Explains the true meanings behind airline warning signs and illustrations.
Spoof on the working world and life in America. Find random links to humorous news.
Gale Holland draws comparisons between the two ultramillionaires "whose aim...is nothing short of the defeat of the civilized world and/or the enslavement of mankind."
Merle Kessler provides a hilarious transcript of what bin Laden may have really said in videotaped diatribes containing coded messages fueled by killer hashish.
Terrorist leader with a "visage twisted by centuries of hatred" discloses "his innermost thoughts on his struggle, his mother, and his favorite infidel-produced TV show."
Humorous lampooning of popular literary classics, sci-fi, and bedtime stories is achieved through ultra-condensed and over-simplified summaries.
Parody of Amazon.com offers a wide selection of brains to satisfy the dietary needs of the living dead. Swap brain recipes in the chat room.
Offers gag dating applications for fathers to provide daughters' potential dates.
Parody of fantasy role playing games includes a rather lengthy story in which heroes embark on a scatological adventure.
Read script parodies of big hollywood movies that could have been shortened.
"Men in Black" spoof posits elves on a mission to protect the Spirit of Christmas. With training manual, most wanted list and debriefing center.
Find out where to pick up a Furby hooker, shop for "Star Wars" liquor, check out the Webmaster's art and writing, or discover other laughs.
Network rivalries spin out of control, wrecking programming schedules and launching the Apocalypse.
Find out what a warped mind can do to "Ulysses" and Dante's "Inferno," and check out some other clever parodies and gags.
Carpenters and other sexual deviants can find the hottest site on the Web for hardcore furniture action.
"America's Only Genuine Diploma Mill" offers downloadable degrees from the Ponzi School of Business and the College of Sorcery, to name just two.
Submit half-baked ideas or comment on half-baked ideas other people have submitted.
Anyone tired of boring, old Jelly Bellys can learn about this line of jelly beans featuring such flavors as boiled okra, clam, and pigs feet.
King Kaufman reveals rejected rides and habitats for Disney's California Adventure theme park, like the San Francisco Apartment Hunt experience.
Merle Kessler responds to the US Army's request for Hollywood filmmakers to brainstorm terrorist scenarios with "one the olive drabsters will be gung-ho to greenlight."
King Kaufman projects Vince McMahon's "mix of action, sex and violence" onto figure skating, basketball, golf, "Sesame Street" and "WWTBAM."
Youth rapper with an attitude goes on tour to the produce section. Find out his plans for modifying his dented car.
Learn about the Global Monetary corporation and its plans to implant consumers with bioimplants.
Ruben Bolling depicts Osama's turbaned posse surfing EOnline.com and discussing how their "only goal is to scare fabulous celebs into canceling publicity appearances."
Read a variety of humorous and bizarre articles from authors such as the Wanker and Seattle Whitely, from this Washington state-based magazine.
Merle Kessler feigns no "Aniston-ishment" at our enthusiastic "Affleck-tion" for shiny new "Barbra-licious" idols and gives thanks for ubiquity.
Visit yet another site offering a humorous look at the Internet stock mania.
Check out humorous romantic advice for a wide array of dating dilemmas.
Produces satire and critiques of the scientific and medical communities. Read selections from past issues, or find subscription information.
Jennifer Foote Sweeney chronicles the shifting power structure of the unstable Rudy-Donna-Judy triangle through twisted items from the Gray Lady.
Photo gallery and satiric commentary on individuals with the mullet hairstyle. Visitors are invited to submit and comment on photos.
Komo the Komodo dragon tells King Kaufman his version of the events that transpired when he allegedly mistook a foot for a rat and bit it.
John Carman predicts that they won't stop trying to own everything in site, and reveals their path to godhood.
Director's cut of Osama's "smoking gun" videotape offers extra footage like an animated dream sequence, plus "The Making of the bin Laden Video," outtakes, and bloopers.
Jennifer Foote Sweeney redesigns the mag to fit the nature porn niche, featuring "steamy rain forests, full-frontal glaciers and big wet lakes."
Resource for people who enjoy eating meat, wearing fur and leather, hunting and using products that have been tested on animals.
Entertainment magazine for bulls includes a bovine of the month, humor, dairy-related facts and cow-related sports.
Merle Kessler provides a template for your own torrid tales about imaginary sexual pairings featuring "pop culture males seized by passion." See his suggested couplings.
Carina Chocano spoofs lists that promote young writers, such as the "person willing to bare left breast while flipping bird on jacket cover."
Bypass the Met and the Louvre and head straight to this Wisconsin art museum looking suspiciously like a parking garage.
Martha Stewart would cringe if she found this site full of terrible recipes, bad advice, misguided travel tips and vomiting instructions.
Kevin Shay presents the meeting minutes of the Fox "Moral Dilemma Islands" Working Group. Determine which pitch will get a green light.
Alive is an elastic term for this list that includes John-John and Lady Di, plus Prince William, Mel Gibson, and Julia Roberts several times.
Carina Chocano provides soon-to-be divorced "Rules I, II, and III" co-author Ellen Fein's "Top Ten Rules for a Lasting Rules Marriage."
See Tom Tomorrow's take on "the quick collapse of the seemingly-entrenched U.S. Constitution and its terrorist-friendly system of checks and balances."
Even Hannibal Lecter couldn't pass up the "All-new McBrain Sandwich."
Catch up on industry news, learn about the products and services of, or get a job at this non-existent company.
Suburban white "boyz" from the sticks hop in their parent's cars and take pictures of their frightening gang. A tribute to modern Americana.
Paul Tatara defends the existence of the fictional movie critic.