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  • All Info About Comedy: A comprehensive guide to British humour.
  • Band Aid Dilemma: Campaign encouraging people to buy the Band Aid 20 single in aid of the Sudanese refugees, and then take photographs of the single being destroyed in amusing ways.
  • Beachcomber (J.B. Morton): A tribute to the English humourist 'Beachcomber' (J.B. Morton, 1893-1975). His work has inspired Spike Milligan, Private Eye and Monty Python.
  • Bizarre Bazaar: For all things weird and wonderful. Funny Picture galleries,competitions, items for sale, egreetings and mail-a-mate.
  • Channel Z Television: Chronicles the adventures and misadventures of a fictional satellite TV station. Includes biographies for and gossip about staff members, blurbs about programs, and station history.
  • Christophe Courtin: A mix of jokes and weird news and facts.
  • Clown Kevin: Circus, Puppets and Magic to see, games to play, and party planning tips from clown Kevin.
  • Club Beer: Cult British site celebrating music that only sounds good when you're drunk. Plus take the "Are You Drunk?" test, spoof drunk celebrity dating agency and read the pub making tips.
  • Comedy Monologues: Fairly truthful tales from the North of England. Comedy monologues in the classic style written and illustrated by Gary Hogg.
  • Comedy Online London: Stand up comedy and cabaret listings for clubs, pubs, comedians and comedy venues in London.
  • Satirical comment on news, poltics and celebrities.
  • Daily Reckless: Parody of tabloid newspaper.
  • Dan Sroka's Unpublished Proceedings: Contains adult humour, satire and comedy from writer Dan Sroka. 3 stories per volume.
  • Dean and Nigel: How to blend in by Dean and Nigel.
  • Dick's House: Enjoy Dick's double entendres and send one of his naughty e-greetings. Search the cartoon house via the animated house-cam to catch Dick and Fanny up to no good.
  • Disappointment.: Eclectic site from the UK which features spoofs of scripts, magazines, and personalities; musings on stalking celebrities; and a section on Basil Brush.
  • DizzyBint: 80's memories, bint trumps, pictures, CD & DVD reviews, Everything for todays bint!
  • DoshTracker: Where Has My Money Been?: Tracking British Sterling notes.
  • EasyRocket: Budget space travel and holidays. Includes price list and launch schedule.
  • Fact Sheep: Displays an interesting or unusual fact from an evergrowing database. Visitors can submit facts of their own for inclusion.
  • Fat Dancer: UK based satirical publication on topics that include politics, love, sex and television.
  • Feel Welcome: Joke art, comedy photography and very short fiction.
  • First Foot: Covers the myth, magic, beliefs and baloney, history, mystery and blistery feet upon the walk of Scottish life that is Hogmanay.
  • Fungus Turret: Euphemisms galore at this fungi themed comedy site.
  • Funky Stuff: Downloads, jokes, online games, free E-mail, illusions, and message board.
  • Gremlins Silly Pages: Jokes, cartoons, animations, and links.
  • HGV: A satirical look at the driving of HGVs on the roads of the UK, as viewed from the car behind.
  • Harbottles Encyclocopedia: A light-hearted educational site. More fact than funny.
  • Spoof news and satire from London's swinging Beak Street.
  • Inside Martin's Brain: Insane ramblings and other irrelevant issues from Martin's brain!
  • Its A Funny Old Game: Weekly football and sports satire.
  • JamieLand: Land of Jamie O'Neill from Hereford, UK.
  • JardMail: Repository of humourous, witty and amusing emails and attachments. With a comprehensive search engine, regular updates of new material and a weekly mailing list.
  • Jobless Centre: Your online guide to surviving life on the dole.
  • John Fanzine: Surreal/scarey animations and humour for humans.
  • Lyme Juice: Offbeat reports of news and events in the Lyme Regis area of West Dorset.
  • Madame Cholets Homepage: A parody of life as a womble and the typical English housewife.
  • Michael Kelly's Page of Misery: Fun, misery, saloon-bar leftism.
  • Military Humour: The British serviceman is famous for being able to laugh at himself. True stories and jokes from British Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen serving, past and present, around the world.
  • Misbehave: A collection of twisted humor, funny stories, news, cartoons and interviews.
  • Monty Python Media: A selection of Monty Answer Machine Messages, Icons, Sounds and Wallpapers for your enjoyment.
  • My Nan Could Do Angry? Frustrated? Fed up? Want to whinge and complain? Come on over and get it all off your chest! News and forums of all things rubbish in the world.
  • Nickname Generators: Slushy Valentine's day nickname. Disliked boss's nickname creator and the surreal - your food nickname creator.
  • Not David Bailey - Catalogue of Strange Photography: Featuring: News, postcards, jigsaws, and competition.
  • Online Lads: The finest taste in lads humour. Chaps at the cutting edge of ladism.
  • Other Listings Magazine: Satirical and surreal reader-submitted television listings.
  • Parish Newsletter of Upper Quireboye: A humerous look at country life through the pages of the Parish Newsletter of the village of Upper Quireboye and the parish church of St Fellatio.
