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  • 12 Foot Cock: A cynic's view of the world. Featuring rants, sports and everyday life.
  • 4ounces.com: Political commentary and humor from both sides of the aisle. Includes discussion forums.
  • A Hopeless World: Murphy's laws, quotes, taglines, last words, sayings of losers, and funny definitions.
  • AbeWelle.com: Homepage of Minneapolis writer Abe Welle, former KUMM radio host and newspaper columnist. With satirical media commentary and Bad Relationships comic strip.
  • Adventures in Advertising: Commentary about current events and pop culture, by an ad man.
  • Ahmed Kazikian Industry: Company offering waste removal, fine dining, unlicensed psychiatry, and bodyguard service and having the ultimate goal of world domination.
  • Al Qaeda News: Terrorist sleeper cell activation page.
  • Alliance of Black Lesbian Jewish Vegetarian Dwarfs: Asking for donations in the fight for rights.
  • Analgram: Absurd coverage of real and imaginary news from across the country and around the world.
  • Asian Underground: A satirical look at Asian life through spoof news, personal views, and current affairs in the UK and South Asia.
  • BNN: A flippant look at the Israel-Palestinian conflict, focusing on current news, events, and political leaders.
  • Ballygobackwards: Features commentary from Northern Ireland. Includes archives and links.
  • Banana - Coconut Magazine: News, commentary, and rants in an effort to combat ignorance and racism.
  • Bastard Powered: Ridicule and political commentary. Offers rants and discontent.
  • Bitter Thoughts: A collection of articles about the world and its events. Includes an animated series called The Intermissions.
  • Black People Love Us: A fictional white couple and their flubbed attempts to relate to black people.
  • Blue Collar: Journal of Cameron Davis, a beaver who spends too much time on the internet.
  • Bob's Fridge Door: Features include Skewpoint, Stuff, Not for Dummies, Parody Section and About Bob. Since 1999.
  • Boot Camp Daze: Features a gallery of photos with captions and letters home.
  • Bozo Sightings: Contains stories and recently taken photos of the clown haunting people.
  • Brain Bullets: Features articles and observations. Includes archive, family, comics and nutrition.
  • BrainBabble Online: Comment and rants about society.
  • Brightly Colored: A collection of sarcastic prose, rants and information.
  • Built for Power: A spoof celebrity.
  • Burned Out Match: Articles and comments. Features thought of the Week, Beyond the Boundaries, pictures and 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.
  • Canned Ham: Satirical British news by an insane monkey, a whiny liberal, and a scary robot.
  • CeXneT: Right-wing multimedia based humor on a variety of controversial topics.
  • Censored Porn Site: No pop-ups, no nudity, no bad language (only bad English), no links, no porn. Nothing.
  • Cheesegod.com: Making fun of the stuff that makes up daily life. Features fake news, reviews, and Crudpants links.
  • Chew on This: Offers humor and criticism of everything from current events to politics, religion, and people.
  • Chihuahuaboy: Features editorials, cartoons, poetry and archives.
  • Chortler.com: Departments include the Bush Dictionary, Korean emoticons, Great Moments, Up Close and archives.
  • Chuck and Cletus: Fake reporting, captioned pictures and commentary. Features thoughts, comics and stories.
  • CollegeBlows.com: A weblog that features writings and rantings of a current undergrad.
  • Comedy Avenue: Offers a feature story, archives, and the Horny Men's Club Novel.
  • Commentalcase.com: Cynical commentary on a variety of topics.
  • Conjecture News: Collection of stories and essays.
  • Crazy Auctions: Listing bidding on facetious categories including magic things, other persons, knowledge and sex.
  • Crazylanka: Culture, politics, history and railways with a Sri Lankan theme.
  • Crumbs from Heaven: Selection of stories, letters, facts and reports.
  • Cyberpunk News Network: Features audiovisual burlesque.
  • Cybershite.com: Categories include news, audio, and downloads. Features the dump of the month.
  • DeadBrain UK: Spoofs British politicians and other global issues.
  • DeadBrain US: Spoofs current US events and politics.
  • Death In Douglas: Features quotes, polls, articles, and archives. Lawsuits welcome.
  • Denounce Newswire: Parodies of company press releases.
  • Different Gwavy: Collections of writing and articles featuring opinions and rants on various topics.
  • Digital Bitterness: Commentary and comedy of the jaded variety. Featured sections include games, rants, articles and ad-vice.
