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Funny story: Fast Food Industry Rampant With Falsified Resumes Says Doctoral Student

Fast Food Industry Rampant With Falsified Resumes Says Doctoral Student

Iowa City - A doctoral student at The University of Iowa has uncovered a startling number of falsified resumes within the fast food industry. Ichabod Alchemy was working on his thesis which is a study of underlying economic trends that affect the...
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Funny story: George Osborne begs for a mini-skirt

George Osborne begs for a mini-skirt

Chancellor of the Exchequer, George 'No Clue' Osborne has begged the fashion industry to bring back the mini-skirt. "When I was studying economics," said Osborne, "on a night course in Northwich three weeks ago, I discovered this theory that the l...
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Funny story: Self Employed at Record High Levels

Self Employed at Record High Levels

Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that self-employment is at a record high of 4 ½ million, helping push the overall jobless rate down to 6.8% While the numbers look good on the surface, however, a poll reveals some disturbin...
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Funny story: "An end to poverty!" Ed Balls

"An end to poverty!" Ed Balls

Ed Balls announced an end to poverty in the UK if Labour win the next election. "The Tories are always droning on and on about Labour mismanaging the economy and being responsible for the recession; O.K. it's true but it's boring. They may have b...
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Funny story: Britain not in recession, and never has been

Britain not in recession, and never has been

George Osborne, the Human Resources manager put in charge of the economy of the UK, has admitted that due to a slight technical error (Osborne: "In the previous administration, mention that!") made by the previous administration, austerity measures w...
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Funny story: Hospitals to Use Belly Dancers Instead of Anesthesia to Hold Down Costs

Hospitals to Use Belly Dancers Instead of Anesthesia to Hold Down Costs

A hospital in Minnesota is considering bringing in belly dancers and Chippendales to use instead of knocking medicine and Anesthesia Technician to hold down the costs of many operations. "We can offer this to the person but if he's married we may...
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Funny story: Rand Paul: No Global Warming

Rand Paul: No Global Warming

The White House is feeding a bunch of lies to the public, according to possible Presidential Candidate Rand Paul. For ever top scientist that has been taking your tax money for their projects, there are just as many honest scientists that say it's...
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Funny story: Editors' Guide to American Economics

Editors' Guide to American Economics

To help the American citizen understand what has happened in these difficult economic times, we have assembled some useful definitions: Paper money: so utterly worthless we should be using shells and beads. U.S. Debt: the trillions of paper dollars already printed would be like the stars in the Andromeda Galaxy to the order of 10. Economist: person tasked with making up theories that...
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Funny story: Credit Company Training SWAT Teams to Collect Bills

Credit Company Training SWAT Teams to Collect Bills

TYSONS CORNER, VIRGINIA-The collection department at CapitalCard is in the process of training SWAT teams to collect delinquent payments from customers' accounts using methods perfected by the Los Angeles Police Department under the regime of Police...
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Funny story: Working at Home Saves Firms Money

Working at Home Saves Firms Money

More companies are encouraging employees to work at home because of the incredible cost savings. Even Yahoo is rethinking their 2013 demand for employees to work in the offices. This change has come about after companies began reviewing the costs...
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Funny story: US Inflation Rate Hits All-Time Low But Prices Continue to Rise

US Inflation Rate Hits All-Time Low But Prices Continue to Rise

WASHINGTON, DC - US Bureau of Labor Statistics spokesman, Ben Dover, today announced that the US inflation rate has hit an all time low of .000137 percent. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) uses the Consumer Price Index (CPI) to determine the P...
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Funny story: Bernanke's farewell: 'switch Capitalism with Carnivalism'

Bernanke's farewell: 'switch Capitalism with Carnivalism'

Washington, DC - Americans won't have Capitalism to kick around anymore. The economic system that built the nation is calling it quits, scheduled to retire next month, when Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke steps down. In an impromptu news conference, sta...
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Funny story: US Postal Service Lays Off 200 As Tyler Perry Moves To Online Women's Clothing Catalogs

US Postal Service Lays Off 200 As Tyler Perry Moves To Online Women's Clothing Catalogs

WASHINGTON- The US Postal Service announced today that it has apparently lost one of its largest, most dear customers and will layoff 200 employees in the next few weeks. Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe released a statement indicating that famo...
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Funny story: Economists: Video Games, Superhero Movies To Be 50% Of GDP By 2025

Economists: Video Games, Superhero Movies To Be 50% Of GDP By 2025

This holiday season brings us another round of comic book-inspired movies and increasingly violent video games. While some parents are cringing, economists throughout the US are rejoicing. Their importance to our economic recovery and future stabili...
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Funny story: America, Love It or Leave It says Milton Freeman

America, Love It or Leave It says Milton Freeman

New York - The jobless rate in the U.S. has dipped to a five year low on steady gains. Employers hired at least 200,000 workers in the last four months. President Obama, upon hearing the news, said he was "ecstatic" and that the economy was "stup...
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Funny story: Taco Bell Teaming With "Hello Kitty" in 2014

Taco Bell Teaming With "Hello Kitty" in 2014

Taco Bell, anticipating a need to stay ahead of the game, has teamed up with "Hello Kitty" manufacturer to develop a HELLO KITTY HAPPY TIME PINK TACO/GRANDE MEAT BURRITO COMBO Taco Bell has been on a kick for awhile now adding new, unique taco fla...
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Funny story: New Theme Restaurant Trying New Spin on Old Themes in 2014

New Theme Restaurant Trying New Spin on Old Themes in 2014

A new restaurant is trying out a cutting edge theme. The restaurant will be called "Leftover Bliss Diner". "We are a restaurant attempting to capture 2014 nostalgia, for a restaurant in the late 80's that captured the nostalgia of a 1950's restau...
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Funny story: China To Overtake U.S. Economy By 2016?

China To Overtake U.S. Economy By 2016?

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris stated in a revised report published this week that China was on course to surpass the U.S. economy in only three more years. "China hasn't improved on their products but since jun...
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