Tag: satire

Woman Trades Voice to Sea Witch for a Beach Body, Becomes a Mermaid Instead

“At least I’m like a hot Ariel mermaid, and not one of those ugly grey fishy things from Harry Potter.”

Woman Banned from Intellectual Café for Reading Fifty Shades of Grey

Café Bibliothèque, the trendy coffee shop located in a former slaughterhouse, is know for its community of artists, philosophers, and intellectuals. One stipulation for patrons? If you’re going to sip your java inside, you must have a real physical book with you. That’s right, tree-killers only. But it can’t be just any book. It has

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I Make $500 a Month by Selling My Farts on the Internet

As was the case for many, the pandemic afforded me the free time to reevaluate what I was really doing with my life. I realized that I didn’t love my job, but I didn’t want to quit. It granted me stability and a modest paycheck, for which I was fortunate. I started reading all sorts

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28 Side Hustles to Earn Some Extra Cash

If you’re looking to supplement your income or explore your passions, and you have some extra time on your hands, perhaps it’s time to pick up a side hustle (also known as a side gig or side job). There are many money-making opportunities available to you in this economy. Some of these opportunities are so

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If Your Boyfriend Doesn’t Do These 10 Things, He Doesn’t Love You

Gone are the days of laboring for a man who hardly says a thank you after you’ve handed him a re-attempted grilled cheese, this time with “pepper jack, not gouda”. It’s 2021 ladies, and it’s about time we upped our standards. If your man isn’t treating you like the true goddess you are, it’s time

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20-Something Year Old White Girl Starts Blog, Claims It Will Be “Different Than the Others”

On Monday, a 20-something year old caucasian female launched her very first blog after several minutes of careful planning and scrutiny. She claims it will be “different than the others”, hoping to offer her own “unique perspective” and occupy a “niche that has never been occupied before”.