August 16, 2017

Trump’s u-turn on earlier u-turn leaves him with head lodged in rectum

by philapilus
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A grateful world revels in temporarily not having to look at this face

Donald Trump’s political gyrations have caused his own massive unsightly head to become lodged in his rectal passage, the White House has confirmed.

The rambling old man came under fire for failing to condemn Nazis and white supremacists during the riots in Charlottesville at the weekend, insisting that many sides were Continue reading

August 7, 2017

Australia “designed to kill you” confirm scientists

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The lovely golden wattle is the floral emblem of Australia, and spits a burning acid at passersby that has been described as ‘worse than napalm’ 

Biologists agreed this morning that Australia’s entire ecosystem has evolved to destroy any human who dares set foot there.

Confirmation came after a Melbourne teenager went for a dip in the sea on Saturday and came out with profusely bleeding legs, after being Continue reading

July 31, 2017

C4 Diana doc: Middle England equally desperate to watch and vent outrage at broadcast

by philapilus
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“It DISGUSTS me that other people want to know the kind of squalid details about her life that I would chew my own leg off to discover.”

The sizeable proportion of the British public that buys the Daily Express has announced that it simply cannot wait to watch Channel 4’s ‘Diana: In Her Own Words’ so that it can subsequently eviscerate the station for showing it.

Wendy Nailinthehead, who has spent the last twenty years making thousands of pictures of the late princess out of dried lentils, said “I will probably be Continue reading

July 17, 2017

Martin Landau surprisingly reanimated

by unpseudable

After being saddened by his death, the world of Hollywood was this week stunned by renowned actor Martin Landau apparently coming back to life.

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Landau earlier today

“It obviously wasn’t the uncommon reanimation that shocked me,” said recently deceased film critic Barry Norman. “I mean, I’ve seen that in literally thousands of films. No, it was more the irony that it was Landau who rose from the grave rather than legendary zombie movie director George Romero.”

Romero, who also sadly passed away this week, stubbornly refused to come back to life. “I just don’t see the point,” he is reported to have said, Continue reading

July 12, 2017

Vatican: Glutenous bread “more fleshy”

by unpseudable
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An artist’s representation of Jesus

The Roman Catholic Church this week ruled that gluten-free bread can no longer be used in Mass.

In a letter to bishops, Cardinal Robert Sarah stated that gluten-free bread “just isn’t Jesusy enough, you know? The texture is all different – not like flesh at all, in my experience.”

Sarah (who is obviously a man – this is the Roman Catholic Church), went on to add, “I mean, what’s the point of a metaphor if people don’t stick to it rigidly?

“N-not that it’s a metaphor of course, oh no: Jesus was literally – literally, mind you – made of bread and wine. Continue reading

July 9, 2017

Trump: time to work for – I mean with Russia

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‘I’m channeling you, oh great master Vladi”

Donald Trump made another unforced error this weekend after accidentally revealing “a firm belief that it is time to work for Russia.”

Trump made the comment after having met Russian president Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit, a meeting described by Trump as “an honour”, and by the Russians as “incredibly amusing”.

After accidentally revealing Continue reading

July 4, 2017

Ed Sheeran: I do it for Twitterlove, not money

by philapilus

Ed Sheeran, the singer-songwriter who both your mum and dad really like, said today that the literally enormous amounts of cash he has accrued mean nothing at all if he has to put up with people being rude on Twitter.

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Your applause means nothing if it isn’t written in less than 140 characters

“Sure, I’m rich and incredibly adored by legions of children and middle aged people around the world,” said Sheeran, “but every time some troll on Twitter Continue reading

June 20, 2017

Theresa May almost successfully bakes potato

by philapilus

Nailed it, sort of

In news guaranteed to encourage Theresa May’s supporters Number 10 announced this morning that the prime minister baked “a nearly palatable potato for dinner last night.”

Percy Spoke, May’s spokesperson, said “OK so things haven’t been amazing recently. There was the whole election thing, the miscalculation on handling the Grenfell Tower fire, and Continue reading

June 6, 2017

Trump threat to Khan: ‘I could destroy London’

by philapilus

The tiny-handed little scrotumface dictating his tweet to someone with large enough digits to work a phone

The Twitter spat between London Mayor Sadiq Khan and orange blob Donald Trump escalated dramatically this morning, after the latter tweeted ‘Khan should watch out; I could destroy London. Nuke it. No problem. And will if he doesn’t start respecting me. #watchoutlondon.’

In the aftermath of terrorist attacks on London at the weekend Mr Khan had reassured Londoners that subsequent increased police presence was nothing to worry about.

Trump however mistook this to mean that the Continue reading

June 1, 2017

Election: May misses leader debate to heal the sick and minister to the needy

by philapilus
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“Scared? Don’t make me laugh!” said May from several hundred miles away

Theresa May announced this morning that her decision not to attend last night’s televised debate between party leaders was “absolutely not down to abject terror” and was purely because she was “busy ministering to the sick and needy”.

May said that she didn’t have time to waste on unimportant matters like being accountable to the country on live TV, or answering questions that people really want the answers to before they vote on who will run the country.

“That would have been Continue reading