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Funny story: Toy Mandibles Empower Weak-Jawed Masses

Toy Mandibles Empower Weak-Jawed Masses

Dateline: LOS ANGELES-There's a hot new product that's flying off the shelves. It's called Gravitas Jaws and it consists of a crude plastic mandible bone that's worn over your lower jaw like a beard, except that this piece of plastic has the power to...
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Funny story: Talking Points should be delivered to Empty Rooms, Politicians and Journalists Agree

Talking Points should be delivered to Empty Rooms, Politicians and Journalists Agree

Dateline: WASHINGTON-At an unprecedented conference yesterday on relations between journalism and democratic government, Washington correspondents together with congressional leaders and the President reached an understanding about their public c...
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Funny story: Monster Trucks, are 'not gay.'

Monster Trucks, are 'not gay.'

LGBT officials interrupted during speech by, 'Monster trucks, are not gay.' "Apparently his name is Timmy Tucker. He's a Monster Truck driver. We weren't even on the subject of Monster Trucks!? We never even mention them..." 'We're not on the s...
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Funny story: White House Admits Employing the Carney Automaton

White House Admits Employing the Carney Automaton

Following weeks of heated rumors and speculation the White House issued a press release admitting that Presidential Apologist Jay Carney is not actually human, but is an early prototype of a new line of talking-points press robots. The discovery foll...
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Funny story: We like Fracking and We like to Frack

We like Fracking and We like to Frack

Another day another punning newspaper headline about shale gas extraction. The industry has been a godsend for copywriters everywhere. Said one fleet street hack, "the great thing about Fracking is that it's possible to replace the word 'fuck', with...
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Funny story: Person who died yesterday still dead today

Person who died yesterday still dead today

Obituary writers across the globe last night pushed hard at the boundaries of factual news reporting to write more stuff about the famous guy who yesterday died peacefully in his food blender, aged 82 (or 83, depending on whether you believe Wikipedi...
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Funny story: Chris Matthews: The Unauthorized Biography

Chris Matthews: The Unauthorized Biography

To show that he believed in "giving back" even before he had anything to give back, MSNBC's Chris Matthews went to Africa as a recent college graduate to serve on the Peace Corps. Then, to avoid work, he got on the public dole immediately upon his return stateside, working as an aide in the U. S. Senate. Because he had a way with words, if not with women, Matthews became a speechwriter, scripting...
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Funny story: Amazon's WaPo to adopt News 'R Us approach

Amazon's WaPo to adopt News 'R Us approach

Insider to Amazon's recent purchase of The Washington Post, Roger E. Quietus indicates a major task for the newspaper upcoming will be brokering and promoting political agreements favoring Amazon business. Mr. Quietus (who prefers to remain quie...
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Funny story: Helen Thomas: another hater bites the dust

Helen Thomas: another hater bites the dust

WASHINGTON, DC --- Aspiring centenarian and anti-Semite, Helen Thomas, 92, died at home following a long mental illness. As he prepared his eulogy concerning the contrarian White House press corpsman, speechwriters reminded President Obama that "corp...
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Funny story: ESPN's Stephen A. Smith to debate all Twitter followers

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith to debate all Twitter followers

Citing his passion for debate, flare for commentary and overarching desire to make others feel mentally dominated, ESPN sports anchor Stephen A. Smith has announced plans to debate each of his followers on Twitter. The event, which Smith has dubbe...
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Funny story: One Journalist Descent into Atlantic City Hell Hole

One Journalist Descent into Atlantic City Hell Hole

ATLANTIC CITY NJ - Couldn't have been two hours into the trip and I had to puke. The smell on the bus was thick with diesel exhaust, medication, and a toilet in the back of the bus that was spewing forth its overflowing contents all over the rusted floor of the bus. The two bottles of Jack that I drank before getting on this chariot to hell was really starting to work on my gut and now I was looki...
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Funny story: English GCSE results: Does it effect peoples ability's in todays journalism?

English GCSE results: Does it effect peoples ability's in todays journalism?

With the legal challenge over this years English examinations expected to be pushed through with some urgance, many are asking if a GCSE in English truly has any affect on the quality of articles being written by currant journalists. If the English...
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Funny story: Puffington Host floats into the stratosphere: naked

Puffington Host floats into the stratosphere: naked

New York - The staid Puffington Host, purveyor of light gastronomic drivel, has finally floated up into the stratosphere following publication of its latest collection of puff pastry recipes in its Home and Garden section. The recipes called for...
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Funny story: Leveson Inquiry Focuses On The Real Cause Of Dishonest, Bullying and Unethical Tabloid Journalism

Leveson Inquiry Focuses On The Real Cause Of Dishonest, Bullying and Unethical Tabloid Journalism

The Leveson Inquiry has, thus far, clearly identified the underlying philosophy and ethos of British tabloid journalism. Central to this ethos has been found to be dishonesty, bullying, political manipulation and a complete disregard for what might be considered as civilised standards of behaviour. 'The Inquiry is now moving on,' confirmed Lord Justice Leveson, this week, 'to examine what h...
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Funny story: Laurie Penny: Still Standing up

Laurie Penny: Still Standing up

Some people fold under the weight of pressure; some give in at the slightest nudge or wink. Others run screaming in the direction of away when confronted with vile churlish inane insults. Not Laurie. She walks bare feet across a desert of broken g...
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Funny story: Johann Hari-kari: A Personal Aploogy

Johann Hari-kari: A Personal Aploogy

I've ritten so many articles over the years laying bare and polemicising against the errors and idiocies of other people. This time, I am writhing an article spreading myself bare [Eh? Ed.] and pomelicising against the errors and idiocies of myslef. If you give it, you have to take it. Like a man. Or not. If you demand high standards of others, you have to come down with a heavy hand, whip or pref...
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Funny story: Huff/Poo Stock Sinks another 4.5%, Trading Now Just Above Whale Pucky!

Huff/Poo Stock Sinks another 4.5%, Trading Now Just Above Whale Pucky!

The AOL/ HuffPoo hookup is beginning to look more and more like a wet dream than an ideal love story with a happy ending between two enhanced profiles who meet on the internet and then wind up screwing each other to death when they find out the tru...
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Funny story: The Tricks of Tabloid Journalism Revealed

The Tricks of Tabloid Journalism Revealed

Former News of the World journalist Baryl Scrape reveals the secrets of being a top tabloid news reporter. Until the paper was closed recently, I was a top journalist at the News of the World. To make it as a top news reporter you have to be able to break the stories that no-one else is even aware of, its all about being the first on the scene, otherwise you're just playing catch-up with yeste...
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Breaking News...

Barack I Now Wants to Be Addressed With a New Moniker

WashDC: Emperor Barack I has issued an imperial order that all courtiers and palace plebs shall now address him as: His Excellent Cubaness "Che-Fidelio". The Secret Service scrambled to update codes.
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