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Issue 1 Spring 2012

special olympic edition

Laura White and life after the x factor

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Credits Editorial Saeed Atcha – Editor Mithun Kerai – Sub-Editor Tarek Saada – Sports and Entertainment Editor Jasmine Moore – Fashion Editor Beth Stevenson – Fashion Editor Gene Lock – Sport, Health and Inclusion Editor Naim Ismail – Sport Journalist Idris Abbasi – Sport Journalist Shabih Syed – Journalist Khalil Malji – Journalist

With special thanks to Lisa Dabasiya Amy Doram Inayat Omarji Andrew Donaldson John Daly

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Index About Xplode Magazine Laura White Interview Music Reviews Film Reviews Snap Your Style Seasonal Trend Olympic Round Up Olympic Map Olympic Concert Cyber Bullying Nicole Jackson Interview Healthy Active Lifestyle Teenage Brain Chelsea Spokes, Key 103 Fun Page


Hello and welcome to the first ever issue of Xplode Magazine – a unique and innovative magazine exclusively made by young people for young people in the Bolton area.

From the Editor

Thank you for picking it up! Xplode is about giving young people the opportunity to express themselves in a positive light in the community. From showbiz to entertainment, sports to fashion, Xplode will keep you up to date with whatever young people are talking about! We want to promote all the good things that young people do, to show pride in diversity and create links to other community groups. If you want to get involved, whether its writing an article photography or design work, get in touch with us and pick up some valuable experience along the way! Xplode magazine is funded by O2 Think Big, because they also believe in young people and they recognise the good things young people are doing. We are also supported by BCOM who have many community groups and enterprises. That is just a little insight about the magazine. I know you want to know more, so get flicking those pages! Once again, Thank you for having a copy of Xplode Magazine Saeed Atcha

Congratulations! We would like to say a massive congratulations to Bolton's two new youth MP's Lydia Wolstenholme and Fahad Ali, whom we look forward to working in partnership with. Disclaimer: Xplode Magazine Bolton is a constituted community group and we strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information. If you have seen anything that you are not happy with then please e-mail us: info@xplodemag.co.uk. Any unauthorised copying or reproducing of Xplode Magazine’s content will constitute an infringement of copyright. © Xplode Magazine 2012, All Rights Reserved.

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Laura White Interview

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Laura White is a singer from Atherton in Bolton and is best known for reaching the final twelve of the fifth series of the XFactor in 2008. White’s debut single, ‘You should have known’ charted at number 32 on the UK Charts and in 2012 she was the special guest of the Peter Andre tour.

What has been your best experience so far? Everything! The last three and a half years have been a whirlwind. I’d say the highlight, was performing at the M.E.N Arena as it as always been my dream.

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Who is your inspiration? I’ve got many inspirations, such as Stevie Wonder and my relative Michael because he’s always positive. I love to read novels and books and I’m inspired by people who are mainly driven to what they love to do.

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What happened to releasing ‘Radio’ as your second single? It was going to be a smash hit according to the critics, but it had the ironic rapping and it was a hard decision for me to make, but I thought it didn’t go with the style of my music and project.

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How was the transition from being on National Television to coming back to Bolton? My life changed the minute I entered for the show! After the show, I’m in London quite a lot. I try coming home as much as I can and I try forgetting about music when I’m with my family. I love the roots, the people and everything here really.

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How did it feel working with somebody as big as Cheryl Cole? At the time it was life changing as Cheryl had achieved so much and she understood how I felt with my music, she also understood how I didn’t want to rush through releasing songs with no meaning to them. It was just wonderful to have that support from Cheryl. Tell us a bit about your debut album! The album is a mix of cool pop songs, with ‘hooky’ melodies and it’s all based on my diary entries and completely on everything that I’ve felt. You’ve been writing songs for Rihanna, Eliza Doolittle, Cher Lloyd and Leona Lewis, do you ever prioritise who you’re writing for? I’ve been so passionate about my writing and my management team believed in me all the way but I have to maintain the balance of writing from my heart and writing for other artists. What is your most embarrassing moment? I always say this, I did a showcase when I was about 17 at the time and funnily enough, I was singing ‘Falling’ by Alicia Keys, they didn’t tell me that there was only a sheet at the back of the stage and because I was so involved in my singing that I shut my eyes and I ended up falling backwards