  • Dirt Central: Sections include top stories, politics, science and religion. Features an archive.
  • Disturber of the Peace Institute: Categories include buffoons, lawyers, know nothings and witches.
  • Disturbing Headlines from the Earth: Details the happenings following the 9/11 tragedies, including violent mobs and other bizarre tales.
  • Doagh Net: News site spoof featuring September 29, 2001.
  • Don Quixote Rides Again: Offers biweekly humor columns and commentary written by writers whose identities have been changed to protect the guilty.
  • DougRoberson.com: 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.
  • Dreamformula.com: A collection of how-to guides, quizes and commentary.
  • Dullard Times: Political commentary. Updated bi-monthly.
  • Duncan Expose: Sections include news, opinions, and columnists.
  • End Evil: Satirical news, political articles and quotes. Also features movie and game reviews.
  • Enraged Baboon Headquarters: Offers satirical commentary on current events, entertainment, celebrities and sports figures.
  • Entropy Effect: Features stories, pictures, police logs and sports figures.
  • Erick's Satire: Contains stories, political commentary and adventures. Focused on Israel.
  • Evil.com: Commentary on celebrities, events and current affairs.
  • FFS News: Subjects include natural disasters, marketing and crime.
  • Faktorial: Comment on politics and current events.
  • Fal.net: Features misfortune cookies, 101 least lists, and the giant angry weblog.
  • Fat Dancer: UK-based publication that features politics, sex, television and the cult of celebrity.
  • Festivus: Features the pseudonews, opinions, letter, archives, and a message board.
  • Fiorin: Stories about a fictitious young journalist's struggle to make it in London.
  • Frankly Unfriendly Catholics: Religous attitudes examined and revealed, plus a quiz.
  • Franko's Trailer Park: Features bottom-feeder family and other freaks of this Texas community.
  • Fraudutek Industries: Spoof corporation presents goals and products.
  • From The Desk Of: Spoof memos from the desks of politicians and famous people.
  • FruitfulEnvironment.com: Features archives, a gallery, mystery and about the author.
  • Fungal Haven: The darkside of nostalgia, religion and wrestling. Features cartoon, game and toy reviews.
  • Funny Online: Offers columns ranging from how to cheat on a midterm to why we need a female president.
  • Get Odd: Bogus news featuring fun and games, pranks and tricks, and stories.
  • Global Village Idiot: Mockery, conspiracy theories, political essays and arts reviews.
  • GoEffYourself.com: Directing anger at irritating and annoying people.
  • God's Right Hand: Offers political rants, access of evil, and gallery of stories.
  • Grackle News: World events from a Texas perspective.
  • Group for Animal Emancipation: Mocking terrorism, extremism and the media.
  • Halffull.org: Offers user articles, daily thoughts, polls and commentary,
  • Hell Casino Resort & Spa: Las Vegas based hotel offering wrath, gluttony, sloth, avarice, envy, and pride.
  • Helloi: Spoof of the supermarket gossip magazines. Features the wedding.
  • Home Despot: Features include rants, skits, dreams, politics, and short stories.
  • Home Of The Right Wing Conspiracy: Farcical monthly rant to members.
  • Horn Of Plenty: Pilloring news, dress, lifestyle and motoring.
  • Humor Is Dead: Features social and politcal critique. Departments include an archive, movies, gallery and tech review.
  • Humor Me Online: Interactive commentary on current affairs, news, media and other topics. Visitors can submit material or take part in a contest.
  • HurriCraft: Spoof company offers manned kites for flying in a hurricane. Features news history and terminology.
  • Hutchinson and Manning Studios: Commentary on people as well as random stories.
  • I'm Smarter Than You: Features opinions, editorials, reviews, and music.
  • Iconoclast: Features daily notebook, in the news, film reviews and today's rant.
  • Idleworm: Features commentary and Flash animations about celebrities, current event, politics and war.
  • Ifeellikebitching.com: Presents rants about life, automobiles, services and every day living. Features the WTF list.
  • In A Perfect World: Offers a monthly article and a history of the author.
  • International Jewish Conspiracy.: A satirical newsletter mocking white supremacists and other idiots - all from a particular perspective.
  • Islamic Press United: Lampoons issues of society, culture, and politics in the Muslim world.
  • It Sucks to be Joe: Features a so called real life soap opera. Offers a cast of characters and the stories.
  • JamesSocol.com: Reporting on topical and fantastical news events, plus a discussion forum.
