The Onion is an American digital media company and news satire organization that publishes articles on international, national, and local news. Based in Chicago, the company originated as a weekly print publication on August 29, 1988 in Madison, Wisconsin. In the spring of 1996, The Onion began publishing online. In 2007, the organization began publishing satirical news audio and video online, as the Onion News Network
Duffel Blog has been serving the men and women of the U.S. military with insightful commentary and hard-hitting journalism since 1797. Starting from humble beginnings by squatting office space in an abandoned military barracks, the publication quickly became known as edgy and ahead of its time after Duffel Blog reported on President John Adams’ $200 per-week cocaine habit in March 1799, and it received high praise for its investigations into the military-reflective-belt-industrial-complex.
Andy Borowitz is a New York Times best-selling author and a comedian who has written for The New Yorker since 1998. In 2001, he created the Borowitz Report, a satirical news column that has millions of readers around the world, for which he won the first-ever National Press Club award for humor.
World News Daily Report (WNDR) is a fake news, satirical website run by Canadians Janick Murray-Hall and Olivier Legault.The website's 'About Us', claims it is an 'American Jewish Zionist newspaper based in Tel Aviv, Israel', 'dedicated on covering biblical archeology news and other mysteries around the Globe'.
Funny Or Die is a comedy video website that combines user-generated content with original, exclusive content. The site is a place where celebrities, established and up-and-coming comedians and regular users can all put up stuff they think is funny. At the same time, the site hopes to eliminate all the junk that people have to pick through to find videos. That means around here you get to vote on what videos are funny and what videos deserve to die.
The Babylon Bee is a satirical evangelical Christian website. The site is famous for over-the-top fake stories focusing on well known pastors, celebrities, and politicians.
CollegeHumor is a comedy website based in Los Angeles. The site features daily original comedy videos and articles created by its in-house writing and production team, in addition to user-submitted videos, pictures, articles and links
Cracked.com is a humor website with over 300 million monthly page views. The site was founded in 2005 by Jack O’Brien and is currently owned by E. W. Scripps. It is descended from Cracked magazine, which dates back to 1958.
theCHIVE brings you the funniest, the most outrageous, and the best photos and videos. You will never be bored at school or work again. Ever.
Break.com is an entertainment and humor website founded in 1998 that features comedy videos, flash games, and pictures among other material.
Funny videos, fail videos, funny pictures, funny galleries, funny links, flash games, jokes, caption contests, photoshop contests.
ClickHole is a satirical website from The Onion that parodies clickbait websites such as BuzzFeed and Upworthy.
Based in Connecticut and founded by Andrew Marlatt, the site aimed its satire at politics, business, the media, and current events, and spawned Marlatt's 2002 book Economy of Errors (Random House), which was a parody of the rise and fall of the Internet economy and the stock market.
Satirical news meets Sport Illustrated. The site itself never comes clean about its comical intentions, but the answer isdiscoverable through a Google search and on other watch dog sites confirm that this is an entertainment site. People who seriously follow sports can probably figure this out on their own.
Cheezburger, Inc., previously known as Pet Holdings, Inc, is the parent and holding company for the Cheezburger Network, a collection of websites best known for I Can Has Cheezburger?, Fail Blog, I Hasa Hot Dog, and others
quickmeme is your best source for fun and entertainment. Share & caption memes and post anything you find interesting or that makes you laugh.
FunnyJunk is a content aggregator website with user uploaded content in the form of images, video and animated GIFs. Advice animals and rage comics are frequently submitted to the site, some of which were originally created by FunnyJunk users
JP Sears is a life coach and internet comedian. He is known for his satirical parodying of veganism, gluten-free fads, new age beliefs, and other "modern hippy" topics with his video series Ultra Spiritual. He is the author of the satirical book How to Be Ultra Spiritual: 12-1/2 Steps to Spiritual Superiority.
