones and if you know where to look, you can still find remnants of this directory … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Jeff Bezos And Peter Safran

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Behind The Lyrics: Tiny Dancer By Elton John

This week in our ever-popular Behind The Lyrics segment is Elton John’s song “Tiny Dancer” from his 1971 album Madman Across The Water. The ’70s were of course a time for drug taking and music making and the genesis of this song isn’t any different. Everybody knows that cocaine was Elton John’s favourite substance back in the day, but what people don’t know is that … Continue reading Behind The Lyrics: Tiny Dancer By Elton John

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Peter Sutcliffe And Jeremy Dyson

Today in the Celebrity Clone Lab is screenwriter and writer Jeremy Dyson. If you don’t know, he’s the clone of serial killer Peter Sutcliffe! You simply need to look at the pair’s thick, black, wavy hair to see that they are genetically linked but if you want more evidence we have it here… Before being locked up for life for killing thirteen women, Peter Sutcliffe … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Peter Sutcliffe And Jeremy Dyson

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Behind The Lyrics: Needed Time By YXNG Bane

“Needed Time” is a very unique song by R&B singer YXNG Bane. The song, which is an ode to all things doughy, is from the perspective of a pâtissier. If you’ve ever baked yourself, you’ll know that sometimes your cake batter can split and YXNG Bane tackles this subject without any fear. The track features these lyrics in which Bane talks to his curdling batter: … Continue reading Behind The Lyrics: Needed Time By YXNG Bane

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Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Leslie Parrish

Leslie Parrish, who starred in the original Manchurian Candidate was made by splicing the genes of Lena Heady and Margot Robbie. I bet you didn’t know that! Quite unexpectedly, Leslie Parrish turned out much better than her progenitors; she was an activist and environmentalist, she fought against the Vietnam War and for civil rights, she created a television station that pre-empted C-SPAN, she built a … Continue reading Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Leslie Parrish

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Ted Bundy And George H. W. Bush

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is George H. W. Bush and Ted Bundy, just look at the uncanny resemblance! The interesting thing about this pair is that one was programmed to go into politics and the other was supposed to become a mass murderer. Unfortunately, even as a Republican, Ted Bundy failed to become a politician but thankfully George Herbert Walker Bush became … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Ted Bundy And George H. W. Bush

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Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Odeya Rush

“Thank God” the scientists shouted as the genes of Mila Kunis and Chloë Grace Moretz were successfully spliced together seconds before the deadline of May 12th 1997. The result of the experiment was then named after this celebratory outcry; “Odeya” (which means “Thank God” in Hebrew) “Rush” (signifying the time it took to create her) is now a talented actor and model thanks to this … Continue reading Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Odeya Rush

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Ice-T And Peter Dinklage

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is actor Peter Hayden Dinklage, who if you don’t know, is the clone of rapper Tracy Lauren Marrow (aka Ice-T) just look at the resemblance! Before living in Crenshaw, Los Angeles, Ice-T was born and raised in New Jersey and that’s where a swab of his DNA was first taken as a precaution. As you may know, becoming … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Ice-T And Peter Dinklage

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Tim Cook And Paul O’Grady

I’m sure you’ll agree that there’s little to no originality at Apple since Steve Jobs passed in 2011. There’s no more innovation, no more creativity, no more design risks being taken, in fact it’s plain to everybody that Apple has lost its mojo. This may have something to do with the company’s CEO Tim Cook who if you don’t know, is the clone of comedian … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Tim Cook And Paul O’Grady

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Behind The Lyrics: ZEZE By Kodak Black

In Kodak Black’s latest track featuring Travis Scott and Offset, he reveals that he enjoys comic books, that he’s had sex with comedian and presenter Stephen Fry, that he’s a fan of comedian Peter Kay, plus he watches Indian satellite channels and he may even be Jewish! (at least that’s we think he’s saying). But don’t take our word for it, just listen to the … Continue reading Behind The Lyrics: ZEZE By Kodak Black

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Colin Powell And Lewis Black

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is comedian Lewis Black. If you don’t know, he’s the clone of retired four-star general and ex-secretary of state Colin Powell! Colin Powell, if you don’t remember, was the bloke who gave that remarkable presentation to the U.N. in 2003. Colin was confident that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, in fact he stated that he was “absolutely … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Colin Powell And Lewis Black

