The Dueling Comic Satires of Epiglottis and Priapus

The Potty Pyramid of Djoser, where the extant copies were found. At the time of its construction, it was the tallest building in the world.

In Ancient Greece, few dramas were more tense than this exchange of sharp words and swords between a pair of rival playwrights. Their story remained lost to history until the relevant documents were plumbed out of the depths of an Egyptian portopotty. It is supposed that they were deposited there after being discarded when an Achaemenid used them as first reading material, and then toilet paper.

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Editor Kicked Out of College in Dream for Editing Clunkline

Yes, I’m really going to start off an article with this sentence.

While walking down into a stadium on my walk to school that I don’t take through bleachers we don’t have, I was accosted by an ambulance on the field, out of which jumped a pair of police officers.

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Five Times Six?

Ever wish you were as good as someone else at something?

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The Gullible: A Timeless Film

The Gullible is Alan Smithee’s finest, most criminally-underrated triumph. It is half-hour long, 22 minutes of which is rotoscoped and the rest of which is live-action. Produced in 1990, it tells the tale of three University students looking for something to do on a boring Wednesday night when a horrible prank is played on them and they wind up enlisted in the Navy. It starred Topher Grace, Mos Def, Asia Carerra, Marilyn Monroe, and Humphrey Bogart as “Dad”, and was the most recent film to be shot on CMU’s campus aside from Smart People and Debbie Does Tepper.

At least, that’s what I told prospective audience members last fall when the real film screening on a Wednesday night fell through. There was no film playing that night.

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Too Tasteless for <b>readme</b>

This was too tasteless to even print in our satire paper, so, naturally, it goes here.

P.S. I’m at work and my boss just walked past while I had “Incest!” in happy, fruity letters all over my screen. Thank God she didn’t see it. At least… I think she didn’t see it….