TheFarSide.com, the first official online home of The Far Side! Created by Gary Larson, the single-panel cartoon ran daily in newspapers from 1980 to 1995. In those fifteen years, The Far Side went from garnering controversy to becoming one of the most beloved cartoons of its time. Until now, it has never been offered online. We encourage you to read Gary's Letter to find out why. (Yes, he is definitely still alive.)
TheFarSide.com offers a deep dive into Gary’s offbeat sense of humor with The Daily Dose, an ever-changing, random selection of cartoons. Comic Collections offer a different themed collection of his classic cartoons updated weekly. You’ll also find exclusive, never-before-seen extras such as sketches straight from Gary’s personal Sketchbooks.
The mission of [GAS] is simple: Providing up to the minute tech. news, reviews and tutorials to our readership, which is mainly composed of IT professionals and computer enthusiasts.
xkcd, sometimes styled XKCD, is a webcomic created by American author Randall Munroe. The comic's tagline describes it as "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language". Munroe states on the comic's website that the name of the comic is not an initialism but "just a word with no phonetic pronunciation"
Huzlers.com is a fauxtire and fictional news blog that focuses on celebrities, hip hop and urban entertainment. If it's trending it's here!
Improv Everywhere is a New York City-based comedy collective that stages unexpected performances in public places. Created in August of 2001 by Charlie Todd, Improv Everywhere aims to surprise and delight random strangers through positive pranks.
This site was created on June 9th, 2010 for the purpose of rounding up the day's funniest videos, photos, comics, and GIFs from the depths of the Internet. Tastefully Offensive is solely owned and operated by Christian Baker.
God made the world. Then he flooded it. Then God went to sleep for 2000 years or so. Anyway, eventually God woke up and felt pretty bad for what he’d done in the past. In 2011, after years of therapy, God started his Divine God Facebook Page to restore his good name. In his infinite wisdom, in 2015 God launched this Holy Website, TheGoodLordAbove.com.
Comic Adam Conover, a cast member and writer at the popular comedy website CollegeHumor, brings his original online series to TV, expanding upon his efforts to poke fun at everyday things that people accept or assume without question. In the half-hour investigative comedy, Conover uses a not-quite-deadly combination of comedy, history and science to debunk widespread misconceptions about topics and ideas that are routinely taken for granted.
The Institute of Official Cheer has been on the internet since 1996 or so; it goes fallow for a while, then springs to life with an enormous new project, gets some half-baked redesign based on some fancy I got that looked good right up until I uploaded it.
Medical satire with a Health 3.0 mission. Funny healthcare parody videos, live shows and dope rhymes clinically proven to be slightly funnier than placebo.
9GAG is an online platform and social media website, which allows it's users to upload and share "user-generated content" or other content from external social media websites.
The Daily Currant is an American satirical news blog that focuses on politics, technology, and entertainment. A number of its satirical stories have been taken for true news reports by press. The Daily Currant is a competitor to The Onion.
Christwire is a satirical website that publishes blog-style articles intended to ridicule excesses of American Christian conservatives. Recurring topics include homosexuality, atheism, Hollywood, and other purported threats to American culture
National Report is a fake news website that posts fictional articles related to world events. It is described by Snopes.com as a fake news site, by FactCheck.org as a satirical site and by The Washington Post as part of a fake-news industry, making profits from "duping gullible Internet users with deceptively newsy headlines.
The People's Cube is a satire website that pokes fun at liberals and socialism.
Political satire, social parody, liberal humor, sheer bedlam.
Satire site similar to the Onion
Looking for funny jokes? Settle in: You're in the right place. From clean knock-knock jokes and the top corny jokes to hilarious one-liners and clever riddles, we've got the jokes guaranteed to bring on serious laughs.
Overheard in New York is a humor blog, published by Michael Malice and S. Morgan Friedman, that documents snippets of conversation heard by passersby in New York City.
People today are bombarded with information. It can be difficult to tell anymore what is real and what is fake.
Rest assured that this site is fake news intended to take a satirical view of the irony that surrounds us on a daily basis.
The first and only satirical women’s magazine, Reductress was founded in 2013 by Beth Newell and Sarah Pappalardo. The mission of Reductress is to take on the outdated perspectives and condescending tone of popular women’s media, through the eyes of the funniest women in comedy today. Also, we want people to think we’re pretty.