  • JayPinkerton.com: Original articles, essays, fiction, urban legends and art.
  • Jesus is Hitler: Features include a rant, nazimail, a timeline, artifacts and FAQ.
  • Jiggs Casey: Targets include politics, movies, music, relationships, college life, and booty.
  • Jokezine.com: A look at politics, entertainment, and the internet.
  • JoshWay.com: Sections include essays, views, journal, movies and music.
  • Junk Brothers News: Features movie reviews, weather for the year, news stories and trivia tests.
  • Just Plain Pookie: Caricature of personal home pages. Features tongue-in-cheek funpages.
  • Just Ram It: Opinions and rants. Categories include TV, movies, music, people and politics.
  • Knives and Liars: Raw commentary on a variety of subjects. Features newsflash, sponsor parodies and back issues.
  • Kput Komedy Ink: Offers magazine covers, audio skits, and commentary. Featuring News, Views & Libel, Gulp Fiction, the novel and archives.
  • Lance and Eskimo: Features columns on movies and the media, reviews, Flash movies and games.
  • Les Pages aux Folles: Weekly topical rantings about politics, entertainment and the everyday.
  • Lethal Death: Commentary, reviews, essays, comics and advice.
  • Mad Dog's Leaflets: Collection of English version pamphlets offered to Iraq.
  • MadeUpNews.com: Mockery of real situations. Sections include front page, comics, editorials, horoscope and advice.
  • McLir's Synaptic Junction: Comment on under-reported news, satirical writing, images and parodies.
  • Merlin Foundation: Offers current news, psychic services, research library and breaking legislation.
  • Mind of Brian: Offers rants and commentary on sports, politics, society, the media and music.
  • Ministry of Idiots: Featured content includes the media, philosophy, fiction and world idiocy.
  • Minke.com: Rants, blog supermarket mag rip-offs. Features quick links and traveller's tale.
  • Mock Spatchcock: Features commentary on popular culture, history and the workplace.
  • Modern Mess: A collection of stories about this day and age. Includes an archive.
  • Moot: Comment, poetry and advice covering government and personal issues. Visitors can submit their own material.
  • Movementarian.com: Lampooning news worldwide. Topics include technology, business, food, culture and religion.
  • Movie Juice: Sarcastic reviews. Features a diary and archives.
  • Munsoned.com: Dedicated to those who had it all and then failed. Featured sections include sports, people, things and contact.
  • Muskrat News: Features research reports and line of the day. Lampooning foreign affairs and ranting.
  • Netboredom: Facetious, but realistic shops. Also features Store and Neurad Technologies.
  • NewZoid: Offers spoof headlines, ticker, archives and votes.
  • Newsy News: Published weakly. Features rants and protests.
  • Nggalai.com: Reviews and observations. Updated sporadically.
  • Niiice.com: Commentary on US politics and current affairs.
  • None But the Righteous: A source of fake news and commentary from the right point of view.
  • NonprofitableTech: Fictitious company in the nonprofit sector. Features pricing, job opportunities, and a list of partners.
  • Nuacht.Pro.IE: Offers stories, parodies of the news, polls and quotes. From Ireland about Europe.
  • Oddtidings: Specializes in commentary, essays, freakshows, village idiots, and the curious.
  • Off-Kilter: Syndicated newspaper column featuring offbeat articles.
  • OneBollock: Featuring news by Kinky Soho Mark, spoof UK TV station Channel 23, the fish of knowledge, and random club generator.
  • Only in America: Offers droll reports on human activities.
  • Outside the Asylum: Features include worldviews, stray thoughts, women, sex and about the author.
  • Ow: Offers a view of the world, pop cultural and political commentary.
  • Paul and Carls Daily Diatribe: Features commentary and rants. Offers archives and links.
  • Perpetrator X: Departments include news, offers and about us. Customize the content and email links.
  • Phynet.com: Features comics, rants, and poems of a crazed Irishman.
  • Pitabrunch, Satura Lanx: Satirical commentary about Israeli society.
  • Planet Trash: Features a sarcastic view of the world. Offers news, stories, and a message.
  • PlanetDave: A mockery of the news. Features stories, top tens, dotcom disasters and TV shows.
  • PlunderMaxx: A collection of corporate attitudes, press releases, and a mission statement. Includes a user liability statement.
  • Pophangover.com: Sarcastic takes on pop culture, tv, movies, radio, celebs.
  • Popkult: Categories include archive, celebrity news, and rough planet guides.