Laura White Interview What is your most memorable moment? I’ve been so lucky and my most memorable moment was getting to the moment where the public was going to hear about me. Who would you want to be stuck in a lift with? I would have to say Drake! He’s the love of my life, and I absolutely adore his work and lyrics. If I was stuck in a lift with Drake, maybe I could even blag doing a song with him! Moving onto what you think of young people, what do you think of the youth of today? I think that we have such a strong community spirit and I think the way forward is just to keep kids focused nowadays. I think that you just have to be really inspired and just believe in yourself. Do you think it’s changed much since when you were young? I think that if you have someone close to you like your family and you are loved then you will have a strong mind in life and you will believe in what you are doing. I think that connecting with your parents and developing it from there is the most important thing. Do you think enough is being done to promote the positives of young people? Well, all the kids that I’ve met have been polite and the main thing is to just keep focused on your education and just keep inspiring kids to their best ability. Interview by Saeed Atcha & Naim Ismail.

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Music Reviews Releases We Are Young – Fun Feat. Janelle Monáe You may not have heard of Janelle Monáe before or even the band ‘Fun’, they together, make the song ‘We Are Young’. Janelle is normally stuck to R&B so it’s not clear what compelled Janelle Monáe to work with these New York-based ‘Panic! At The Disco’ soundalikes. They’re hardly natural bedfellows, and her input is limited to a brief vocal. It’s a winning formula though – this stirring ballad went to Number One in the US. It’s already being played on the radio right here in the UK. The collaboration seems to be this year’s Owl City! Laser Lights – Jessie J J-J-J-J-Jessie J is back with a brand new track! It’s called Laserlight, the beat is by David Guetta. The song does sound a lot like Guetta’s previous track, Titanium. Feeling this ‘larger-than-life, electro-pop’ ballad, it certainly gets you awaiting the forthcoming Platinum edition of Jessie J’s 2011 debut set. The song has a really catchy beat and Jessie sings her name Derulo style!

Olympic Song ‘Spinnin For 2012’, is the official Olympic Torch Relay song and it will create the soundtrack to the Olympic Flame’s, 8,000 mile journey across the UK. The song has a brilliant ‘feel’ to it, its lyrics are inspirational to coincide with and bring alive the youthful focus of the Relay, and 8,000 inspirational torchbearers. The singers are Tinchy Stryder who is riding high in the charts! He is not only a chart-topping artist but also a fashion entrepreneur and music industry mogul. Dionne Bromfield is the icing to the cake though! Dionne debuted as a 13 year old and has become known for her unique music style! She has presented CBBC’s youth programme, ‘Friday Download’.

Artist Spotlight For this issue we focus on Katy Perry, as her brand new film ‘Katy Perry, Part of Me 3D’ is released in July. Real Name: Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson Born: 25 October 1984 Star Sign: Scorpio Birthplace: Santa Barbara, California, USA Hometown: Los Angeles, California, USA

Did you know? Katy's 2001 debut album – under her real name Katy Hudson – is a gospel collection. Katy's breakthrough was the 2007 video release of 'Ur So Gay'. In 2009, she guested on Timbaland's 'If We Ever Meet Again' from 'Shock Value II'. Katy married British comedian Russell Brand in a Hindu ceremony in October 2010.

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Film Reviews

Ten years on, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones return as Agents J and K to bring Men In Black 3! The long anticipated film directed by Barry Sonnenfeld combines sci-fi and comedy to bring an epic film, which is sure to attract millions of people as it hits screens on May 25th. The film is sure to bring excitement as Agent J travels in time to save his friend, Agent K, from being assassinated by an alien. With many surprises in store, this film is sure to be a winner!

The much loved animated adventure comedy, Ice Age, returns this year as Manny, Diego and Sid are faced with a dilemma when their continent is set adrift. The dynamic team battle sea creatures and face pirates as they embark on a new journey, which will be screened on July 13th. This fourth instalment of the film promises to be really exciting and it has gripped many imaginations already!

Article by Mithun Kerai

Paranormal Activity 4 is set to release in October, as you would imagine. Every Halloween, a new Paranormal Activity film is released! Is the gist of the film too predictable? A family sets up cameras in a house, nothing happens for 45 minutes; all of a sudden something makes a noise, then nothing happens for another 45 minutes before finally something falls over. Surely we are tired of this now? If the next film follows the same storyline, the audience will surely only be there to see who falls over in the last ten minutes of the film before leaving!