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Daisy Ridley And Rhys James

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is actor Daisy Ridley. If you don’t already know, she’s the clone of comedian Rhys James. Now of course, the mainstream media will tell you that Daisy Ridley is a descendant of landed gentry, the great-niece of a Dad’s Army actor, and the daughter of a banker and a photographer but all that’s a lie. The truth is … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Daisy Ridley And Rhys James

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Stacey Dooley And Jane Asher

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is TV presenter Stacey Dooley. If you don’t know, she’s the clone of actor Jane Asher! Now you may say that Dooley isn’t a perfect copy of Asher and you’d be right. Records indicate that the Celebrity Clone Lab intended to create a perfect clone of Jane but due to renovation work, they had to relocate to a … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Stacey Dooley And Jane Asher

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Phil Lynott and Craig David

After the phenomenally successful career of Phil Lynott (with and without Thin Lizzy) the scientists at the Celebrity Clone Lab stored Phil’s cells for later use, with the hopes of perhaps creating a similarly successful artist for the noughties’ generation. The laboratory was very careful with the precious cells as they set about creating the clone. The scientists told us: “The experiment started on Monday … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Phil Lynott and Craig David

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Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Chris Isaak

It’s a known fact that scientists have varied tastes in music. Some of them for example, like to listen to Elvis and some prefer The Smiths. One day after an argument over who is better, a group of experts in the field of Genomics decided to splice the genes of Elvis Presley and Morrissey together in order to create a singer that would please the … Continue reading Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Chris Isaak

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Sandra Bullock And Michael Jackson

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is Sandra Bullock, if you haven’t already realised, she’s a clone of Michael Jackson. Just look at the resemblance! When or where this cloning took place is a mystery but maybe Sandra’s father John Bullock being a contractor for The Pentagon or her grandfather being a German rocket scientist is an indication that she has secretive military and … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Sandra Bullock And Michael Jackson

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Harry Hill And Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. If you don’t already know, he’s the clone of slap-head comedian Harry Hill. Harry Hill’s breakout 90’s BBC Radio 4 show was called “Harry Hill’s Fruit Corner” and his follow-up TV show for BBC Two was called “Fruit Fancies”. Then in the 00’s, Harry Hill did a voiceover for a Branston Pickle advert … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Harry Hill And Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

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Harvey Weinstein’s Secret Therapy: What It’s Like Being A Woman

Shortly after the world discovered that Harvey Weinstein was an alleged sexual harasser, sexual assaulter, and rapist, the man went under the radar and seemingly dropped off the map. There were reports that he was “in treatment” but people are now beginning to ask “what treatment?” and “where?”. Well, we have an exclusive for you folks, Harvey was forced by the Center For Misogyny Reassignment … Continue reading Harvey Weinstein’s Secret Therapy: What It’s Like Being A Woman

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Lee Evans And Fred West

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is stand-up comedian Lee Evans. If you don’t know, he’s the clone of serial killer Fred West! Oddball Times doesn’t have much evidence of this particular celeb cloning as the files were lost, destroyed, or buried somewhere in Gloucester but just take a look at the resemblance; the black hair, the dodgy smile, the South West accent, it’s … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Lee Evans And Fred West

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Perez Hilton And Doug McClure

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is Perez Hilton. Even though he doesn’t want the public to know, we’re gonna out him as a clone of the late actor Doug McClure. If you don’t already know, Hilton, a blogger, columnist, and all-round douche is a hypocrite of the highest order. He is known for complaining about people’s use of anti-gay slurs but he at … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Perez Hilton And Doug McClure

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Alex Jones And The Baldy Man

A brand new conspiracy for all you Oddball readers out there is that Alex Jones, the far-right Info Wars host is in fact a clone of The Baldy Man. Now in order to believe this conspiracy theory, you must first ignore that the Baldy Man is a fictional character played by comedian Gregor Fisher, but if you’re a fan of Alex Jones, you’ll be no … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Alex Jones And The Baldy Man