  • Procrastinate Now: Offers the rantings of a legal clerk. Features include solicitors, the list, and general articles.
  • Raging Donkey: Comment on news, media and life.
  • Real News Central: A sarcastic look at the world of journalism.
  • RealBullshit International: Dedicated to political and social satire/humor. Includes press releases and an audio archive.
  • Reality Syndicate: A collection of articles, sound clips and movies. Requires Flash.
  • Rebelholler.com: Political satire from a libertarian conservative perspective. Features news parodies, short stories and lampoons of historical documents.
  • Republicans Get Caught With Their Pants Down: Reports on the sexual activities of over 100 Republicans; affairs, criminal arrests, and remarks.
  • Right on the Mark: Politics and social commentary. Lampooning of popular culture.
  • Rob Bloom: Humorous comment on news and current events plus original cartoons.
  • Sake-Drenched Postcards: Delivers a weekly column that features Japanese culture.
  • SatireOnline.com: Articles, shorts and irrelevant information.
  • SatireWire: Spoof of news site. Includes stories, features, and gossip.
  • Satirium: Original satirical comment from William Stockton.
  • Saucers: Offers interplanetary, extraterrestrial paranoia.
  • Schnheiderclub.co.uk: The life and times of John Schneider. Features biopsy, interview, and Film/TV credits.
  • Scrambled: Features the lighter side of news, short stories, snippets and the comic strip Crackhead & Hatch.
  • Scum Online: Features business, bizarre, media and shite award.
  • Self Help: Commentary on cigarette smoking, obesity, drug addiction, depression, alcoholism, bad relationships, excessive gambling and hemorrhoids.
  • Septi-Verse: Offers fake news and tales of stupidity. Features archives.
  • Severe Tire Damage: Features articles from different authors on a wide variety of topics.
  • Sheep Overboard: Poking fun at world, national, and community issues, with a soft spot for things ovine.
  • Shufflingdead.com: A collection of articles, comics and forums commenting on the ordinary and the every day.
  • Siberia Gym: A look at a Russian club. Features pictures, history and testimonials.
  • Sister Randy: Sister Randy is a smoking nun who shoots from the lip and wears a sexy Freudian slip beneath her conservative black habit.
  • Skreed: Sections include the arts, media, stories, politics and commentary.
  • Smirknet: A directory of unintended web humor. Features religious, the arts, the office, and the news.
  • So You've Decided to be Evil: Primer detailing the eight essential steps to becoming a successful member of the forces of darkness.
  • Sportalicious: A look at sports reporting. Features stories, radio, the wire, about us and archives.
  • SportsPickle.com: Fake current events with a sports theme.
  • Spygot: Sections include opinion, conspiracy, news and links.
  • Sticking It To The Man: Anti-establishment commentary featuring corporate greed and stupid businesses.
  • Studio 8 Entertainment: Features articles, TV show, characters, campus dirt, music, comics, reviews and special reports.
  • Stuff 802: Offers dark humour and social observations. Features include Potatoes Ate My Grandma and Modern Life is Rubbish.
  • Stupidest.com: Includes quotes from famous people, satirical commentary on politicians and other newsmakers, lists, news items, and facts detailing stupidity in the world today.
  • Super Spoof Productions: Global and Canadian news examined, fictitious dot coms and made-up movie reviews.
  • Surly Heckler: Essays, reviews, and agendum. Includes archives, regularly updated.
  • SyberShack: Offers short stories, past issues, submissions and company news.
  • Tale Wins: Collection of stories by various authors.
  • Tales From The Sea Side: A collection of stories from the pages of The Tramore Strand, an Irish local magazine.
  • Tandem.ca: Sections include news, Canada, entertainment, and sports. Offers an archive.
  • Temple of Black Jesus: Features a homeless evangelical street preaching prophet.
  • That Be Bristle: Monthly tongue in cheek publication from and about Bristol UK.
  • The Asheville Disclaimer: Asheville, NC parody publication spoofs local and national stories.
  • The Beige Site: Everything that you want to know about old people including how much does one cost.
  • The Biggins McMunch Corporate Experience: Offers services, careers and current affairs.
  • 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.
  • The Bladder: An Australian site focusing on Cricket, Australian Rules Football and other sports.
  • The Boredom Times: Humorous and fake news articles; some satirical, some hysterical. Features include sports, health, politics and weather.
  • The Brains Trust: Sections include today's top story, international, politics and science. Features the best of and archives by department.
