05/06/2015 12:32 BST | Updated 05/06/2015 13:59 BST

The Week In Funny Tweets: 1 - 5 June

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The Duke of York launches the new Royal News Review, the Royal Family's monthly on-line News Magazine, at the Cafe Internet, in London. The new site, managed and designed by PA New Media, will offer the public a new look into the Royal Family. *includes interactive mailbox to put questions on the Royal Family as well as providing picture-led information on Royal engagements and an in-depth section on activities of members of the Royal Household.

It's been a bumper week for those of us who like to take the mickey out of the news.

Kim Kardashian announced her second pregnancy:

An unfortunate Enrique Iglesias concert gave rise to the beginning of the Terminator series:

Everyone at FIFA was arrested except Sepp Blatter:

The weather was awful:

This happened in Nottingham:

Nestlé unveiled some controversial new packaging for KitKats:

David Cameron was seen walking about a bit:

Two rollercoasters crashed at Alton Towers:

Sepp Blatter finally resigned as FIFA President:

And a former FIFA boss vowed to released an "avalanche of secrets" if anyone snitched on him:

We got the first PMQs of the new parliament:

The Queen was wrongly pronounced dead, and a German tabloid used the opportunity to Photoshop her for some reason:

A lot of fashion students graduated, giving way to stuff like this:

Greece couldn't make their loan repayments:

We were granted the greatest Daily Mail headline ever:

Americans went crazy trying to figure out what a "Cheeky Nando's" is:

Tony Blair got a new job after quitting as Middle East peace envoy:

And we all got another week older:

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