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  • 0sil8: Brand building robots. Spoof of cutting-edge technology offer.
  • A HorrorScope: Parody of late Jeane Dixon's "Your Horroscope".
  • A Wasted Education: A distraction for all of us that are wasting our educations.
  • All World Knowledge: Offers articles on every technology, every human discovery or endeavor, every social and artistic achievement and every natural phenomenon since the universe began. Includes author profiles.
  • American Lifestyle Survey: Offers a humor poll that tracks American culture. Includes opportunities to voice an opinion on all the things that do not matter.
  • An Office Memo We Will Never See: Spoof of inter-office memo at Stuart Silk Architects regarding administrative, business, human resources, and ethical changes.
  • Andyco.com: Company offers many things that make life worth living. Includes news, research, employment opportunities, employee lounge, FAQ and a virtual tour.
  • BetterDogFood: Firm gives you the dog, and then sells you the food.
  • Bloomdale Jiffies: Megalomaniacal fictional corporation. Featuring strange artworks, unusual military hardware and unorthodox business products.
  • Brampton Folk Festival: Spoof British folk song and dance event. Includes artists, workshops and news.
  • Bush Orwell '04: Electoral campaign site for the Bush-Orwell ticket. Includes a blog, agenda, news, posters, polls and photographs.
  • Captain Safety: Super-hero presents hints for avoiding death, guilt, and responsibility. Includes news, horoscopes and a discussion forum.
  • Confucius Say: Pseudo-quotes attributed to the Chinese sage.
  • Dented Karma Spiritual Surplus: Offers a metaphysical warehouse of savings. Includes crystals, incense, literature, talismans and tarot cards.
  • Department of Homeland Security: Offers a press release announcing an imminent clampdown on the spread of ideas via the Internet.
  • Department of Humor: Offers drawings on topics including television, products and celebrities. Includes polls and a guestbook.
  • Dream Actors' Guild: Coalition of actors who appear in dreams. Frequently asked questions, registration form, and contact information.
  • Dumbentia: Offers motivational posters in PDF format. Includes Internet postcards.
  • Ebay-Gum: Offers an online farmer's auction. Features news and special services.
  • El-Baron: Offers an authoratative guide to digital living. Includes movies, interviews and a diet guide.
  • Endeneu: Offers spoofs of cultural poetry.
  • Fiendster: Offers a network of fiends who are into boring each other or who want to make new fiends quickly. Includes a virtual tour, FAQ and testimonials.
  • Fokitol: A parody of pseudo-pharmaceutical cure-all remedies.
  • Food Safety Music: Offers rewritten rock and roll songs with food safety lyrics. Includes video clips.
  • God Hates Figs: Offers proof that figs are the source of all the world's evil. Includes propaganda, resources and FAQ.
  • GreatInventions.TV: Fantastic and unbelievable gadgets and accessories for the home.
  • Grooms.ca: Placing Canadian men on the cutting edge of the mail order groom business. Includes resumes, photos, and videos.
  • Gun-Control Network: Works to convince lawmakers that they must not be swayed by the self-centered interests of commoners. Includes membership information and a complaint department.
  • Guten Morgen Deutschland: Morning show pokes fun at Nazi Germany. Includes archives, a dictionary, map, forum and chat room.
  • Handgun Control Inc.: Discusses gun control as it relates to private ownership, the government and the gun lobby. Includes polls and games.
  • Has Grigory Efimovich Rasputin Returned?: Provides evidence that Rasputin has returned, and is working as a hacker. Includes photographs.
  • Hatchoo!: Different parody minisites presented in a fake 1990's Yahoo-style interface. Includes FAQ.
  • Holyland Theme Park: Spoof of the Orlando, Florida amusement park. Includes attractions.
  • Huh?: This e-business marketing agency knows how to market itself. Explaining the importance of an expensive table and knowing when to roll up your shirt sleeves.
  • Hummer Dinger: The Sierra Club offers a spoof of the Hummer Web site. Includes advice columns, news and an animated advertisement.
  • Humorscope: A humorous horoscope by Ron Lunde. Available daily or weekly.
  • Insect Rights Activists: A parody of extremist animal rights activists. The original home page of the Insect Rights Activists.
  • It Came From English 101: Poking fun at high school English essays and various other types of prose, written in the style of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
  • It's Time to... save Michael See.com!: Spoof of personal Internet begging scams.
  • Jackass College: Recruiting for a possibly fictional educational institution.
  • JustOneMoreThing.com: Apple news through a parody of Steve Jobs' weblog.
  • Keepsake-Coffins.biz: Aiming to put the fun back into funerals.
  • Knight Trading Group: An unauthorized `resource` of information, multimedia and parody for the Knight Trading Group investor.
