Provides news updates on issues such as BO legislation on London Transport, U2 The Edge's frozen pizza, and engineering advancements on the BMW shark fin.
Spoof search engine page which allows the user to pose a question to Rupert Murdoch.
BBC: Essex Girls
Offers an explanation of how and when Essex girl jokes started along with how to recognise an Essex girl and a selection of jokes.
British Mathematical Humour
Offers a list of funny quotations allegedly compiled from mathematicians at Cambridge University. Originally posted on rec.humor.funny.
Daily Mail: The Death of British Humour
Article by Leo McKinstry arguing that the British people are losing their traditional sense of humour following an upsurge in political correctness. Published in September 2006.
Presents articles, reviews, interviews, jokes, news, pictures, games, and quizzes.
Grumpy Old Sod
Features commentary on an irreverent collection of things which make the British really, really cross - filed under headings such as "students", "the bl**dy environment" and "the mess we're in".
How Much Toilet Paper?
Created by London based student software developer Ben Sassoon and artist Sam Harris after they had a discussion about how much toilet paper they each used on a day to day basis and how that would change during the pandemic.
Keep Calm and Carry On
Parody site which allows users to generate their own versions of the famous Keep Calm and Carry On war time poster.
Presenting satirical stories and articles relating to current affairs across the UK.
News and current affairs magazine with a blend of humour, social and political observations and investigative journalism.
The UK Department of Social Scrutiny
Satirical parody of the British Government's red tape and bureaucracy. Includes site history, fake ID card application forms, and a humorous take on social security news.
We Buy Any Cat.com
Spoof website mimicking a well known advert and offering to give a valuation of your cat.