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Though everyone has their own definition of "satire," all the sites in this section should fit this one: Keeness and severity of remark; caustic exposure to reprobation; trenchant wit; sarcasm
A farcical newspaper featuring world, national and community news.
Syndicated newspaper column featuring offbeat articles.
Bogus news featuring fun and games, pranks and tricks, and stories.
Commentary on celebrities, events and current affairs.
Features misfortune cookies, 101 least lists, and the giant angry weblog.
Features commentary and Flash animations about celebrities, current event, politics and war.
A directory of unintended web humor. Features religious, the arts, the office, and the news.
A look at sports reporting. Features stories, radio, the wire, about us and archives.
Humor Is Dead
Features social and political critique. Departments include an archive, movies, gallery and tech review.
Contains short stories, including wildebeests, cornbread stealing ghosts and an alcoholic teddy bear named Fromage Boudreaux that hires hookers, steals cars/planes, and eats rice. The content is updated daily.
Targets include politics, movies, music, relationships, college life, and booty.
Weekly articles, stories and features. Includes an archive.
Offers interplanetary, extraterrestrial paranoia.
Cultural journal. Features trends in arts, literature and politics.
Culture, politics, history and railways with a Sri Lankan theme.
Humor Me Online
Interactive commentary on current affairs, news, media and other topics. Visitors can submit material or take part in a contest.
Rants, raves, and comedy. Features columns, movie and music reviews, and archives.
Facetious, but realistic shops. Also features Store and Neurad Technologies.
Features research reports and line of the day. Lampooning foreign affairs and ranting.
The BilgeBucket Gazette
Headline, archives and a disclaimer that promises to shovel it in the name of free speech. Features humor at the expense of deities, political parties, religion and humans in general.
A collection of articles, comics and forums commenting on the ordinary and the every day.
Satirical news, political articles and quotes. Also features movie and game reviews.
A collection of corporate attitudes, press releases, and a mission statement. Includes a user liability statement.
Sister Randy is a smoking nun who shoots from the lip and wears a sexy Freudian slip beneath her conservative black habit.
Features social and political commentary, and humorous fiction. Also accepts reader contributions.
Features the online ranting forum for the Wakendaw Bunch. From Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
Making fun of the stuff that makes up daily life. Features fake news, reviews, and Crudpants links.
Business Park Observer
Keeping an eye on a business park across the street. Offers observations from May through September 2003. Then the author had to move.
Humorous comment on news and current events plus original cartoons.
Features a tongue-in-cheek civic action game. The objective is to save the republic by finding the trustworthy congressmen and vanquishing the corrupt ones.
International Institute of Not Doing Much
The creation of British-American writer Christopher Richards. Sporadic story updates from Once-In-A-Blue-Moon Communications. The site addresses time poverty, advocates for counter-urgency, and imagines sophisticated life in the slow lane. Humor and philosophy.
Fake funny horoscopes, spoof news, and political satire.
Features include Trans Global Chronicle, Time Machine Tribune, Godzorro, Kingpin Tin, Killer Greely and World Stealth. Offers animated presentations, magazine formats, commentary and stories.