Free Wood Post is a News Satire website. It is an online satirical take on current affairs featuring fake stories about politics, pop culture, and the marketplace.
We bring you the finest political satire and humor, including the best political cartoons and non-political panel cartoons, humor columns, satirical “Faux News,” funny videos, political satire videos, user-created funny videos and much more. Take your time and explore the site!
The Cooper Review is a satirical blog created by Sarah Cooper. Since its launch in August 2014, it has been viewed by millions of people around the world and attracts more than 100,000 readers per month. The Cooper Review is well known for graphic articles such as 10 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings, 9 Non-threatening Leadership Strategies for Women and The Difference Between Living in New York and San Francisco.
Tickld is your go-to spot for anything humorous and funny, for anything that’s really cool and interesting, or stuff that’s just plain WTF. Guaranteed to provide hours of mindless fun and laughter.
Providing an irreverent and satirical slant to the current big news stories throughout the world, bringing you more funny stories than you can shake sticks at.
DERF Magazine.com is the premier provider of humor and satire content in Cincinnati. Derf is dedicated to making fun of everything!
Packed with pictures of funny messages that people have graffitied on walls and buildings, sometimes as standalone phrases, and sometimes by editing a sign or advert.
Jokes.cc is a massive repository of one-liners which will be sure to make you laugh and groan in equal measure.
Distractify was created for you by a diverse set of Internet junkies who want wasting time to be more than just a waste of time.
The goal of KillSomeTime.com is to deliver you the best funny videos, funny pictures, flash games, and funny jokes that the web has to offer!
SadAndUseless.com was created in 2009 as a sad attempt at humor. And to this day it still is the same old useless site it was meant to be.
RescueHumor is a web site dedicated to showcasing the entertaining things about public safety, both on and off duty. It is a reminder that not all in this world is bad… Sometimes there is some fun also.
The Original - Funny Facebook Statuses, Fails, LOLs and More.
Legal Humor by Kevin Underhill . He is a partner in the San Francisco office of Shook, Hardy & Bacon, and to the surprise of many, himself included, has been with the firm for over 20 years. He has been funny for much but not all of that time.
America needed a news source that people could turn to. American Buffoon answered that call. [Relax. It's just satire.]
Jessica Hagy's Blog, She hand-draws simple graphics that provide a lot of humor, and a surprising amount of truth
Big Geek Daddy likes to share videos that he finds funny, interesting, cool, or otherwise entertaining as well as some computer information he thinks people might find helpful.
Nominees significantly improve the gene pool by eliminating themselves from the human race in an obviously stupid way. They are self-selected examples of the dangers inherent in a lack of common sense, and all human races, cultures, and socioeconomic groups are eligible to compete.
The Toast is a daily blog that publishes features on everything from literary characters that never were to female pickpockets of Gold Rush-era San Francisco. The Toast is one of those mass-market science fiction paperbacks some used bookstores put out on the street in big press-board rolling carts, the kind with drawings of women in long white robes standing in front of a horizon with two or three moons on the cover.
The Smoking Gun brings you exclusive documents--cool, confidential, quirky--that can't be found elsewhere on the Web. Using material obtained from government and law enforcement sources, via Freedom of Information requests, and from court files nationwide, we guarantee everything here is 100% authentic.
The People's Cube brings you glorious political humor satire and correct opinions for progressive liberals from the original Party Organ of Record.
Are you Bored at Work? Bored at Home? Bored with nothing to do? Visit Bored A Lot for Things To Do When you’re bored. Visit interesting facts Websites, Fun Sites, Fun Online Games, Useless Websites, along with Random Websites & just plain Weird Websites. If youre bored at your routine, try some fun stuff
Waterford Whispers News is a popular Irish satire news website, based in Waterford.
Silly cartoons by Andrew James, home of Sminky Shorts and more soon to be released nonsense.
A satirical website that sends up Cork's current affairs and history, with a very active discussion forum.
