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- The Greater Moncton Cavalier Satirical Canadian online newspaper.
- The Drudge Retort Parody of Matt Drudge's site that puts the yellow back in journalism.
- The Snooze Contains bits from the Snooze sitdown comedy newsletter, a forum for people to write in about a variety of issues.
- The Sleaze Incredible lies today - still bollocks tomorrow.
- The Wymsey Chronicle A weekly newspaper that deals with the essence of English rural life.
- Justin's Whirled Headlines A sarcastic assault on the news of the world. Actual headlines straight off the Internet are "altered" to become more entertaining caricatures of themselves.
- Jim Day 2000 Jim Day 2000 itinerary including scheduled entertainment and festivities as well as how to contribute to the celebration.
- The Moon A look at the world's news through the eyes of a surrealist. "The truth is not an issue compared to humour".
- The Yellow Press America's Most Un-respected News Source. News, Business, Sports, Horoscopes, and Free Classified Ads. Reader participation encouraged.
- Bananas British newspaper spoof, with news, articles and reviews. Updated every two months.
- Anorak Parody of British tabloids and news magazines. Published weekly.
- Recoil Parody news stories covering every conceivable topic. Like a newspaper ... only not quite. Very funny.
- The Framley Examiner Framley's traditional favourite since 1978.
- The Brampton Bugle Small town British newspaper parody.
- TheSpoof.com News spoof site featuring US and UK news, horoscopes, bogus celebrity weblogs, and picture caption contests.
- Hardly Talked Parody of the BBC current affairs show, Hard Talk.
- The New News Left-leaning satire news for all the unwashed masses.
- The Slackville Papers A repository for rumors, revelations all done in tasteful colours.
- The 100% unofficial blog of the Indian Prime Minister The fake blog of the Indian Prime Minister, targeting the "new economy", business and politics.
- The Grudge Report Parody of "The Drudge Report".