Still struggling to make sense of the US election? Us too. Pick through the debris left by the election bomb with a soothing dose of Sunday satire.
The ‘budgie nine’ have gained their freedom, but according to Pauline Hanson, the Islamification of the budgie smuggler is the real issue.
An American mother was stunned to see what her son brought home: the dreaded anti-vaccer. She got through it, but hopes there isn’t a second date.
They say it got smart, then really smart. News (sort of) out of the US explains how a med robot has a larger office than you.
Sick of not being taken seriously online? Well, thanks to our #satire buds at The Science Post, a study has PROVEN what we always knew: COMMENTS ARE MORE CONVINCING WHEN WRITTEN IN ALL CAPS.
According to certain dogs, rabies is just one of those diseases you get during puppyhood. No big deal.
The US Government has let the cat out of the bag. Yes, everything is a conspiracy. But that’s exactly what they’d want us to think.
One citizen’s earnest letter of thanks to the Census somehow ended up on our desk. So, we’re printing it. Enjoy one man, taking complete leave of one’s census.
In the quiet carriage, no one can hear you scream. But all is well…save for the klaxon of discrimination blasting elsewhere: #BusPeopleNeedQuietToo
Affluenza. The smug killer. For too long, that disease has hung over the heads of honest Australians, but luckily, Turnbull has a plan.
Those short sighted anti-vaccers are at it again. To eliminate mercury in all its forms, they’re petitioning to have the planet removed from the solar system.
Recent Harvard study confirms it: dissenting anti-vaccer and anti-GMO commenters on Internet articles can only be smarter than publishers.
A brand new scientific study shows that most don’t even need to actually read the articles they claim to support.
After the Boston Globe recently went full satire, we laughed. But that’s were the danger lies – in those who get the joke.
Where do the anti-vaccine, pro-disease crowd turn to for professional advice? An English Tele Doctor, of course.
The writing’s on the wall for Mike Baird. He’s out as Premier, in favour of a more popular, less inanimate figure: the Newtown Fire Station sign.
Hugh Glass was the character that finally bagged Leo his Oscar. But all is not well, as those who he previously worked with now want theirs.
The Australian Government has taken the High Court’s offshore detention ruling one step further, and 200 years back, as Jordan King-Lacroix explains.
With Abbott’s 12,000 refugees deciding to say “Yeah nah” to Australia, there’s a small group who are happy about it, explains serial satirist Troy Maguire.
With the sale of news parody website The Onion this week, Jordan King-Lacroix explains why the joke is now on us.
After A Current Affair’s segment that called for unemployed women to be sterilised, a collective of those marginalised has grouped to protest.
Troy Maguire has kept an ear to the ground after the Cheryl LaPorte fiasco and has uncovered more shocks in the teaching scandal.