  • The Broderick Sheets: Humorous observations applied to current event photos. Updated weekly.
  • The Brushback: Online news magazine covering the USA sports scene.
  • The Bureau of Missing Socks: Devoted to solving the mystery. Features explanations, literature and questionnaire.
  • The Comedic Fabians: Offers weekly articles and rants, and a cartoon feature by James Simpson.
  • The Cool Guy Files: Explores cool male archetypes, sayings and lifestyles.
  • The Cougarstein Ramble: Song parodist and humorist. Features lyrics, news commentary, and CDs.
  • The Culture Department: Categories include high school correspondent, the guys, Dante's pit of advice, web cam and the Hollywood geek machine.
  • The Cynic's Sanctuary: Features an explanation, dictionary, hall of fame and message board. Includes things to be cynical about.
  • The Cynical Times: Offers feature articles and movie reviews.
  • The Cynical Web Site: A source quotes and Murphyisms. Features a dictionary.
  • The Daily Bull: Offers include latest headlines, articles and the Mobile edition. Features a forum.
  • The Daily Truth: Presents commentary and humor. Includes obituaries, archives and information about the contributors and Cowchip, Alabama.
  • The Devil's Digital Dictionary: Modern phrases and buzzwords explained and defined.
  • The Doublepatty Enquirer: Features articles of humour, a selection of rants and commentary on life. Includes a portfolio, movie reviews and a blog.
  • The Dumbing Down of America: Essays and ramblings by Val Peterson.
  • The Enduring Vision: Featuring satirical news stories, and humorous pictures. Updated weekly.
  • The Eschalot: Family-friendly news satire on popular topics.
  • The Fake News: A collection of stories and an archive.
  • The IK Files: Features a gallery of pictures, horoscopes, and rantings of a troll.
  • The Illander Newspaper: April Fools news parody from Pensacola Beach, Florida. 2003 edition.
  • The Landfill: Features articles, reviews, garbage and humchee survivor.
  • The Last Laugh: Political commentary on current events. Features articles, archives and Dr. Bill.
  • The Limerick Savant: Commentary about current events and popular culture in the form of limericks.
  • The Midway: Comments on the media, politics and current affairs.
  • The Misanthropic Bitch: Rants on a variety of topics, including current affairs, politics and social issues.
  • The Naughty Pig: Offers so called news stories, top nines lists, and archives. Australian-based.
  • The New Forum: Covering politics, current events, religion, media, science, and morality.
  • The Onion: A farcical newspaper featuring world, national and community news.
  • The Piña: Collection of stories, comments and talking back.
  • The Pothole Post: News, sports, movies, and general advice.
  • The Prague Stepchild: Collection of fictitious news stories from around the world.
  • The Reader's Doglist: Sections include articles, recipes, and activities.
  • The San Fernando Valley Times: Featuring wacky ads, a local entertainment guide and love advice from the Elephant Man. Updated monthly.
  • The Satirical World of Colin Cohen: Offers video, animation, audio, and prose. Features Modest Proposal, The House of Kidz, and a biography.
  • The Satirist: Cultural journal. Features trends in arts, literature and politics.
  • The Shrubbery: Rants, raves, and comedy. Features columns, movie and music reviews, and archives.
  • The Simon: Weekly articles, stories and features. Includes an archive.
  • The Society For Chicken Love: Offers information on fighting for rights and justice for chickens.
  • The Squirrel Nest: Offers articles and commentary. Features the song Baghdad Bob.
  • The Stray Lake Signal-Gazette: A fictional weekly newspaper about a small town and its citizens.
  • The Theme Farm Observer: Animated mockery of current events and opinions. Features top stories, forum and sneak previews.
  • The Toilet Paper: A collection of rants and stories from 1997-2000. Includes an award review.
  • The Toque: Offers stories, headlines, weekly news, sexual health and archives. Canadian source.
  • The Twinkles Hakim Archives: Features press clippings, articles and the personal scrapbook.
  • The Untrue North: Toronto's satirical, weekly online newspaper. Fake news, sports, entertainment, op-ed and more. We publish reader submissions.
  • The Unwanted Statesman: Social commentary. Offers a weekly feature and archives.
  • The Valley Online: Offers a rant, fiction and archives. Includes contact info.
  • The Van Gogh-Goghs: Essays, parodies, and sketch comedy. Features include Dr. Sodas, career slumps, and VGGTV.
