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"Bring your pretty friends", requests this ugly duckling of a Facebook post for Dubai sheesha joint Bosporus. So not the homely ones then? Only those deserving of the #models hashtag, it appears.

The Spin humbly suggests that even if Lovin'Dubai did manage to find a news report read by an artificial voice, perhaps fatal plane crashes aren't a subject for hilarity.

The Spin was delighted to get an email from pan-Arab online clothes retailer The Luxury Closet telling us it will be expanding its offering to include childrenswear. The release said: "The price of luxury clothing is often a barrier for parents looking to dress their kids in the latest trends, making it hard for parents to make the purchase decision as they are well aware of how quickly their toddlers can grow out of them." The Spin's twins Quentin and Quinoa will be so happy. They've been very self-conscious about their Armani onesies and Burberry bibs looking a bit last-season.

Perhaps the nice people at Uttar Pardesh's tourism board never heeded the advice to desist from verbosity and utilise diminutive alternatives to such garrulous loquaciousness. Or perhaps they chose to ignore it.

The Circuit Factory headed its latest marketing release "Borderline illegal body transformations". The Spin wonders if the UAE gym has been hiring those Russian sports scientists who didn't make it to Rio.

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