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Funny story: Dr. Quigley Writes: Sexually Transmitted Infections - Where's the Shame in Them?

Dr. Quigley Writes: Sexually Transmitted Infections - Where's the Shame in Them?

Let's face it, you can catch a cold or flu from a stranger's sneeze on a bus and you can get food poisoning in a dodgy restaurant. You can't catch them from a toilet seat, but there's real pleasure involved in catching STIs. Admit it. Ladies, you love your pork sausage and gentlemen, you love to wield that sausage. Sometimes you can both get so carried away that you just have to do it regardles...

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Funny story: St. Jude Children’s Hospital To Host “Little Miss Cancer Pageant”

St. Jude Children’s Hospital To Host “Little Miss Cancer Pageant”

Earlier today, St. Jude Children’s Hospital confirmed that they will be debuting their much anticipated “Little Miss Cancer Pageant”. Children under the age of sixteen are encouraged to sign up prior to the December 1st deadline, so long as they are...

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Funny story: Where are they now? Smallpox

Where are they now? Smallpox

Smallpox. Along with cholera, rickets and other indignities, it was once considered a rite of passage for many humans to suffer this killer disease with its 30 per cent death rate and legacy of pock marked faces for survivors. Those were the days. Days to which anti-vaccine fundamentalists want to take us back. Many of them are fans of discredited and struck-off British doctor Andrew Wakefiel...

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Funny story: Neurologist: Millions Afflicted With "Tweetism"

Neurologist: Millions Afflicted With "Tweetism"

Hundreds of Millions of people around the globe have a new modern illness called Diminished Intellectual Capacity and Knowledge Starvation or DICKS for short. Tweetism, however seems to be the popular handle for the newly named illness, and as the na...

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Funny story: Cold and Fever Exchange New Year's Resolutions to Lose Weight and Gain Weight, Respectively

Cold and Fever Exchange New Year's Resolutions to Lose Weight and Gain Weight, Respectively

At the start of 2016, long-time cohorts Cold and Fever exchanged solemn New Year's resolutions to lose weight and gain weight, respectively. Cold admitted to having really packed on the pounds in recent decades. He pointed to the oft-touted home r...

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Funny story: George Osborne Diagnosed With Night of the Living Dead Syndrome

George Osborne Diagnosed With Night of the Living Dead Syndrome

Stunned PM David Cameron has denied prior knowledge that side kick George Osborne is a long term victim of Night of the Living Dead Syndrome In an emotional press conference held this afternoon, the PM rushed to calm fears that the zombie Chancellor...

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Funny story: Deadly Virus Now In White House & Congress

Deadly Virus Now In White House & Congress

During the Vietnam War era hundreds of thousands of American lives were destroyed and crippled and the treasury drained. It was a huge folly, a war the U.S. lost. After the war, Americans who were less than willing to once again fight useless wars w...

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Funny story: ALS Teen Relives Ice Bucket Challenge Everyday When He Slips In Shower

ALS Teen Relives Ice Bucket Challenge Everyday When He Slips In Shower

After decades of not giving a shit, the American public has finally decided to pretend to care about the crippling disease ALS by pouring icy-cold water over their faces. While most can easily wipe off their wet grins, ALS stricken teen Oliver Perry...

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Funny story: British Ebola victim wakes from coma 28 days later

British Ebola victim wakes from coma 28 days later

A British man who contracted Ebola while on a pirates holiday in sierra Leone has recovered from his coma after twenty eight days. Alfred Smith a retired bus conductor said he feels fine after his month of unconsciousness although not technically a m...

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Funny story: Fart smellers may be smart fellas after all: smelling farts can reduce disease, study

Fart smellers may be smart fellas after all: smelling farts can reduce disease, study

HARFOLD, Vt - A new study at Harfold State College suggests that exposure to hydrogen sulfide gas, that is, what your body produces as bacteria breaks down food, could prevent mitochondria damage. This is good news for the Miss Harfold Diner which...

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Funny story: Obama Insists America Shouldn't Make it Harder for 'Best and Brightest' to Come to Country

Obama Insists America Shouldn't Make it Harder for 'Best and Brightest' to Come to Country

Austin, TX - Many Americans agree with the president that we should not make it harder for the 'best and brightest' to come live in our country. However, most Americans would like to send President Obama a dictionary so he can look up what 'best...

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Funny story: This News Just Might Save Your Life!

This News Just Might Save Your Life!

"You need to always treat your kids special as one day they could be in charge of you and decide where they put you to get you out of your (their) house." That's what the guy told us at a company meeting. So I ran home and bought my kids an ant fa...

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Funny story: Car Dealer Sues Rival Dealership For Massive Bird Crap!

Car Dealer Sues Rival Dealership For Massive Bird Crap!

A car dealership in Maryville, Tennessee is suing a rival car dealer for $500,000 in lost income and auto damage as well as causing the workers there to risk their lives by working and the clean-up details. Hardin's GMC and Hyundai Auto Dealership...

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Funny story: Horrible, Dreaded Disease Afflicts NBC Newsman On Show

Horrible, Dreaded Disease Afflicts NBC Newsman On Show

On Today's Meet The Press there was a discussion of why Pope Francis was chosen to be Time magazine's Man of the Year and appear on its cover. Host David Gregory stated that Time had also considered Edward Snowden, who worked for a company that was...

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Funny story: Now that fat is a disease, Disney to reopen Habit Heroes exhibit

Now that fat is a disease, Disney to reopen Habit Heroes exhibit

DISNEYWORLD, FL - Now that obesity has been declared a disease, Disney World is reopening its Habit heroes exhibit. The "innovention" was closed down, supposedly for "repairs," after parents and educators alike condemned the attraction for "shaming"...

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Funny story: Moustache die-back disease spreading through Britain

Moustache die-back disease spreading through Britain

Moustaches suspected of being infected with the killer tash die-back fungus have been found in privately owned facial hair in many parts of Norfolk, Scotland and Wales. The potential that outbreaks of the fungus have been found in home-grown moust...

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Funny story: Rionnaires' disease deaths may soar

Rionnaires' disease deaths may soar

Further deaths from an outbreak of Rionnaires' disease are highly likely, doctors warned yesterday. The recent outbreak is centred on Heathrow, and the number of confirmed cases rose to 157 (although some have been lost). And there are still thous...

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