  • The Washington Pox: News spoof, Features front page and archives.
  • The Witty Title: Features articles and editorials lampooning the ordinary. Includes archives and a forum.
  • The Wolf: Features a mockery of current events, Christian humor, computer stories and pictures.
  • The Wolf and Saddam: A modern fable featuring United States policy toward Iraq.
  • The Wondrously Random World: Features include the must-be-answered questions, the monkey page, boring, haggis, and puce.
  • The World According to Pete: Politics, pop culture, society-at-large, relationships according to the blog author.
  • The World Of Stanley Tuesday: Features a cartoon character and rantings about popular culture and other musings.
  • The Writing Works: A collection of sketches and scripts intended to ridicule authority and offend convention.
  • The Yam: Offbeat articles about world issues and personal stories.
  • The-Satirist: Features social and political commentary, and humorous fiction. Also accepts reader contributions.
  • TheLastAvailableWebsite.com: Commentary on current events and daily life. Features archives and contact info.
  • TheWerd.com: Categorized articles include news, sports, media, cars, sex, and food. A community effort.
  • Think Dammit: Offers biased views of current events, media culture, and foreign and domestic politics.
  • Thorax Corporation: Faux corporate lampooning bad web pages, ebusiness, and internet scams.
  • Toad a la Mode: Features a waiting and whine list, and a menu of articles, commentary and news.
  • TomDotCom: Features the online ranting forum for the Wakendaw Bunch. From Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
  • Tomorrow's News: Features top story, Mr. Underwear Man, Mr. Manners, celebrity gossip and cartoons. Also an archives.
  • Total Manipulation: Offers sideways view of entertainment. Features rants, picture collections, and a blog.
  • TotallyTamarind.com: Features news rants, movie ramblings, media and people.
  • Town Bike: Features comic headlines, articles, commentary and rants.
  • Truth Be Known: Features stories, random quotes and rants from Rabbit and Weasel.
  • Truth or Derrick: An archive of articles includes rants, film reviews and dear Santa letters.
  • Tudor Times: Stories and news presented as if written in 1400-1600 A.D. Also contains links to the actual inspirations for the articles, plus reference resources.
  • Turtle Portal: Features include Trans Global Chronicle, Time Machine Tribune, Godzorro, Kingpin Tin, Killer Greely and World Stealth. Offers animated presentations, magazine formats, commentary and stories.
  • Tweak: Stories, comics and images illustrate a twisted look at reality.
  • UK Daily Satire: Poking fun at the British government and people.
  • Uncle Deercamp: An experiment in artificial stupidity. Features eye garbage and ear wax downloads.
  • Uncle Stupid: Tracks absurd news stories. Features include bizarre, quotes and opinions.
  • Under Construction: Spoof online newspaper. Includes British and world news, fake ads, and social commentary.
  • Utaloza: Map, facts and figures, information on cities, art, government, notable citizens, postal stamps, and sports of the imaginary country.
  • Utica Blows Productions: Dedicated to expose the hideousness through various forms of media. Features Welcome to K2 and The Unofficial Mr. X Web Page.
  • Veerus: Features a collection of rants and opinions written by the members.
  • Vitreous Humor: Humorous and satirical cartoons, comedic articles and eyeball gloop.
  • Wasted Network: Satirical comment on life, current events and celebrities, plus parodies and jokes.
  • Weasel No More: Rants and social comment, plus a guide to identifying those people who are really weasels.
  • What Would the Fonz Do?: Features include parody and mis-information.
  • White Washed Web: Offbeat comment on current events, plus poetry and ramblings.
  • World War Bush: A collection of sarcastic rants on a range of subjects about the president.
  • Wreckered: Monthly features with a Scottish theme. Offers sports, lifestyle and news.
  • Youth Suicide: Features rants, reviews, and games. Offers banners and wallpapers.
  • dummy.down: Features articles, audio and archives. Unsocial commentary on business, government and the media.
  • eNormicom: Brand strategy offering a twist. Featuring the Nametron 3000.
  • eSLASHculture: Attacks on the most ridiculous aspects of popular culture. Including trends, celebrities, movies, and books. New articles are added each week.
  • iBob Entertainment: Provides satire, parody, and commentary on events and celebrities.
  • miniatureporcelaindolls.com: Wide ranging spoofs and commentary on life, culture and business.
  • myMosquito: Features world news, stories, commentary and archives. From India.
  • the RE:public: Features a collection of articles and rants written by its members.

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