Tag: satire

Remembering Those We Wish We Lost In 2020

IT’S been a year that can reasonable claim to have been worse than 2016, known chiefly for its high death counts among the most beloved and famous people in the world of sport and entertainment. As 2020 took Maradona, Sean Connery, Diana Rigg, Jack Charlton, Marian Finucane, Chadwick Boseman, Olivia de Havilland, Bill Withers, John… Read more »

One Tom Cruise To Be Installed In Every Home This Christmas

COUNTRIES have abandoned all information campaigns relating to large scale gatherings over the Christmas period, replacing them with a screaming Tom Cruise after he was heard explosively self-destructing in a rant aimed at film crew flouting safety measures. Administering the bollocking with an intensity normally reserved for Scientology recruitment videos, Cruise caught the attention of… Read more »

Only Four Stabbed And One Shot In Surprisingly Calm Trump Rally

ONGOING protests surrounding the result of the US presidential election resulted in a surprisingly small number of injuries yesterday, after clashes between Antifa and the Proud Boys turned out to be downright civilised compared to what had been expected. The Proud Boys, an anti anti-fascist organisation who are somehow not fascists, clashed with pro-Biden supporters… Read more »