Follow the non-adventures of returned emigrant Martin as he struggles to adjust to life back in Ireland. He has moved in with his parents.
The Phoenix is an Irish political and current affairs magazine established in 1983. Inspired by the British magazine Private Eye it was edited for thirty years by Paddy Prendeville. The publication is generally fortnightly, with a larger annual issue each December.
The Potato.ie is Ireland’s longest running and most established online news resource. Taking the ambitious step to move to an online format in 1962, The Potato has been leading the news and media industry in Ireland for half a century.
The Ulster Fry is a parody news site and presents its own version of current affairs through comedy and satire.
Founded in 2014, Galway Daily News is a satirical news outlet and is not to be taken seriously by anyone, ever. Ever. All characters appearing in our pieces are fictitious.
Foil Arms and Hog is an Irish sketch comedy group comprising Sean Finegan, Sean Flanagan and Conor McKenna. They perform on TV, radio, the stage and online. The trio write, shoot and edit a new sketch every week in their office, releasing it for Facebook and YouTube
Republic of Telly is a TV review and magazine program on Irish public broadcaster, RTÉ Two. Presented by comedian Kevin McGahern, the program is intended as a satirical examination of television, mocking various Irish and British TV channels, including sketches and special guests making an appearance from the shows.
This comedy series focuses on three priests living on Craggy Island -- a remote isle off the coast of Ireland. Father Ted Crilly is sent to the island as punishment for using money earmarked for a sick child and taking a holiday in Las Vegas (which he denies, of course). Fathers Dougal Maguire and Jack Hackett are his superiors, and Mrs. Doyle is their nosy housekeeper, who makes plentiful pots of tea. Naturally, the priests get into their fair share of somewhat sinful, madcap adventures.
Cork based comedy series based on an original movie. The coming-of-age adventures of lovable rogues Conor and Jock. The guy who wrote and directs The Young Offenders is Stephan Foote who was on the same school bus as me and my siblings growing up
The Eye of the Tiber is a website that gained popularity for delivering satirical news reports, particularly those involving the Catholic Church. Since its inception in 2012, its articles have been the subject of humor but at the same time controversy among the church leaders as well as its members. Eye of the Tiber is also successful in the social media scene and has continuously made people believe that its stories are in fact true.
Note not technically Irish but its close enough.
The show follows the lives of Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson), her cousin Orla (Louisa Harland) and their friends Clare (Nicola Coughlan), Michelle (Jamie-Lee O'Donnell) and Michelle's English cousin, James (Dylan Llewellyn), as they navigate their teens in Derry during the Troubles.
Based on actor Chris O'Dowd's childhood experiences in a small Irish town and adapted from O'Dowd's starring role in "Little Crackers," "Moone Boy" tells the story of young Martin Moone and the adventures he has with his friend, Sean Murphy (O'Dowd). However, Sean isn't a normal school-age pal; he exists only in Martin's imagination. But he's still able to help Martin survive as the youngest in a flighty family that includes his parents, Debra and Liam, and a trio of loud sisters.
Arriving in Ireland, you may be forgiven for thinking you have been hoodwinked, cajoled, led up the garden path or just plain misinformed as to the language widely spoken here. Since before time us Irish have managed to invent our very own Slang words and phrases to unleash on all unfamiliar with the lingo! Here, I have highlighted the most commonly heard words, their meanings and provided examples of how they are used in everyday speech. Have fun, you will be talking like a seasoned pro in no time!
17 Cork Slang Phrases Explained In Perfect English
Martyn Turner is a political cartoonist, caricaturist and writer. His cartoons appear daily in The Irish Times parodying current events.
The Daily Mash is a British satirical website providing parodic commentary on current affairs and other news stories. Neil Rafferty (a former political correspondent for The Sunday Times) and Paul Stokes (former business editor of The Scotsman), created the website in 2007 and remain the lead writers. Both writers earn salaries from the enterprise and also employ freelance contributors. The publication has garnered praise for its absurd, scatological humour and insightful political satire. The current editor is comedy writer and former BBC journalist Tim Telling. The Daily Mash has often been compared to the US publication The Onion.
