"Satire" Blogs & Blog Posts

Dr Alan's PlacebologyDr Alan's Placebology

Dr Alan's Placebology is a fictional list by a fictional doctor of &qu...

 
Simply JewsSimply Jews

This blog is about Israel-related matters, Zionism, anti-Zionism, the gener...

 
Obscure ProtestObscure Protest

Democratic free speech shamefully abused

 
Out of the Mouth of DaveOut of the Mouth of Dave

A humorous take on our crazy world. Poking fun at the things we deal with e...

 
News Hour, with Jerry CaesarNews Hour, with Jerry Caesar

A news-based blog focusing on film reviews and awards ceremonies, spoof sto...

 
Self Help CenterSelf Help Center

I intend to Track the eventual overthrow of mankind by robots. Conspiracy t...

 
Feed Your ADHDFeed Your ADHD

We shove Alinksky’s fifth rule — “ridicule is man’s most potent wea...

 


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A few years ago, TV editor Vera Drew decided to take a friendly bet too far, and announced her wildly ambitious plans to create a full-length satire of Todd Phillips' Joker film, combining pre-existing footage with her own amateur acting. The People'...

You oughta know that Alanis Morisette's hit single, "You Oughta Know," was allegedly inspired by Morisette's relationship with comedian Dave Coulier, who perhaps most famously portrayed the fun-loving Uncle Joey on TV's Full House. In the first verse...

15 years old, and still I snicker whenever I see this classic. "You'll be so fast that Mother Nature will be like "Slow down", and you'll be like "Fuck You" and kick her in the face with your energy legs." Know Your Meme has an excellent entry...

As his legal problems continue to mount, Donald Trump is looking for attorneys to represent him. But so far, all he is getting from top-notch law firms is rejection. This has prompted a hilarious bit of satire from Alexandra Petri in The Washing...

It’s hard to convey sarcasm in writing, but the consequences of using or interpreting a sarcastic phrase wrong can be serious. Sarcasm is, after all, “a sharp and often satirical or ironic utterance designed to cut or give pain” or “a mode of...

The Atlantic published a story praising the "Quiet Courage of Joe Biden's Negative Growth Economy." We know because conservatives such as Dinesh D'Souza screencapped it and insisted that it was real, not satire or parody. But it is the latter, of cou...

How teachers expect us to exit a school during a fire is a satire by Jack Pop on what it might look like if kids and teachers actually followed the fire protocol. We had countless fire drills throughout my schooling, where we practiced walking calmly...