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Funny story: Act 666, Scene 9/11: FBI cryptonyms reveal hidden agenda

Act 666, Scene 9/11: FBI cryptonyms reveal hidden agenda

QM-NewsCorpse stringers have hacked into the Feds' data base and decoded anagram files of leading White House names. The following is a selection of latest codes which the Bureau uses in secret communications. If your name isn't on the list it's because probably you aren't important enough - or have already slipped the Director a fat wedge of greenbacks: Lynch** harlot in mid-oral = Hil...
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Funny story: Election Thoughts with Reverend W A Spooner

Election Thoughts with Reverend W A Spooner

Mood Gorning, I tant to walk today about the forthcoming General Election, which is only wee threeks away and is constantly deing biscussed in all the marious vedia. Some of you might fe beeling a fittle led up of all the telection alk and may creel like frying out: "I stan't cand many ore of this! I wish I fas war away hom frere." To all of you I say: "I hear you and I understand". It al...
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Funny story: Online commenter floors all, wins debate with definition of they're, there, and their

Online commenter floors all, wins debate with definition of they're, there, and their

In what could easily have descended into a free for all, name calling, I'm right, you're wrong thread in the comment section of a Fox News story about evolution, user dEEzNutZ1979 stopped everyone dead in their tracks by responding to user GodGunzAnd...
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Funny story: You Alright? : Illegal To Repeat

You Alright? : Illegal To Repeat

The greeting "you alright?" has officially been made an illegal response to "you alright?" The response, which has been widely accepted by morons across the country for decades, has now been made an illegal response because it makes no sense due...
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Funny story: "Sorry" Removed From The Dictionary

"Sorry" Removed From The Dictionary

The word sorry has become the first word to be removed from the English Oxford Dictionary because it has lost all of its meaning. With politicians, pupils, and perverted next-door neighbours using that word all too often, that word has now been t...
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Funny story: ABC: What If We'd Used A Different Song?

ABC: What If We'd Used A Different Song?

It is usually the first thing we learn as infants about written communications: the letters A, B and C. In fact we refer to the entire alphabet as "the ABCs." And all because of that song. A must-learn for every toddler. I of course can't write the melody here, but we all know how it goes: "A B C D E F G.... H I J K LMNOP... Q R S... T U V... W.. X... Y and Z. Now I know my ABCs, next time won't...
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Funny story: A 3-Year-Old Portuguese Toddler Can Speak 29 Different Languages Fluently

A 3-Year-Old Portuguese Toddler Can Speak 29 Different Languages Fluently

MIRANDELA, Portugal - The Portuguese Children's Agency of Mirandela has just discovered what it is calling the most amazing 3-year-old in the world. Enrique Portello with the PCA stated that the young boy is named Alfredo Bernardo Zeferino and he...
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Funny story: There's more than one way to skin a cat: The Spoof tests some English proverbs and sayings

There's more than one way to skin a cat: The Spoof tests some English proverbs and sayings

Tiddles lies shivering in front of the fire, swathed in bandages and looking at me accusingly while I await the knock on the door. The vet said he was calling the RSPCA after what I had done and those interfering busybodies will be here soon. It was all in the name of a good cause, I tell Tiddles, but he still looks at me in that way and refuses to purr. What is his problem? Our verdict: I...
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Funny story: Russia To Rename Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport The Comrade Edward Snowden Commemorative Airport

Russia To Rename Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport The Comrade Edward Snowden Commemorative Airport

NEW YORK CITY - National Focus Magazine is reporting that Edward Snowden has suddenly become one of the most popular non-Russian individuals in the entire country of Russia. Snowden, who is the star of the notorious NSA Scandal, spoke with a repor...
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Funny story: The Chicago White Sox Are Being Pressured To Change Their Name

The Chicago White Sox Are Being Pressured To Change Their Name

CHICAGO - There is some ill-winds blowing in the Windy City and a lot of it is swirling around baseball's U.S. Cellular Field, home of the south side boys, The Chicago White Sox. According to a story which appeared in The Turnstile Review written...
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Funny story: Linguistic Balkanization of Congress Studied

Linguistic Balkanization of Congress Studied

Luci Tung, Phd. in Linguistic Research at Babel University, has recently released her groundbreaking study of the increase in disparity of the meaning of common English words as used by members of the U.S. Congress. She begins by showing how cultu...
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Funny story: Obama revising dictionary

Obama revising dictionary

President Obama, today, during an unscheduled press conference he called, pre-empting the Drew Carey show, The Price is Right, indicated that he is presenting to Congress, a list of words which he wants stricken from the English language. the first o...
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Funny story: South Carolina Votes To Prohibit The Use of The North Korean Language

South Carolina Votes To Prohibit The Use of The North Korean Language

COLUMBIA, South Carolina - American Spotlight Magazine has just learned that the state of South Carolina has just passed an amendment regarding the North Korean language. Cutter Shiloh with ASM stated that he was informed about the change by an ex...
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Funny story: Literary World Stunned By Claims That Thousands Of English Words Have Gone Missing

Literary World Stunned By Claims That Thousands Of English Words Have Gone Missing

The world of literature has been stunned by allegations that massive numbers of words have simply gone missing from the English language. 'In the 1960s we believe there to have been at least one million English words,' said a spokesman for the Queen's English Society. 'Dictionaries that are currently available, however, list just a few hundred. It would appear that words may have been systemati...
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Funny story: The Word "Fart" to be Replaced by "Brraaaap"

The Word "Fart" to be Replaced by "Brraaaap"

After having been in popular use for more than 250 years, the word fart will soon be replaced by brraaaap. Dr. Bunny Glaze, speaking from the annual convention of the World Gastroenterologists' Union, said support for brraaaap by the doctors' group...
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Funny story: #@%&#! Will No Longer Be Used To Represent Swear Words

#@%&#! Will No Longer Be Used To Represent Swear Words

Cartoonists and others who for decades have used "#@%&#!" to represent curse words are outraged by a plan to cease using the symbols. Beginning July 1st, #@%&#! will be replaced by "<>?{}!," said Lunabird Fistermacher of the US Departm...
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Funny story: Study Reveals "Conversate" Is Not A Word

Study Reveals "Conversate" Is Not A Word

ATLANTA, GA- After a long, six month research period it was discovered that conversate is not a word. This study comes from 40 year old, Geoffrey Bentine, who while in a conversation with a friend said, "Can we conversate later?" In turn his frie...
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Funny story: Steve McClaren Sacked Over Language Barrier

Steve McClaren Sacked Over Language Barrier

Former England manager Steve McClaren has left his role as coach of the Dutch club FC Twente the day after holding talks with chairman Joop Munsterman over what the latter called 'language difficulties'. Munsterman said: "We can't understand hi...
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Kerry Deals With Hostage Crisis

A spokesman for the U.S. State Department announced that Secretary of State John Kerry has been taken hostage by Iranian terrorists and is involved in negotiations demanding his immediate release.
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