1. The Onion Since 1996, The Onion has been delivering a daily dose of satire in the form of fake news stories accompanied by hilarious Photoshopped images. With categories ranging including Politics, Sports, Technology, and Entertainment, you're sure to find something to put a smile on your face while reading "America's Finest News Source." Sample headlines: "Mitt Romney Adopts New ‘Ronnie Ferocious’ Persona For Debates," and "Michael Phelps Returns To His Tank At Sea World."
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This satirical news site is slightly different than the others, because instead of having a paid staff of funny writers creating the content, the stories are all submitted by the website's readers. Sample headlines: "Obama Plan to Extend Mayan Calander - Approval by Drop Dead Date Doubtful," and "Find Jimmy Hoffa Craze Causing Shovel Shortage in America."
Their hope is that, "Maybe, just maybe, they'll notice something in themselves through the soft medium of satire and improve their own behaviors." | Introducing The Hummus, A Satirical News Site Being Hailed As The Onion For Muslims