Private Eye is a British fortnightly satirical and current affairs news magazine, founded in 1961. It is published in London and has been edited by Ian Hislop since 1986.
The publication is widely recognised for its prominent criticism and lampooning of public figures such as politicians and media tycoons, and of organisations that it considers incompetent, inefficient, corrupt, pompous or self-important; it has established itself as a thorn in the side of the British establishment. It is also known for its in-depth investigative journalism into under-reported scandals and cover-ups.
Topical news satire from the UK and around the world. Never letting the truth ruin a good story.
The Poke is a British satirical website. It was launched in 2002 as a fanzine distributed at the Edinburgh Festival and independent music stores
NewsBiscuit is a British satirical news website. It was founded in September 2006 to create a new outlet for British humour on the internet by a group consisting mainly of comedy writers including John O'Farrell.
Step back in time and travel to the present day with some vintage laughter from some of Britain’s finest sitcoms and comedians. You can also re-vist your wasted youth in our kids section, catch up with a time when game shows were played with real people.
Terry Pratchett was born in 1948 in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. He had his first story published when he was just thirteen, and after leaving school at seventeen to become a journalist he continued writing, publishing his first novel, The Carpet People, in 1971 and going on to produce the phenomenally successful Discworld series as well as numerous other books, winning many awards and becoming the UK’s bestselling author. He died in March 2015 after a long struggle with Alzheimer’s disease.
My favorite author.
Jonathan Pie is the comedy sensation who satirizes the world of politics and the media. A frustrated news reporter known for venting his spleen in unguarded “off-camera” rants, his online videos have been viewed by millions worldwide.
The Daily Squib is a British satirical online publication created by satire writer Aur Esenbel,and was officially launched on April Fool's Day, 2007. Its coverage extends across world politics, science, technology, business, sports and health.
The Newsfox is a satirical website based in London. We employ a team of writers who aim to deliver riffs off the news as well as just all out weirdness.
The Oxymoron is a student satirical magazine published anonymously by and for students of Oxford University. It takes the form of a spoof newspaper, similar to The Onion, though with a focus on events relevant to the life of an Oxford student. The magazine takes its name from the concept of an oxymoron, as well as being a reference to the word Oxon, used to identify an Oxford degree. It is published termly.
Emmy-award winning sitcom written by Graham Linehan, set in an IT department starring Chris O'Dowd, Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson
The Weekly Wallow is a satirical website, publishing only intentionally ludicrous articles. if you're still unsure, it's all made-up and should not be taken as factual.
Succubus is a satirical online women’s magazine that uses humor to challenge the way media, society and men communicate with women. We’re here to promote the funniest comedy writers from the UK and beyond.
An online, satirical, women's magazine that launched in March 2018. The site is packed full of comic articles, and 'pretty rubbish advice'. It's aiming to be "the antithesis of all other publications marketed to the female population."
The British Cartoon Archive is dedicated to the history of British cartooning over the last two hundred years. The BCA holds the artwork for over 200,000 British editorial, socio-political, and pocket cartoons, supported by large collections of comic strips, newspaper cuttings, books and magazines.
The Sleaze is a UK based satire and humour site. The Sleaze offers an uncompromising, off beat and savage view of our world with British Political Satire, News Satire, Pop Culture Satire, Religious Satire, Royal Satire, Crime Satire, Weird Satire News Parody and Surreal Humour.
The Daily WTF is your how-not-to guide for developing software. We recount tales of disastrous development, from project management gone spectacularly bad to inexplicable coding choices.
Faking News, originally started as a form of blog, is an Indian news satire website that publishes fake news reports containing satire on politics and society of India. It is a critique of mainstream news media in India.The website also publishes occasional serious articles related to television journalism in India.
The Beaverton is a primarily online Canadian news satire publication, based in Toronto, Montreal and Whitehorse. It features news stories, editorials, vox populi and other formats (such as university reviews) whose structure and layout mirror those of conventional newspapers but whose content is contorted to make humorous commentary on Canadian and world issues.
