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Funny story: Man on the Street: "Britain Still Major World Player" says PM

Man on the Street: "Britain Still Major World Player" says PM

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron has inisisted that his nation will remain a major world player on the world economic stage and on a military level. What do you think? Elizabeth Rayner, 23, York (IT Consultant) - "I know Shakespeare said all the world's a stage, well then Cameron is an actor." Eloise Offen, 30, Wolverhampton (Urban muti-passanger transportational device...

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Funny story: Earth Pushed Slightly Out of Orbit to Gain 40 More Working Days

Earth Pushed Slightly Out of Orbit to Gain 40 More Working Days

WASHINGTON D.C., BRUSSELS - The European Space Agency (ESA) and the US NASA have decided that they will extent Earth's orbit by 20 million kilometres, killing several metaphorical birds with one hypothetical stone. A joint venture between the EU a...

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Funny story: No Luck for the Irish

No Luck for the Irish

Begorrah Bejabbers the Shamrock Isle is in trouble. Gerry Adams is going to stand for Election in the Republic! News of this disaster led to the exposure of the Irish economy to a downward spiral of confidence. 'Just the Luck of the Irish' moa...

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Funny story: Cash for Peace

Cash for Peace

Washington--Washington offered Israel $3 billion in military aid and will not support any United Nations resolution to recognize Palestine as a sovereign nation. "We decided that the best way to get peace in the Middle East is to offer Israel lo...

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Funny story: Boils for Banks to be Slashed

Boils for Banks to be Slashed

The City is facing unprecedented pressure to come to grips with the Boils culture whereby Bankers are provided with huge Boils that are frightening to their partners and send children screaming over cliffs. Nick Clegg, sporting his student scarf,...

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Funny story: Banks Want a Labour Government Back

Banks Want a Labour Government Back

Top Bankers meeting in the dungeons beneath the City have decided they must get a Labour Government back quickly. Rioting students have put the fear of God into them as they see only further trouble ahead. Sending students to prison as you try...

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Funny story: G20, China Tells U.S. to "Pound Sand"

G20, China Tells U.S. to "Pound Sand"

It is sort of interesting really, that in what has clearly become a world economy, where all now seem to thrive or die based on each other's economic health, that the major world players including China would tell the U.S. to go take an abrasive one in the arse. A bit of a shocking response given that the largest consumer market in the world, the economy that kick starts the world economy in ma...

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Funny story: G20 agree to three month 'best before date' on money

G20 agree to three month 'best before date' on money

Leaders of the G20 group of failing economies have agreed to avoid devaluation of currencies by applying 'best before dates' to money, during talks in the South Korean capital, Seoul. In a twist that would dizzy a corpse, leaders agreed the measur...

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Funny story: Fed. Decision to Create Jobs in Printing Industry Backfires, Anti-dumping Duty Likely

Fed. Decision to Create Jobs in Printing Industry Backfires, Anti-dumping Duty Likely

Since the speculation of Quantitative Easing (QE2) had begun back in August, many Chinese suppliers of printing presses started receiving a new flood of enquiries from the printers in China. And in November, when Bernanke approved QE2 with his sea...

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Funny story: Obama urges global 'chin-wag'

Obama urges global 'chin-wag'

President Barack Obama has encouraged world leaders to put aside their differences and join him for an idle 'chin-wag' sometime at the G20 summit to talk about things that may or may not be relevant to the global economic recovery. On the eve of t...

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Funny story: Bernanke Officially Makes Monopoly Money Legal Tender

Bernanke Officially Makes Monopoly Money Legal Tender

In a press conference at the steps of the Federal Reserve Bank, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke announced today that as of November 15th 2010 Monopoly Money will be accepted at par value with the US Dollar. Shortly after his announcement Monopoly Games...

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Funny story: Chancellor to abolish decimal currency

Chancellor to abolish decimal currency

Rumours are circulating the City that the Chancellor George Osbourne is about to announce the abolition of decimal currency and introduce a return to imperial coinage. Insiders at the Treasury have been hearing whispers of a 'Plan d' emanating fro...

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Funny story: Coalition abandons cuts, says 'what were we thinking?'

Coalition abandons cuts, says 'what were we thinking?'

Chancellor George Osborne admitted defeat last night in his bid to impose a series of debilitating public sector cuts. A government spokesman announced to a hastily assembled crowd of journalists and fishwives that the proposed budget cuts were to...

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Funny story: Obama to sign Crap-and-Save Bill

Obama to sign Crap-and-Save Bill

Washington, DC -- In a display of bipartisanship, Democrats and Republicans hammered out a compromise of the Crap-and-Save Bill, part of the Troubling Asses Relief Program (TARP). "This would have been impossible prior to the mid-term elections," sai...

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Funny story: Oil Companies Thank Americans for Voting Republican by Raising Gas Prices

Oil Companies Thank Americans for Voting Republican by Raising Gas Prices

New York--Oil Companies wanted to thank Americans for helping elect Republicans by raising gas prices. The higher gas prices are due to the fact that oil companies don't have to worry about any regulations or new environmental tax increases. "I w...

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Funny story: A Masterchev Guide to: Budget Cuts

A Masterchev Guide to: Budget Cuts

George Osbourne's released his areas where he's going to be saving the pennies. Here's our guide of where he SHOULD have taxed and why. * The Pork Pie industry has been supplying John Prescott and co with comfort for many years. With Johnny P. out of office, he can buy them like the rest of us from Morrisons for a fiver. * Big City Bankers should face a huuuuuge tax on their expensive cars a...

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Funny story: GM IPO Just Another Obama Shell Game to Cost Taxpayers!

GM IPO Just Another Obama Shell Game to Cost Taxpayers!

United Auto Union Workers celebrating the latest Ponzi scheme from deep in Michigan at their Black Lake Golf Course and Planning Center, announced that the upcoming GM IPO would help fund their Pensions for at least 6 more months! With Obama owni...

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