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Snap Your Style

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Name: Hannah Costin Age: 15 Jacket: New Look Top: Dorothy Perkins Shirt: American Apparel

Name: Lois Lockett Age: 14 Blazer: H&M Jumper: Topshop Shorts: H&M Tights: Accesorise Shoes: Affleck's Palace

Name: Nancy Da Silva Age: 15 Top: Topshop Jeans: Dorothy Perkins Jacket: Primark

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Snap Your Style Boys! Name: Sam Parkinson Age: 17 Jacket: Mishka Shirt: Blue Rinse Pants: Topman

Name: Jordan Holt Age: 17 Whole outfit: Topman Shoes: Vans

Seasonal Trend It was love at first sight when I saw these in Topshop the other day! The colours in these acid wash hot pants are amazing and they are fabulous quality. They’ll look great with and without tights, taking you from summer to autumn. Perfect for the summer festivals! What’s not to love!? I nipped into Manchester a few weeks ago, saw this dress and instantly fell in love. I love the shirt dress style and how this dress just epitomises summer with its blue daises and sun yellow fabric. The cuts at the side of the waist are gorgeous and are perfect for showing off your tan in summer (Not that we get any sun!). This is a piece I'd definitely invest in and probably end up wearing all year round with a comfy, thick knit in winter. You can pick this dress up from No Angel on floor 2 of Affleck's Palace for £25

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Street-by-street details of the Olympic torch relay route in Bolton and names of inspirational torchbearers have been announced.

Olympic Round Up

Crowds will be able to catch the first glimpse of the flame when it arrives in Westhoughton, Bolton on Castle Hill Road, at 5.30pm. The torch will then make its way down Deane Road, before entering Victoria Square. A free celebration will be held in Queen's Park as the torch will enter the Spa Road playing fields. The torch will then leave Bolton on June 1, just after 6am, from Victoria Square. It will travel on to Chorley New Road; go down Scholes Bank in Horwich before arriving in Chorley at approximately 7.20am. Communities are being urged to line the streets to celebrate the achievements of the inspirational torchbearers carrying the flame in their community and share in the excitement of the Olympic torch relay. The Leader of Bolton Council, Councillor Cliff Morris, said: “Witnessing the spectacle of the Olympic torch relay will be a historic day for our residents. “This announcement really brings the route to life and will encourage people to get involved by lining the streets. We are looking forward to welcoming all the inspirational torchbearers to the community.” During the incredible 8,000 mile journey across the UK, an average of 115 torchbearers will carry the Olympic flame each day until it arrives at the Olympic Stadium on 27th July for the lighting of the cauldron, exhibiting the official start of the Olympic Games.

Article by Naim Ismail

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Olympic Concert

A big concert is heading for Bolton! A concert is being held to celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games. Bolton Council have given away around 8,000 free tickets to contribute on their behalf. 8000 tickets were available and priority was given to those who live in the borough. On Thursday 31st May, the Olympic torch will be coming to Bolton to complete the 70-day torch relay journey across the UK. At Spa Road, playing fields in Queen’s Park, there will be a free evening concert hosted by Bolton Council for the community. Bolton is one of 66 locations across the UK, and one of only two places in Greater Manchester, that has been chosen to host an official evening celebration.

Photo caption: Outside the Town Hall are (from left): Torchbearer Antony Evitts, Deputy Leader Councillor Linda Thomas and torchbearer Dave Jolly

The plan for the evening is that the event will take place from 4.30pm till 8pm, there will be a line-up of local entertainment, and a special guest act, details of which are being kept secret by the council!

For more information about the torch relay or Bolton Council’s year of sport 2012 visit the official 2012 page at: http://www.bolton.gov.uk/bolton2012

Article written by Idris Abbasi & Tarek Saada.

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Cyber bullying costs the United Kingdom £18 Million every year!

Cyber Bullying

Over 350,000 children are victims of cyber bullying every year, costing the government an average of £18 million. The huge investment comes from a small section of the £67.8 billion education budget each year. But why should our government need to spend money on these dilemmas? Surely there are a variety of other options to stop cyber bullying without spending valuable tax payers money. Well in fact, the government, councils and communities have tried almost everything to bring this monstrosity to an end, but no hope has been shown. A huge factor in the prevention of cyber bullying is the awareness shown by people, especially parents and close friends. A large number of people in the United Kingdom are unaware that cyber bullying takes place on a daily basis and don’t know the causes or effects of cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is described as ‘persistent and intentional’. How do the bully victims feel? A large percentage of children are not majorly affected by cyber bullies, but the individuals who are, are scared senseless. 20% of victims are reluctant to attend school because they are scared, 14% fear for their own safety, 5% self-harm and 3% of cyber bullying victims attempt suicide. Are you a cyber-bully? You might be a cyber-bully and not be aware of it. Ideas come across differently online than they would in person, if you persistently abuse someone as a ’joke’ on a social network, they could take it the wrong way and they could end up as one of the 3% of cyber bully victims who attempt suicide. Think before you act! Are you a victim? If you are a victim to this type of bullying or any other types of bullying, there is always help at hand. Don’t suffer in silence, speak out and tell someone. You do not have to put up with it! Article written by Gene Lock & Tarek Saada.