El Jueves (Spanish for "Thursday") is a Spanish weekly satirical magazine based in Barcelona. Throughout most of its life, its masthead has been featuring the tagline "La revista que sale los miércoles" ("the magazine that comes out on Wednesdays"). Its mascot is a nameless jester, known simply as "el bufón", who is always fully naked, except for his bell-bearing hat.
The Betoota Advocate is an Australian satirical news website. Started in 2014 by former journalists Archer Hamilton and Charles Single and publisher Piers Grove, the site puts a comedic spin on current news topics and broader social observations.
The Shovel is an Australian Satire Site.
The Civilian is New Zealand’s pre-eminent source of online news, and indeed the purest form of news that you can consume without having an apoplectic seizure.
Most newspapers in our country focus on the delivery of what they call “news and information.” But here at the Civilian, we’re different. We work hard to provide you with as little information as possible, so that we can focus solely upon the news.
"The UnReal Times" is an Indian satire, spoof, parody and humour portal featuring satirical articles on politics, entertainment, cricket, media, international affairs and society.
The Pan-Arabia Enquirer is an English-language satirical website that is often likened to The Onion of the Middle East .
The Rising Wasabi is Japan’s premium satirical news publication covering the latest from the land of the rising sun and current events from around the globe.
The Mideast Beast ( Israel's answer to the Onion) is the home of breaking news and major stories about the Middle East that are impossible to find anywhere else. Because all news is satirical.
This is the English version of the famous German news satire site "Der Postillon". Honest news - fast, independent, since 1845.
The Syrup is a Canadian satire site.
Weird Asia News brings the best of weird, strange, funny, odd, and just plain crazy news and stories from the lands of the Far East.
Self appointed master handyman and outdoorsman and a weekly participant in Canada's socialized medical system. The Ambassador for Scotch Brand Duct Tape and a firm believer that no repair job should outlive you. Hates information but loves his own point of view. Likes taking things that were intended for one purpose and using them for something completely different. Oblivious to failure. (That could all change once he experiences success). Either the youngest old man or oldest young man you will ever meet.
Dutch site. Humour can be used in all kinds of situations, to relativize, make tense situations less tense or it can be used to make life more pleasant. If a nurse uses humour as an intervention in complimentary care, certain patients may complain less.
The Daily Bonnet is a Mennonite satirical news site from the heart of the Bible belt, Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada. Apart from the names of local and international celebrities, all characters and situations presented are entirely fictitious.
Leading Indian Satire and Funny Fake News Humor Site
The Burrard Street Journal is an occasionally funny Canadian satire, parody and comedy news website based in Vancouver, BC.
Cartoon library, fully catalogued and searchable, instant downloads.
Dilbert is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Scott Adams, first published on April 16, 1989. The strip is known for its satirical office humor about a white-collar, micromanaged office featuring engineer Dilbert as the title character.
GoComics is a website launched in 2005 by the digital entertainment provider Uclick. It was originally created as a distribution portal for comic strips on mobile phones, but in 2006, the site was redesigned and expanded to include online strips and cartoons. GoComics publishes editorial cartoons, mobile content and daily comics; thus its subtitle toon in daily.
Doonesbury is a comic strip by American cartoonist Garry Trudeau that chronicles the adventures and lives of an array of characters of various ages, professions, and backgrounds, from the President of the United States to the title character, Michael Doonesbury, who has progressed from a college student to a youthful senior citizen over the decades.
The Oatmeal is a webcomic and humor website created in 2009 by cartoonist Matthew Boyd Inman. Inman, who lives in Seattle, updates his site with original comics, quizzes, and occasional articles.
Terminal Lance is a comic created by Lance Corporal Maximilian Uriarte, USMC. The idea behind Terminal Lance is to poke fun at the Marine Corps with an emphasis on the grunt Lance Corporal’s point of view.
Some old style jokes
Dave’s top 10 funniest jokes of the fringe 2018
How to Irritate An Irish Person
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