Spitting Image Returns to Live-Satirise the Downfall of the USA

Satirical TV show Spitting Image is returning as was foretold and guesstimated a couple of years ago, after the show's original co-creator literally could not believe the vast amount of potential material being issued on silver platters by today's leaders of the free world, so decided to give it a go for a US TV network. Read More >>

Facebook Throttles Satirical Women’s Site Reductress for Sharing ‘Clickbait’

A satirical women’s site that lambasts clickbait content is being suppressed on Facebook because the social media platform determined Reductress was sharing clickbait. Read More >>

Spitting Image Could Come Back as an American Remake

Politics is always good for comedy, because the politicians offer so much ammunition for others to take the piss out of them. Especially that Twitter-loving git in the White House. One of the best examples was Spitting Image, though it hasn't appeared on TV screens since 1996. That might change, however, because of the Americans. Read More >>

21 Bizarre Anthropomorphic Maps That Turn Nations Into Animals 

Allegorical, satirical, and comic or serio-comic maps were one of the most popular ways of distributing political propaganda leading up to the Second World War. With countries depicted as human figures, animals, or even monsters, these maps attempted to represent more than just geography — and in doing so, exposed the political biases and sometimes even bigotry of the author. Read More >>

Clickhole Congratulates You on Your Terms of Service Speed-Reading

How many times have you clicked "Agree" to the thousands upon thousands of words in iTunes terms of service agreements after just a few seconds? Twenty times? Fifty? Man—that is some world class speed-reading. Read More >>

The Onion’s iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S5 Review is the Only One You Need to Read

The new iPhones have just hit the streets, and you know what that means: A million reviews comparing the Cupertino fruit stand's newest smartphone to its toughest competition. Don't waste your time. The Onion's comparison is the only one you need to read. Read More >>

Facebook is Testing a Satire Tag to Ensure Stupid People Understand That The Onion Isn’t Real

Everybody will have seen that one idiot on Facebook who believes that websites like The Onion are 100 per cent real and factual, not understanding that they're the digital media equivalent of April Fools' Day. Even if you haven't seen any, there are whole websites devoted to documenting these morons. Maybe that's why Facebook is testing out a satire tag. Read More >>

Code Dicks Parody Site is Your Equal Opportunity Answer to Code Babes

It was only a matter of time. Just a few days after the internet got good and outraged over the wildly absurd, porn-based learn-to-code site Code Babes, we present to you its satirical, equal opportunity cousin. Say hello to Code Dicks. Read More >>

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The Onion’s TED-style Mock App Pitch is Perfect

The Onion's TED talk parodies return with the reveal of a remarkable new app called PicSong that turns your countless photos into music—for anyone who might want to do that for some reason. Read More >>

Spitting Image Turns 30 — Here are Our Five Favourite Moments

If you're a bit old, you might remember Sundays in the 1980s. They weren't very good. Everything was closed. They were usually quite foggy as Morrissey once accurately pointed out, plus the TV was full of sport, pages from Ceefax and Bullseye. The highlight was 10.00pm and the coming of Spitting Image, the first time anyone had ever laughed on a Sunday. Read More >>

Satiregram Is the Only Instagram Account You Need to Follow

The best Instagram that everyone should go follow right now, Satiregram, doesn't have any pictures at all. Or well, that's not completely true. It obviously has pictures but all of its Instagram pictures is just text captions describing terribly cliche pictures you always see on Instagram. It's riot-inducing hilarious because it's absolutely true. Read More >>

The Onion Explains Social Media More Accurately Than Anyone Has Before

The Onion's TED parody series rolls on, with what may be the best—and most scathing—round yet. The target this time? Social media, a joyous place where ideas are a waste of time, and talent is irrelevant. Read More >>

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The Onion Tackles Its Most Important Topic Ever: The History of the Internet

From the first microbial ooze to your most recent Facebook poke, the internet's history is as vast and varied as any major civilization's. Since a subject of this importance deserves only the most stringent satirical savaging, The Onion has—thankfully, blessedly—turned its gaze towards the bits and bytes that have been our ruin and salvation. Read More >>

Duke Nukem 3D for Android: Prepare Yourself for Total Mobile Meltdown

We knew this day would come. Duke Nukem Forever might have been a bona-fide turkey on the next-gen consoles, but the source material still has its fans. Rebirthing the original classic on the Android platform, Duke Nukem 3D is proof positive that you can't keep a good ol' boy down. Read More >>