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Funny story: German female hoarder keeps shoes in fruit bowl!

German female hoarder keeps shoes in fruit bowl!

(UNEDITED) Hoarding is a psychological sickness; cluttering one's house up with light bulbs, newspapers, tinned dog and cat food, clothes, plus other mindless amounts of things, is basically incurable. However, a house in a tiny hamlet in Germany,…

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Funny story: Man's grudges only growing more and more dangerous

Man's grudges only growing more and more dangerous

Having recently escaped from Ikea, ladies man, Brian Asshat, has revealed that the many grudges he already has have been growing during the lockdown. 'Let's look at the people I dislike. Hilary from the library, Tom Johnson from down the street, B…

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Funny story: Multiple Personality Patients Not Coping Well With Social Distancing

Multiple Personality Patients Not Coping Well With Social Distancing

The government's social-distancing advice, given to try to limit the spread of any viruses that might be about, are, on the whole, having a positive effect, but there is one section of the population that is finding it nigh-on impossible to keep away...

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Funny story: Trump Dismisses Depression Epidemic as "Fake Blues"

Trump Dismisses Depression Epidemic as "Fake Blues"

A proponent of positive thinking, United States President Donald Trump dismissed the wave of depression, anxiety, and other mental illness reportedly sweeping the nation as “fake blues.” “As Abraham Lincoln said, most folks are about as happy as t...

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Funny story: Nashville Man Lets Depression Have Its Way with Him

Nashville Man Lets Depression Have Its Way with Him

After fending off its advances for years, Wayne Mason of Nashville, Tennessee, finally allowed depression to have its way with him. “Very seductive,” said Mason of the existential, twisted thoughts with which depression ultimately lured him in. “U...

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Funny story: Nashville Neurotic First to Achieve Tripolar Status

Nashville Neurotic First to Achieve Tripolar Status

Surpassing all mental health expectations, Cameron Foster of Nashville, Tennessee, became the first patient on record to be diagnosed as not merely bipolar, but tripolar. "It’s an honor," said 42-year-old Foster of his newfound claim to psychiatri...

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Funny story: Desperate FDA Classifies Anxiety as Exercise

Desperate FDA Classifies Anxiety as Exercise

Desperate to counter skyrocketing rates of mental illness and plummeting rates of physical activity, the Food and Drug Association has officially classified anxiety as exercise. "It really does get the heart rate up at times," said FDA Commissione...

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Funny story: One in Four Americans Affected by Mental Health

One in Four Americans Affected by Mental Health

A recent report from the National Institute of Health revealed that one in four Americans is affected by mental health, but, fortunately, rates of mental health are on the rapid decline. "We're making progress," said NIH Director Francis Collins.

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Funny story: Are You Psychotic? Answer this questionnaire and find out, you crazy bastard.

Are You Psychotic? Answer this questionnaire and find out, you crazy bastard.

By Dr. Ronald Thompson Are you psychotic? Sure, we all wonder that. In my practice, patients have asked me that question numerous times, and I always give them the same answer: Probably. But I needed more than that to actually prove that someon...

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Funny story: Clinical Psychologist Tries To Provide Necessary Advice To Depressed Young College Student

Clinical Psychologist Tries To Provide Necessary Advice To Depressed Young College Student

Grant County, Wisconsin. After listening to 19-year-old Timothy Wilber carefully articulate the numerous reasons why he feels lonely, depressed, confused, insecure, and 'out-of-place' as a Philosophy Major at the UW-Platteville School of Engineering...

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Funny story: Scientists Still Looking for a Cure for Whatever It Is That Trump's Got

Scientists Still Looking for a Cure for Whatever It Is That Trump's Got

Science Town, USA "We knew it was going to be bad once we started looking into it" spoke a leading scientist at the most recent Science Convention. "Yes, but who would have thought it could be THIS bad--and it's spread to the whole family!" said...

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Funny story: Anxiety Found to Be Totally Badass Emotion

Anxiety Found to Be Totally Badass Emotion

While some emotions have been shown to not take much initiative or even be downright lazy, anxiety has been found to be the hardest-working of all the emotional states - to the extend that some have described her as a total badass. "She's a real g...

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Funny story: Neurotic New Yorkers Debate Who's Most Anxious

Neurotic New Yorkers Debate Who's Most Anxious

"I don't know anybody who has worse anxiety than me," said Lauren Kane of New York City. "I wake up every morning with a crushing sense of dread. If I even managed to fall asleep the night before, that is." While sympathetic to Lauren's anxiety is...

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Funny story: Tim the Forgetful Badger

Tim the Forgetful Badger

Tim is a Forgetful Badger. Say hello, Tim. .... He forgot to say Hello. Tim went to the park with his friends. There was Geoffroy the Gerbil, Willy the Weasel, Sally the Stoat, and Friðþjófr the Frog. They played ball. Willy threw...

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Funny story: Winks Thinks A Football Tale

Winks Thinks A Football Tale

Tottenham starlet and all round average midfielder, Harry Winks, has been detained under the mental health act after proclaiming that “trophies are just around the corner” for his Tottenham team. He followed this bizarre outburst with statements like...

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Funny story: New York Writer Disappointed When His Deep-Rooted Existential Malaise Is Diagnosed as Basic Depression

New York Writer Disappointed When His Deep-Rooted Existential Malaise Is Diagnosed as Basic Depression

After decades of struggling with his deep-rooted existential malaise, Mitchell Hartley, a writer living in New York City, finally sought professional help in dealing with the transience of everything and the inherently unsatisfactory nature of life,...

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Funny story: American Universities Becoming More Successful At Discovering Signs Of "At-Risk" Students

American Universities Becoming More Successful At Discovering Signs Of "At-Risk" Students

With college dropout rates in the United States (and particularly in the Midwest) still a major concern, sources confirmed last Thursday that Universities are becoming more successful at discovering signs of "at-risk" students. Although typical...

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