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Nicole Jackson Interview

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Nicole Jackson is a teenage model from Bolton. Nicole has many achievements and is currently the Teen Face of Europe and London, along with many other titles from beauty pageants in the world.

What has been your best experience so far? I think just actually going to Paris and going on all the rides! We actually went to Disneyland and we met Mickey and Minnie and all the rest. Everything was paid for and I was like 'Ooh WOW.’

Out of all the titles you’ve got, which are you most proud of, and why? Obviously ‘The Face of Europe’ because it was about helping charities, helping the young people and older people, as well as those who don’t have what I have. Who is your celebrity dream date? Drake! I just love him, I watched him in April!

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What is your most embarrassing moment? Well this one’s bad! I went street dancing and the crotch on my pants was really low, it came to near my knees! Then I found out I had to do the splits and as I kicked my leg in the air, my pants ripped! I was so embarrassed!

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Who is your biggest inspiration? Tyra Banks. She's so down to earth and she helps a lot of people too.

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What is your most memorable moment? If it isn’t the same one! Probably winning ’The Face of London’. Then getting chosen to go to Europe and winning there too. Visiting Sweden and all the other countries was amazing!

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Did you ever think you’d win something as big as this and achieve this much at 15? No! The girls I competed against were in their 20s and I’m only 15!" Who would you like to be stuck in a lift with? You can’t say Drake, because we had Laura White say Drake the other day! I'd have to say Beyoncé, because I really look up to her and she's very pretty. When I see her one the TV in interviews, I just think, 'Wow I’d love to be friends with her!' Moving on to young people, what do you think of the youth today? I suppose some people are good within their environments, but some just think that it’s okay to trash things; that’s not good in my opinion I try to help people to not do that. How does it feel to be branded in the same category as the youths who are out on the streets on a Friday night? I don’t know, they’re the same age as me and it’s not as if I can change that. It’s been going on for ages, people in their thirties where doing it when they were fifteen. I'm not drinking on the streets, then I can’t really say much. Do you think enough is being done to promote the good work of the youth today? No not all, people should do more to help the environment and stop people trashing things. I think if there are more people doing well, more people will lis-

Article by Saeed Atcha, Jasmine Moore & Beth Stevenson


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What do you think could be done to get the stereotypes of us young people changed? I think if people follow the likes of ‘Kendro’ who went on the XFactor, then people may follow in their footsteps and look up to young people.

The Twitter challenge consists of you telling me if you think somebody has higher or lower amount of followers than another person! Your favourite celebrity is Beyonce, has she got higher of lower than Rihanna? Higher Correct! Drake, higher or lower than Rihanna? Lower Correct! Jessie J, higher or lower than Drake? Higher Damn, wrong! Ed Sheeran, higher or lower than Jessie J? Lower Correct again!

One Direction, higher or lower than JLS? Lower? Wrong! Higher, by almost double! Do you think you have more or less followers than Saeed? (@saeedatcha) Ummm, well I looked at his Twitter before so I’ve know I’ve got higher! Correct Do you think Jasmine has higher or lower than Beth? Higher! Only two wrong! She’s good!

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Healthy Active Lifestyle

What nutrients do I need for a healthy, balanced diet? Nutrients are divided into two groups; macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients. Macro-nutrients form the biggest part of what we eat, these include; Carbohydrates - these provide most of the energy we use Fats - these provide energy and insulation for our body Proteins - these are used for muscle growth and repair Micro-nutrients are needed in much smaller quantities, these include; Vitamins - these help our vision, skin, bones, teeth, amongst other things Minerals - these include calcium which helps keep bones dense and strong Water - water holds oxygen and keeps the body hydrated

How can I start living a healthy, active lifestyle? A series of tasks carefully combined can help you achieve a healthy, active lifestyle. A balanced diet, regular exercise, work and rest, all help you to feel good and maintain your well being. If you do not have the right amount of nutrients in your diet or if you over train when exercising, you could cause injury and it could lead to you damaging your muscles. It is essential that you get the correct amount of nutrients in your diet for muscle growth and repair. When exercising, the best option would be to create a personal exercise programme. This would help to support your individual needs and assist you in your health and fitness progression. How does regular exercise make you feel better? Serotonin is the ‘feel good’ hormone found in the human body. When exercising on a regular basis, the hormone levels of serotonin are increased, which allows the mind to feel happy and fresh. Regular exercise also helps you feel good about your body.

