Google Acquires New Colour

Search giant Google announced yesterday that it is to acquire the colour blue. Google, which already owns yellow and has a sixty percent stake in light green, purchased the colour following a series of protracted negotiations with its current owners, Lego. Details of the company's plans are sketchy at the moment, but it is believed that over the next few years they intend to develop several exciting new shades and a phone app.

In separate news, it was revealed that last Friday the smell of bacon was sold to an anonymous telephone bidder at an auction in Liverpool.

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