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Fred Trump And Josef Fritzl

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab it’s Josef Fritzl. If you don’t already know, he’s the clone of Donald Trump’s father Fred Trump! Fred Trump was a carpenter and he built twenty homes in Queens, New York by 1926. Seeing this success, the Celebrity Clone Lab took a swab from Fred’s tash and cryogenically stored his DNA for later use. Then in 1935 during … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Fred Trump And Josef Fritzl

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Post Malone And Chabuddy G

Here at Oddball Times, we like to let you the reader in on certain secrets about the entertainment world, namely which celebrities are clones and which are spliced-hybrids. Sometimes however, certain cloned celebs aren’t a secret at all, some even parade their similarities in front of the whole world for all to see! Take Post Malone for example, this singer songwriter is quite obviously the … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Post Malone And Chabuddy G

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Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Paul Eddington

This week on Celebrity Gene Splicing we bring you Paul Eddington, the late great actor who starred in Hammer’s The Devil Rides Out and TV Sitcom The Good Life. Paul, in case you didn’t know, was made by mixing the genes of David Mitchell with those of Tom Hanks. By combining Hanks’ mouth with the rest of Mitchell’s startled facial features, Paul Eddington was created … Continue reading Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Paul Eddington

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Rob Brydon And Anton Du Beke

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is Anton Du Beke, if you don’t know he’s the clone of Rob Brydon! Anton Du Beke, a Strictly Come Dancing dancer and professional racist, was created when a petri dish containing Rob Brydon’s genes were accidentally left resting on a sequinned Saint George’s Cross flag. Don’t ask us how this strange object made its way into the … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Rob Brydon And Anton Du Beke

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Salman Rushdie And Stanley Kubrick

This week on Celebrity Clone Lab it’s author Salman Rushdie. If you don’t already know, he’s the clone of filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, just look at the resemblance! Sal and Stan are known for their controversial art; Salman for his book The Satanic Protocols and Stanley for his masterful direction of the moon landings. Another controversial subject surrounding this pair is the fatwa on Rushdie’s head … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Salman Rushdie And Stanley Kubrick

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Celebrity Clone Lab: David Icke And Engelbert Humperdinck

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is ex-sports broadcaster, writer, and conspiracy theorist David Icke. If you don’t know, Icke is a clone of singer Engelbert Humperdinck. Just look at the resemblance! Born in Madras, India, Engelbert moved to Leicester, England when he was aged ten and he later became famous when he released a couple of hit records in the 1970s. Humperdinck is … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: David Icke And Engelbert Humperdinck

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Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Harry Worth

This week on Celebrity Gene Splicing it’s Harry Worth, you know, that bloke from the 70s who used to do that shop window reflection joke. Now you may think that he’s just a regular chap from Yorkshire but actually he was created in a laboratory by splicing the genes of Harry Hill and David Suchet. If you don’t believe us just go and watch “Thirty … Continue reading Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Harry Worth

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Celebrity Clone Lab: Jeff Sessions And Mason Adams

Another new segment for Oddball Times is “Celebrity Clone Lab”. In this section we aim to disclose to you, the reader, all the clone-based gossip from the entertainment world, because we know that you know that Hollywood are cloning celebrities so they can multiply their profits. To kick things off we bring you Jeff Sessions, ex-Senator and current Attorney General. If you don’t already know, … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Jeff Sessions And Mason Adams

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Energy Price Hikes: Harnessing The Power

The recent news that energy prices are increasing yet again has lead to feelings of anger which luckily can now be harnessed to power our electronic devices! By wearing this new anger-powered device known as the Stresslectro you can convert your loathing, anger, stress, and despair into electricity. This electricity can then be used to power devices such as your smartphone and energy companies like … Continue reading Energy Price Hikes: Harnessing The Power

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Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Michael Douglas

Now and again, we at Oddball Times enjoy letting you the reader, into the inner-workings of the entertainment business. In our brand-spanking-new Celebrity Gene Splicing segment, we’re going to tell you how your favourite stars are made. Now you may think celebrities are made the old-fashioned way, but you’re wrong. Instead, Hollywood fuses the genes of already famous people within these patent pending time-travelling splice … Continue reading Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Michael Douglas