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Article by Gene Lock


Moody, impulsive and troublesome, sound familiar? As teenagers we get burdened with stereotypes and descriptions that don't actually describe us at all. We get questioned on our actions and judged by many people!

Teenage Brain

For many years, people believed that a teenagers brain was at full capacity and worked like an adult brain but this is untrue. New research by scientists all over the world has shown that in fact, a teenagers brain undergoes a massive reorganisation between the ages of 12 and 25. Our brain gradually becomes more efficient, starting with the rear of the brain which controls basic functions like vision and movement and the front of the brain, which controls complicated things like thinking. Connections between our memory directory and our frontal areas also mean we get better at making goals and resolving problems. This is the transition from childhood to adulthood and makes us more decisive and mature. Because our brain is constantly changing, certain parts of our behaviour becomes more extreme than a child's or adult’s, for example, given a choice, teenager would take more of a risk than an adult or a child. This isn't because we don't understand the consequences or aren't in control, we are, we just value the reward more than an adult or a child would. This helps us to evolve to fit the needs of the world today and helps us to get the most out of life! The traits that many people characterise us on are in fact what define us. We aren't irrational or idiotic and we do understand consequences. We are in fact highly intelligent and use less of our brain to make decisions than adults do. So next time somebody calls you for your teenage troublesome traits, they only notice it because it’s only what annoys them or worries them. We aren't all bad! Article by Jasmine Moore

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Chelsea Spokes Interview

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When you were younger, what job did you want to have and why? I always wanted to be a journalist and I always had a pen in my hand, either writing poems or stories. I’m not sure why, I just loved anything to do with creative writing and English. It also helped that I had a really inspirational English teacher who encouraged me. How did you get into the radio industry? I did a degree in BA Hons Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston. At the time there were not many Universities offering this course and they were known to be the best. After 3 years and some work experience I got a job presenting weekend breakfast on Century FM and after that, I was offered the job of presenting the Breakfast show with Mike Toolan on Key103 and that was 6 years ago. Why did radio appeal to you? The immediacy of radio is really exciting. For example, if you have some breaking news it can take ages to get it into print in a newspaper and for TV – on radio you pull a fader up and it’s on, that’s what’s great. Also painting pictures with words, it’s a tough thing to do but worth it. What is your advice to budding broadcasters? It’s so hard give advice on this and it’s something I’m asked all the time. The industry has changed so much in the years since I started. In recent years it’s shrinking. Galaxy, for example, have become Capital with nearly all of their line up networked from London. This means instead of a presenter in every station the company owns, there is 1 sat in London going out across to all the stations they own, saving the company money and losing locality. There’s no hard or fast way to get ‘into radio.’ In this world of super injunctions, I don’t think it hurts to have a bit of legal training. Degrees provide this and they give you something to fall back on, an actual qualification, so I’m in support of them. However, I think it’s important to learn things from you won’t learn in a classroom or text book. Work experience will do this and you’ve got to do everything you can to get in there, learn skills and meet people who might be able to help you in the future. It’s half what you know and half who you know.

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How does it feel to be a part of Manchester's Number 1 Hit Music Station? It’s fantastic and we feel lucky every day. Key103 is a historic station with so much heritage in Manchester. It’s a privilege to follow in the footsteps of many famous names and to hopefully inspire up and coming young radio presenters to follow in ours.


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You work for Key 103 but what do you listen to on the wireless in your car? I do listen to Key103 even though I work for them. My husband is also a presenter on air so if I don’t listen to his show, he sulks!! I also listen to a bit of everyone, to see what songs they’re playing and also 5 Live, for the chat. Who is your inspiration/idol? Again another difficult one. I don’t really have anyone in particular. Just someone who is strong and reliable, very driven and successful, but knows how to balance work and personal happiness.

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Be part of an exciting project which will revolutionise the way the Rumworth community grows. Growing Together is a growing cooperative based in Ladybridge and we are offering YOU to come down and help us grow, sow and take home vegetables! To register your interest please contact Mr Gallie at Ladybridge High School on 01204 33 33 55

Growing Together. A Bolton Interfaith Council project led by Mithun Kerai and Saeed Atcha


Q: Why was the race walker disqualified? A: Because her nose was running.

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Q: Why is the track team so talkative? A: Because they're always discus-ing. Q: Why isn't sun tanning an Olympic sport? A: Because the best you can ever get is bronze.

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Xplode Magazine | Issue 1 | Spring 2012  

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