  • Laze's Diet Plan: Never has there been such a fast way to lose weight...
  • Lens Cap Cam: Three different web cams, the possibility to control a camera yourself and an archive with images and a downloadable video. I wonder what's behind that lens cap?
  • Leopold's House of Ugly: Parody, animations, and just a dash of adult content.
  • Lip Balm Anonymous: Save yourself from lip balm addiction. Find out if you have a problem, learn from others in recovery, and find out more about the Industry of Addiction.
  • LordCo Centre: Blasphemous and sacrilegious products designed to mock religious beliefs.
  • Lunacy Toons: Animated Lunacy Toons cartoons feature outlandish humor. Original artwork in Flash 5 with political, environmental, religious, toilet and other warped humor.
  • MailOrderHusbands.net: Claiming to be the market leader in mail order male spouses.
  • MarthaSings.com: A parody of the site with Martha Stewart's proclamation of innocence.
  • Mazey Gardens, R.I.P.: M. Wartella's spoof web page for the "Original Outlaw" country singer and his Brick Hit House Band. Includes ordering information for 45 rpm record, "Calling In Dead."
  • Men In Kilts: Poems and jokes related to and celebrities wearing kilts.
  • Merlin's Corners: This site features parodies, soothsayers, commentary, Lord Buckley, auto racing, Sin-Sim, airbrushes, frogs, toads, turtles, chilies, and other insanities.
  • Mexicans in Black: Investigates the appearance of illegal aliens in the New Mexico desert. Includes agent profiles and weapon information.
  • Microsoff: A parody of the Microsoft web site, containing spoof product information and an "interview".
  • Mockery: Spoof pages on a variety of topics.
  • Mothers Against Peeing Standing Up: Concerned individuals who want to stop peeing standing up, support the victims (those who have to clean up), and prevent unnecessary urine stream fragmentation.
  • My Ghetto: A parody of African-American ghetto life.
  • NOPAL - The Official Home: Popular culture spoofs including NOPAL, Mexicans in Black, the M-Files, and The Studio.
  • National Lawn Care Now: A grassroots movement for social justice offering equal lawns for all.
  • National Organization to Outlaw Cellphones: Movement to rid the world of cellphones and save people from phone dependency.
  • National R-CIS Foundation of America: Spoof medical organisation fighting Recto-Cranial Inversion Syndrome.
  • National Rifle Association Christian Bible Choir: Christians who take patriotism one stage too far.
  • Not The Bible: A short bible parody site including stories about the early life of Jesus, a quiz to determine if you are a Sodomite, and the secret of the miracles explained.
  • Official Site of the Goliath Corporation: Humorous site of a vast literary multinational as found in Jasper Fforde's books "The Eyre Affair" and "Lost in a Good Book."
  • PCU George Washington: Parody site dedicated to the "crankowners" who began a bogus Navy adventue in Newport News Shipyard in preparation for an aircraft carrier which was being built to replace "The Love Boat."
  • Pajahmo Research Center: Parody of a huge research center. Funny pics and stories. Check out tip of the month and get your questions answered by the researchers.
  • Parody Pages: Spoof movies, advertisements, celebrities, companies and products.
  • Pea City News & Events: Pea City, Landsfill County's guide to real estate, careers, finance, and opportunities.
  • Peterson's Parodies: Original parodies of lyrics to well-known songs.
  • Phatboy's House of Phat: This site is so phat that it should go on a diet.
  • Planet of the Apes - funkified!: A parody of the classic sci-fi film.
  • Postcard Madness: A lampoon of the practice of sending travel postcards while on vacation as a not-so-subtle means of bragging, using real life examples.
  • Preparing for emergencies: By the HM Department of Vague Paranoia. Advices nobody should really follow.
  • Project Bike Hotrod: Spoof of government conspiracy to cover up the existence of 'Above Top Secret' hypersonic craft.
  • PsychotiCorp: A parody on Corporate America, its business practices and products.
  • Reuben Kinkade - Painter of Stuff: Parodies of Thomas Kinkade paintings, featuring the work of his long-lost brother, Reuben (formerly manager of The Partridge Family).
  • SATANKOCKHOR: Spoof charity: the Society Against The Absolutely Needless Kicking Of Canines, Kids, Handicapped, Old, and Retarded people.
  • Savannah Says: Romance advice no-one should actually take.
  • Save Barbie: Parody site about a Barbie doll who is in serious financial debt.
  • SaveTheCEO.com: CEO cyberpanhandling to move operations offshore at the expense of domestic workers.
  • Scott Loeb's Comedy and Parody Songs: Parodies of songs by people such as Toto, Radiohead, Oasis, Bob Dylan.
