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Funny story: Big Pharma Announces Antidote For Acetaminophen

Big Pharma Announces Antidote For Acetaminophen

Jersey City, NJ -- Ever ready to take advantage of a competitor's woes, Big Pharma has announced a "new" Aspirin tablet that will be loaded up with micro-magnets.

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Funny story: Burger King Seeks to Add Pot Burgers to Menu

Burger King Seeks to Add Pot Burgers to Menu

Due to the increased business of the Burger King location that served marijuana laced whoppers to two policemen, Burger King Corporation has announced plans to make this a regular menu item.

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Funny story: Ken's crackpot Caracas crack caper comes a cropper

Ken's crackpot Caracas crack caper comes a cropper

Havana, Cuba - (Associated Mess): It's official. The Mayor of London's cheap Xmas crack deal with President Chavez of Venezuela has fallen at the first hurdle after a 100+ tonne consignment of Santa's little helper powders had to be abort...

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Funny story: Skid-row Hwang's Xmas smack boat docks

Skid-row Hwang's Xmas smack boat docks

London - (Associated Mess): Groaning with more smack than ever seized by HM Customs & Excise on the open seas, the world's largest container ship docked at the Suffolk port of Felixstowe yesterday laden with over 50,000 tonnes of Chinese heroin b...

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Funny story: Cheap Xmas crack deal: Fidel summons Provos' roving ambassador Livingstone

Cheap Xmas crack deal: Fidel summons Provos' roving ambassador Livingstone

Havana, Cuba - (Associated Mess): Ailing Cuban leader Fidel Castro has summoned London Mayor Ken Livingstone to his bedside amid fresh concerns that a major London-bound cheap Xmas cocaine deal brokered last month by the Non-Aligned Crack Barons'...

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Funny story: Cyclist Tests Positive For LSD

Cyclist Tests Positive For LSD

Tour de France Cyclist Zed Grooverson has given a positive drugs test, his Diamonds In The Sky team has revealed.

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Funny story: Psychiatric Drug Cartel Reveals Marketing Plan

Psychiatric Drug Cartel Reveals Marketing Plan

In a surprising move, the Society of Mind-Altering Drugs Marketing Alliance National (MADMAN) publicly announced their past, present, and future marketing campaigns, which had remained a closely guarded industry secret for decades. The psychiatric dr...

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Funny story: Pfizer Sues Rush Limbaugh Over Viagra Use

Pfizer Sues Rush Limbaugh Over Viagra Use

As if his constant battle with drugs weren't enough to irritate the bellicose radio host, Rush Limbaugh must now deal with a lawsuit from the Pfizer marketing department.

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Funny story: Doping to be allowed at Olympic Games

Doping to be allowed at Olympic Games

In response to sagging television ratings and decreased interest, the International Olympic Committee has decided to allow athletes the use of performance-enhancing drugs and has abandoned all urine and blood analysis.

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Funny story: Drugs in Denver

Drugs in Denver

Today denver decided to legalize carriing one ounce of marijuana with you for personal use. this however was by a slim margin and federal laws still apply. As the second major city to do this in the past year the message to our government sh...

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Funny story: Stronger Warnings on Impotence Drugs

Stronger Warnings on Impotence Drugs

Washington (Spoof) - Advocates from a U.S. consumer protection group called Public Citizen filed a petition with the Food and Drug Administration calling for a black box warning to appear prominently on all labels of Viagra, Cialis and Levitra warni...

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Funny story: Thatcher "David Cameron and Drugs? What's all the Fuss About?"

Thatcher "David Cameron and Drugs? What's all the Fuss About?"

Baroness Thatcher who was speaking at the Annual General Meeting of the Let's go Back to the Middle Ages and Put the Peasants Back in Their Place Society, has dramatically entered the David Cameron drugs debate. "Is anyone really bothered about th...

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Funny story: Jim Morrison alive and well and living in Woking

Jim Morrison alive and well and living in Woking

Jim Morrison, lead singer with cult 60s band ‘The Doors' has been found alive, well and living in the English town of Woking. The American singer was believed to have died on 3 July 1971 of a drugs overdose whilst in the bath of his Paris apartme...

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Funny story: Lance Armstrong: "Zee French are a spineless bunch of snail-eating sore losers!"

Lance Armstrong: "Zee French are a spineless bunch of snail-eating sore losers!"

Taunted by French press claims that he took performance enhancing drugs to peddle his way to victory in the Tour de France, Lance Armstrong has begun to fight back.

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Funny story: Oregon Legalizes Meth, Puts Sudafed behind the Counter

Oregon Legalizes Meth, Puts Sudafed behind the Counter

Portland - Oregon today passed legislation which outlaws the possession or sale of pseudoephedrin based cold medicines while legalizing crystal meth. Said Governor Kulongoski, "It's not the drugs themselves that are the problem, it's t...

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Funny story: US Soldiers Freak Out in Iraq, Turn to Drugs, Grand Theft Auto

US Soldiers Freak Out in Iraq, Turn to Drugs, Grand Theft Auto

WASHINGTON (AP)--A US Army report says that the majority of the American soldiers in Iraq have turned to drugs after developing extreme morale and psychological problems, with mental stress, psychosis and paranoia most severely affecting National Gua...

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Funny story: No drugs thanks - we're cyclists

No drugs thanks - we're cyclists

The French Professional Cyclists' Association is in turmoil this week over a series of allegations that some cyclists are not taking drugs.

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