  • Pub Fight: Answering the age old question 'Who would win a fight between...?'
  • Puckoon: Includes spoof newsletter Puckoon News and message board and mailing list.
  • Serious Crisp Investigation: Dedicated to legendary or obscure childhood snacks.
  • Sophie's Cartoons: Cartoons by a British cartoonist about work, food, computers, Y2k, women, cars, camels, life.
  • Suffocate: Joke site, links and forum.
  • TV Go Home: Near-the-knuckle spoof TV listings. Surreal North London media-centric programming.
  • TV Misguidance: Surreal television listings assembled from fragments of real ones.
  • The Adventures of Mini Simon: The adventures of a cardboard cutout visiting some of Cardiff's nightspots.
  • The Adventures of Tom & Robin: The humourous fables of two students with too much time on their hands with comical adventures and projects, guides to life and top 100 lists.
  • The Brains Trust: Sections include today's top story, international, politics and science. Features the best of and archives by department.
  • The Brishish Invasion Squadron: Based around a `group` of friends from Motley Fool message board after it went subscription only, with an ID parade, a selection of quizzes and caption competitions.
  • The Bunce: A satirical magazine, using comedy to address issues in Western society.
  • The Clan McMidgey from Bonnie Scotland: These fun loving characters are available for the promotion of Scottish tourism and products. Children will also love these cute little midgeys.
  • The Crappy Animation Cinema Foyer: A collection of lo-fi animations by Toby Tripp.
  • The Cwm Bargoed Express: A spoof local Welsh newspaper.
  • The Daily Drone: Claiming to be the Web's silliest column by Alastair McIntyre, a journalist from the Daily Express with a British humour slant.
  • The Domicile: Funny Thought of the Day, and humourous rants on subjects as diverse as dieting, old people, eavesdropping and how to recognise a piano.
  • The Goon Show Depository: The definitive information source for Spike Millignan's highly esteemed Goon Show. The site contains the unique "Goonbase".
  • The Knutty Knights Humour Page: A glossary of humour, with example of all sorts of types.
  • The Les Dennis Experience: Spoof fan site about the comdeian, contains obscenities.
  • The Phantom Review: Spoof site with news and reviews on the world of the supernatural, paranormal, and the unexplained.
  • The Poke: Satire, humour, links and funny photos.
  • The Puckered Star: Features entertainment, letters, horoscopes, and advice. Published weekly.
  • The Rockall Times: Satirical articles related to current affairs. Also offers t-shirt sales.
  • The Shed: Monthly humour e-zine with stories, satire, rantings and jokes.
  • The Simms of Snodland: All you ever wanted to know about Snodland, playground of the jetset and gate way to the South (or North, depending which way you are going)
  • The Team That Counts: Comics fun jokes and crosswords.
  • The Whitley Bay Citizen Newspaper: The official satirical newspaper of Whitley Bay, near Newcastle, England.
  • Things to Ponder Over: What makes us go Hmmmmm..... Views on some of life's oddities. Submit your own for publication.
  • Top Fun Websites .com - The place to find entertainment on the net: See all the top rated sites the web has to offer for value of click with fun websites, online games, free e-cards, OekakiPoteto drawing community and chat rooms.
  • Trepanning Parish Council: Possibly a parody of an isolated Cornish village and its strange goings-on.
  • Trivio: Jokes and e-greeting cards, A compilation links.
  • UKDaily: Satire on life in the UK.
  • UmmaGumma: Collection of funny photos, cartoons, jokes and video clips.
  • Unreliable Facts from The Brains Trust: Collection of untrustworthy pieces of information that have found their way onto the internet, which people using the internet believe to be true.
  • Weebl and Bob: Short Flash animation stories of Weebl and his friend Bob as seen on MTV. Contains a forum, fan art and selected links.
  • What should I put on the Fence?: Howard De Walden Estates in London, W1, won't let me lock my bike to the fence. So I am putting other things on the fence instead.
  • What's the point? - See horrorscopes, Big Ron's Bingo, useless polls, porno domain names and tips on stitching your mates up.
  • Who Ate All The Pies?: A general site, sometimes funny if you're lucky. With daily updates from occasionally funny people. Plus creative swearwords galore - every one's a winner!
  • Whoohoo!: Amusing translations of British dialects including; cockney, geordie, Irish, scouse, Yorkshire and brummie versions as well as the popular Ali G.
  • World Wide Humour: Bad news stories of the week from a different angle, Marie Internet the online agony aunt and comedy sketch scripts by Johnny.
  • Wymsey Village Web: The nick on the cutting edge of rural parody: goings-on galore from deep in the country, meet the people, see the sights, send a postcard and get all the doo-doos in the Wymsey Chronicle.
  • E-zine covering the humorous, the weird and the strange but all true. Readers' contributions are welcome.
  • cheekyhalf: Peek into the beer soaked world of these Northampton lads.
  • mediapill: Fornightly guide to entertainment gone wrong.


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