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Funny story: Adjectival Usage On The Increase

Adjectival Usage On The Increase

A study has shown that adjectival usage - the use of adjectives - is on the increase, and is likely to continue increasing until people stop using them quite so much. Results show that for the month of January, the use of adjectives on satirical n...

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Funny story: Satire Writer Stays True to His Art and Blows Opportunity for Financial Success

Satire Writer Stays True to His Art and Blows Opportunity for Financial Success

Peter May, long-time writer of clever, witty, hard-hitting, little-read satire, was recently offered a chance at great financial success, but opted instead to stay true to his art - and broke. May’s fabulous professional opportunity came in the fo...

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Funny story: Prolific Use of Quotation Marks Lends Nashville Professor Additional Academic Panache

Prolific Use of Quotation Marks Lends Nashville Professor Additional Academic Panache

Following what had until then been a rather lackluster and even “dry” academic career, Jake Hanson, Professor of Urban Studies at Nashville's Tennessee State University, discovered that the prolific use of quotation marks in his published works subst...

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Funny story: Woman Who Is Always Right, Proved Wrong, Kind Of...

Woman Who Is Always Right, Proved Wrong, Kind Of...

A woman who insists that she is right all the time has been proved wrong. Kind of. The woman, Lesley Jhonson, was once told that she should spell her name 'Johnson', but wouldn't budge, even though her family, as far back as the Domesday Book, ha...

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Funny story: Man Confused By Spellings

Man Confused By Spellings

A man in the Cambodian second-city of Battambang has reported that he became confused over the weekend , when he started thinking about the word 'millennium'. Moys Kenwood, 54, claims he has always had trouble with this word and other words which...

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Funny story: Fans Can't Wait for Next Month's Hyper Bowl

Fans Can't Wait for Next Month's Hyper Bowl

Trillions of people -- and other sentient beings all across the universe -- are positively catatonic in anticipation of the 2015 Hyper Bowl, scheduled to take place on March 1. In a press conference held this past Sunday, event promoter Max Blowha...

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Funny story: Radical Extremist Grammarians Riot at Library of Congress

Radical Extremist Grammarians Riot at Library of Congress

Members of the Red Pencil Faction of the P.L.O. (Pedants for Literacy Organization) clashed with riot police on the steps of the Library of Congress yesterday morning. Carrying signs that read "'Irregardless' is Not a Word!" and "'General Consensus'...

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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: Punctuated Equilibrium Comes to a Full Stop

Punctuated Equilibrium Comes to a Full Stop

A scientific interdisciplinary body is berating evolutionists for not establishing the Theory of Evolution as a fact. U.S.E. (Useful Science Electorate) says "Not only has nothing of practical use come from this theory, but they also have not even pr...

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Funny story: Grammar dogs for the uneducated

Grammar dogs for the uneducated

The blind receive help from Seeing Eye dogs, the deaf get help from hearing ear dogs and the tastebudless get help from tasting tongue dogs. Now a new initiative is helping one of the forgotten disabilities: an inability to punctuate and general bad...

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Funny story: Dear Fantasie's, Keyport, NJ:

Dear Fantasie's, Keyport, NJ:

Dear Fantasie's, Keyport, NJ: I write to you about the sign in front of your building. It is, in a word, disgusting. As the only strip club in the Borough of Keyport, I assume you have been cleared by the Borough's buildings department, so you must not be breaking any law, per-se, but that hideous, revolting sign, which looms high above your presence on Route 36, the busiest street in our B...

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