It's the device the whole world has been waiting for - a mobile phone made by The Spoof website - and it will be in shops as soon as next year.
The phone will look like any other modern phone-like device, but will be marked prominently with The Spoof's logo on it's front, back and sides.
It will contain all the usual applications that phones have, including a web browser that will redirect the user to articles on The Spoof that are similar or vaguely related to what the user is attempting to look for.
The phone will be able to make calls, of course, and before each phone call the user will have the option of listening to a random article from The Spoof narrated by its writer.
The Spoof site owner Edward Nerdward explained how he came up with the idea. "The Spoof website has a tremendous synergy with the mobile space. It's really what users have been trending towards, and we feel there is an opportunity to present ourselves mobilistically in that direction."
He added that other websites were doing the same thing. AuctionMyJunk.com is introducing a phone with a built-in auctioning app. HumungousBazongas.com is releasing a tablet in the shape of a mammary gland. Even Books.com are releasing a bookphone-book, made up of printed-out internet webpages of pages from books.
The The Spoof phone will be sold for free and will make money from voluntary donations from users. Nerdward said that users will be so delighted at the high quality of the spoof articles that they will need no encouragement to throw their money at it.