The wording of the Catholic ‘Lord’s Prayer’, was officially changed by Pope Francis. Published on the satirical news site, ‘The Waterford Whispers’ on June 11, 2019.
A standard domestic appliance used for the last century appears to be a monumental task to figure out for these 8th graders.
Canadians have the reputation of being unfailingly very polite people, different to the rest of those living in North America. And they are graceful even when being made fun of, especially about their endless winters.
Breaking news today that Facebook and related apps had been suffering severe outages. 2.3 billion monthly users are affected.
From the Superyacht Times we gleaned that the 60m Benetti superyacht named Osho has a new owner. Published on November 20, 2018.
To all the strange occurrences over the last decade, from social media addictiveness to trolling, incessant texting, to fake news and other inexplicable madnesses, a new one has been added this week.
Maximus Mighty Dog Mueller II, Golden Retriever elected as Idyllwild mayor – in Calfornia. Published on SOTT and Sputnik on September 16, 2018.
In answer to Canadian clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson’s new self-help book, ’12 Rules for Life’, in this satire Australian Kitty Flanagan counters with her own book, ‘488 Rules for Life’ on video. Published by ‘The Weekly’ on August 8, 2018.
A video showing famed Late Late Night host James Cordon heading to Liverpool for a special day with Paul McCartney. Shown recently on Sky One, England.
NewsThump is a satirical and spoof news website, taking a daily swipe at current affairs from the UK and around the world. Published on April 13, 2018.
Satire depicting highlights of the Netflix docuseries Wild Wild Country. The episode was hosted by John Lumaney on April 14, 2018.
… admitted CERN scientists, rather apologetically. Although the main media decided to keep mum about this, the Waterford Whispers News and SOTT had the courage to report. Published on January 16, 2018.
The invention of Bitcoin and its trading is bewildering to many, for others it has become the holy grail. Screeble has a satirical look at the history, published on December 22, 2017.
In ancient Israel, it came to pass that a trader by the name of Abraham Com did take unto himself a healthy young wife by the name of Dorothy, called Dot for short.
A delightful spin on the politically-oh-so-correct gender issue by Quentin Letts and Jane Fryer. Published in the Daily Mail on November 24, 2017.
According to a scientific study, it seems that this phenomenon really exists. Anybody acquainted with close male relatives will say that they knew this all along.
Short animation film by Steve Cutts: The story of a rodent’s unrelenting quest for happiness and fulfillment.
Millenials are young humans that were born in either one of these two decades: Generation Y (born between 1981-1991) and Generation Z (born between 1991-2001).
Magic moments delivered by identical French twins Tony and Jordan at a recent America’s Got Talent show.
Author and columnist Nury Vittachi about posting on the worldwide web. Published in The Jakarta Post, Indonesia, on October 21, 2017.
NewsThump is a satirical and spoof news website, taking a daily swipe at current affairs from the UK and around the world. Published on September 17, 2017.
A massive influx of new words is entering the global vocabulary these days – this map shows potential EU leaving names, created by ‘Bezzleford’.
Two religious men and an atheist agreed to smoke together, and while doing so and getting high, they discuss spiritual and religious aspects.
After the first excitement about NASA’s revelation of the discovery of 7 new planets, a second out-of-this-world announcement (pun intended) informed us about radio signals having been received from said planets. The Waterford News published an exclusive first lowdown on February 23, 2017.
It took a little time but ten days ago, India claimed the second place after ‘America First’ – and it is irresistible!
In ‘Sunday with Lubach’ Dutch public broadcaster VPRO welcomes Trump in its own words (video mostly in English, with subtitles).
… to 220 million undocumented whites. A satire published in Native American News and SOTT on November 15, 2016.
Last week, Indian police said they had arrested a pigeon carrying an abusive note from Pakistan. Satire by Indian author Shovon Chowdhury on the bizarre turn of events. BBC, October 10, 2016