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From General Discussion / Hurricanes and Typhoons
Posted 16 Sep 18 23:38
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A lot of hot air blowing hard is keepIng Trump out of the news.

 
From General Discussion / Make Rome Great Again
Posted 15 Sep 18 20:39
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What the barbarians said once they were in the walls.

 
From News Discussion / Trump Introduces New 'Fart Code'
Posted 15 Sep 18 19:29
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You may have found something he is good at

 
From General Discussion / The Barnacle
Posted 6 Sep 18 00:58
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If I had a dinghy I would name it Barnacle.

If I had a barnacle I would name it Dinghy.

 
From General Discussion / The Barnacle
Posted 5 Sep 18 02:27
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Silent sentinels of salty seas publishing calcium pages
of men and foam rushing to and fro.

 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 3 Sep 18 00:44
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Dear Jino

Of course a story can be published and not read.

Conversely a barn can be red and not published.


Quote: JinoLeFeeto

Dear Spoof,

If a story gets published and it gets 0, I mean nobody reads it at all, outside of the poor sods who got it published....and it is clearly visible on the Spoof site, nobody can say it isn't there because it is, the links function, etc...is it really published?


 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 1 Sep 18 22:25
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Dear Spoof

Is it true that one's ears get larger with age or do they simply appear larger
as the rest of one's body shrinks?

 
From General Discussion / Irish don't trust the clergy
Posted 31 Aug 18 02:39
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Twenty minute full immersion baptisms?

 
From General Discussion / Irish don't trust the clergy
Posted 29 Aug 18 23:18
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Bishops would look more like a shark in the water wearing their mitre, a two finned shark.

 
From General Discussion / Irish don't trust the clergy
Posted 29 Aug 18 01:54
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Yes, go forth and multiply.

 
From General Discussion / Irish don't trust the clergy
Posted 29 Aug 18 00:38
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I think short lengths of rope tied to his ankles would allow some lifelike motion at bumps in the road while safely preventing him from unrestrained action

Quote: carina-eta

The logistics would be difficult. You’d have to tie his feet to the base or he’d float around in his white dress like a ghost. If Mr Hurst cut him in half inside his snow globe would we see his soul shining in the middle...or not?


 
From General Discussion / Irish don't trust the clergy
Posted 28 Aug 18 02:35
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You could fill his pope mobile plexi-case with him in it.

It would be like a giant snow globe.


Quote: Erskin Quint

I think he would look good in formaldehyde.


 
From General Discussion / Irish don't trust the clergy
Posted 26 Aug 18 14:13
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They even put the pope in a glass cage on a truck when he visited.

 
From General Discussion / Pyramids
Posted 26 Aug 18 14:08
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It's the simplicity!

 
From General Discussion / Avacado Theft Crime-wave Strikes New Zealand
Posted 25 Aug 18 21:45
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Gendarmes giving chase caused criminals on scooters to crash into a fruit stand of limes creating guacamole destroying the evidence.


Quote: victor nicholas

it's not safe to walk the streets in Christchurch.

Thieves are reported racing from orchards on scooters with duvet covers full of avocados.


 
From General Discussion / Avacado Theft Crime-wave Strikes New Zealand
Posted 24 Aug 18 02:52
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it's not safe to walk the streets in Christchurch.

Thieves are reported racing from orchards on scooters with duvet covers full of avocados.

 
From News Discussion / Comey diagnosed with NDCR syndrome as doctors warn of new virus and spreading epidemic
Posted 21 Aug 18 23:18
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A provocative visage.

 
From News Discussion / Trump Successfully Debriefed by KGB
Posted 19 Aug 18 14:42
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The photo is great, good thing the sheets were on.

 
From News Discussion / Elderly Spoof writer seeks new career as: Poop Consultant!
Posted 18 Aug 18 01:20
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When constipation develops into writers block stories are infrequent and come with great effort.

 
From General Discussion / Breakfast with a Scott
Posted 11 Aug 18 03:55
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If the mutton was dressed in a waistcoat and a top hat it might make for a fine dinner companion.


Quote: carina-eta

I had mutton dressed as lamb. Not for breakfast though. It won’t fit under the lidded silver serving platter with the coddled eggs and kedgeree.


 
From General Discussion / Breakfast with a Scott
Posted 7 Aug 18 22:11
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Is there a Scottish theme of sorts?

 
From General Discussion / Breakfast with a Scott
Posted 7 Aug 18 01:28
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This really is a matter of choice and possibilities

1. A Scot
2. A person named Scott
3. A Scot named Scott
4. Gil Scott-Heron, speaking of herons

There could be more as well and I could be totally wrong also.

 
From General Discussion / Breakfast with a Scott
Posted 6 Aug 18 17:45
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Are you in favour?

 
From News Discussion / Stressed Out Local Resident Falls Apart Completely and Gets Drunk on a Tuesday
Posted 2 Aug 18 23:19
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Ha, more than one good laugh in this one!

 
From News Discussion / Bees are Dying Out Because They are Stupid
Posted 1 Aug 18 00:51
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I have never seen you so angry Monkey.

You are as incensed as a priest at midnight mass.


Quote: Monkey Woods

The grass was the wrong height?

I'm so incensed about this, that I'm going to write a story about it.


 
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