  • Send Bob To Mars: Man seeks support to help him accomplish his life-long dream of flying a rocketship to Mars to raise sheep.
  • Sloan Squared - Scottish Humour: Kids rebelling against popular programming, mark hamill haters, people who like to rant. Consequently quite a bit of immature swearing.
  • Spaz Out New York: Part parody and part satire, with a humorous look at life for urban New Yorkers.
  • Technical Virgin: Site exploring alternative means for teenagers to keep their virginity while still having fun. Includes bogus TV ads.
  • Terror-o-matic: Homeland Alert System parody.
  • The Big Box: Fictional large retailer, operating mega-malls that close all other local businesses down.
  • The Brothers Grinn Reams O' Fun Websiteorama!: Parodies, spoofs and interviews with people like Scott Kurtz, creator of the web comic PvP, and Robert Darden of The Door Magazine.
  • The Burlesque Bronte Collection: Profiles of the Bronte family's lesser-known members, such as Bigbird and the Bronte Bluesman. Includes sketches and photographs.
  • The Helium Boob: A novel approach to surgical augmentation by using lighter-than-air gas.
  • The International University of Nescience: The leader in apathetic and agnostic education since the second Millennium.
  • The Jokery: Offers jokes, photos, articles, news, and cartoons.
  • The Lair of the Vermicious Kanid: Professional wrestling spoof site.
  • The Mantis Society Member Homepage: Site of `group` that revolves around an insect, the Preying Mantis.
  • The Many Faces of Chris: Chris lends his face to parody famous people. Includes a poll.
  • The National Rhinophilic Association: A `group` of well-meaning rhinos spoof modern human life, with fake news, parodies, personals, movie reviews and requests for charitable donations.
  • The Official Musical Sciences Web Page: Comedy, fake movie news and video clips.
  • The People's Republic of Crumm Mountain NY: Offers a mecca for freaks, intellectuals, punk rockers, anarchists and those disaffected with society in some way. Offers news, history, government information and articles.
  • The Slingshot: Parody of British Victorian and Edwardian juvenile periodicals, featuring thrilling and unlikely adventure stories and articles.
  • The Source: A parody of personal websites and the horrors that lurk within them.
  • The Temple of the Gods of Coffee: This is a site for coffee fanatics, the temple for the worshippers of the Holy Elixir. May the Holy Bean guide you.
  • The University of Lucastan: A parody of a full-featured institution of higher learning.
  • The VanderHawk Pages: Offers self-hypnosis and dream analysis. Includes a crossword puzzle.
  • The White House: Parody of official White House web site. Includes spoof news and gossip.
  • These Weapons of Mass Destruction Cannot Be Displayed: Spoof of Microsoft's error message page. Includes remedies for George Bush, the United Nations and Western European countries.
  • Thinking About Stupidity In Our Scholars: Parody of "Thinking About Violence in Our Schools" by Barry Kort PhD and Nancy Williams MS.
  • Twisted Humor - The Parody Pages: Original humor and satire including the Psychic Blackmail Network, Subliminal Apathy, The Application to be God. Plus movie parodies such as Feed Willy and You've Got Spam.
  • Vicious Reality: A site created to make fun of the pitiful, disgraceful sites on the web.
  • What Would Dave Do: Agony uncle, you can e-mail him your questions. Just don't expect a serious reply.
  • WiFi-SM: Spoof product enabling you to empathise with the suffering of people portrayed in the media.
  • Wisdom of Confucius: Offers a short collection of pseudo-quotes, mostly about men.
  • Woburn Tiger: Offers demotivational posters for the South Carolina Gamecocks. Includes a message board.
  • WorldConned: A hilarious and sometimes irreverent parody of WorldCom and MCI.
  • Wow - Whatta Dorcus!: Offers a collection of men's fashion photography from the 50's, 60's and 70's. Includes company history.
  • YD Industries: Features a pseudo-company that skewers the heart of consumer culture. Offers a catalog of products, advertisements, and company bulletins.
  • You're Probably Lost: Parody articles and items. Home of "Insensitivity E-Cards," "Snag-a-Dolphin Kits," "Perpetually Young Lion Cubs" and much more chewy fun stuff.
  • Zebramoth Security Escorts: Mad Max style vehicular security escorts through the wasteland. Protection from roving highway bandits, road pirates and hijackers.
  • eBaby: Auctions babies at discount prices. Includes bidding and selling instructions.
  • iCyberserve: No matter what system your business runs, no matter what your databand needs, iCyberserve will be there.
  • pBay: Spoof auction site with humorous listing for ghastly tat.
  • timiCom.com: timiCom's global web presence for all its constituent brands, including software, careers and news.

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