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Bollocks to be Entered into English Dictionary for Health Reasons

The Oxford English dictionary is known worldwide as the ultimate authority in English words. They’ve now decided to allow several new and controversial words to describe men’s testicles in the dictionary. The words “bollocks”, “gonads”, “ball-sack”, “goolies” and “wrinkly-scrote” will enter the dictionary and the definition of “balls”, “nuts”, “grapes”, “kiwis” and “plums” will all…

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Major Religions Swap Places of Worship Worldwide

What follows is a satirical story about religion. No matter what is said in satire, last week’s catastrophe should never have happened. Humour about religion can be like walking a tightrope, but free speech should be a right and should never result in what happened in Paris last week. #JeSuisCharlie #JeSuisSatire For practical reasons, major…

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UK on the Brink of Humanitarian Disaster

The UK government is about to launch emergency measures to prevent the complete blockage of the country’s sewerage system. Ever since 1843, the year that Arnold K. Wasnocki introduced sweetcorn to the United Kingdom, the country’s sewerage system has been straining under the pressure of undigested sweetcorn kernels. We have all heard so-called ‘funny’ stories…

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BBC Terrorist Cartoon Causes Outrage

 The BBC has sparked controversy by planning a children’s cartoon series about a terrorist. Bosses at children’s TV channel CBBC have commissioned market research company Ipsos MORI to gauge public opinion on the feasibility of making an animated series about a fictional British man, named Alan Jackson, who runs away from his family to join a…