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The State Were In Tuesday, 8 April, 2003, 18:17 GMT 19:17 UK
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We're looking for all you creatives out there to send in your funniest topical designs and photos. Each week we will be setting a design challenge and the best entries will get featured on the site and might even get on the next show.

Last week

We asked you to send in your photos of you looking like Saddam Hussein.

We thought we'd had no response but then this appeared...
Mr Sussein

It's from a Mr H Sussein in Tikrit. He claims to look just like Saddam and, apparently, often gets mistaken for him. He says he has made a good living with his harmless look-alike appearances.

He is now looking for work in this country opening supermarkets, jumble sales and appearing unexpectedly at bar mitzvahs and weddings.

He even ends his email with a jokey 'Death to the western infidels!'.

This week

We'd like you all to have a rest. Pour yourself a well-deserved Pimms and catch up with EastEnders. Thanks for all your submissions and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

Unless you're Mr Sussein.

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