It's getting to the point where the real situation is more absurd than any comedy writer would dare go.
Save big $$ making your own soap out of what most people simply throw away. Why spend for luxuries when frugality can be as easy as going through other people’s garbage?
In our continuing quest to to find out why the GOP wants to bring us all back to the 1950s, let's spend this minute with The Beaver's mom.
Are you suffering from Scandal Fatigue? Scandal Fatigue: n. A condition whereupon suffers "can't F'ing BELIEVE these partisan, government and/or corporate media pricks are crying victim to actions they themselves have been guilty of for the last 40 years and FLOODING the airwaves with this crap when there are REAL scandals out there to cover and actual work to be done." Absurdity Today has the cure.
Absurdity Today is political satire in the form of a news parody hosted by Julianna Forlano. We don't want to give away the content of this video beyond that, but if you detest the actions and attitudes of The Westboro Baptist Church and its members then this is for you.
Think you have all of last week's wing-nuttiness in perspective? Think again.
ABSURDITY TODAY, is back with the first episode of 2013. In this edition we take aim at the money being made on YOUR misfortune. Also, back by popular request, the whip! Absurdity Today is a progressive political news parody hosted by
FIGHT THE SPIN WITH A BIDEN STYLE LAUGH! In this week's Absurdity Today, Comedian Julianna Forlano brings on a psychotherapist to deconstruct the Romney/Ryan Mental state. Also, back by popular request, another highbrow, political, boob joke.
General Motors and Walgreens have left the infectious conservative idea pusher ALEC. Is this a cause for rejoicing? This week's Absurdity Today covers ALEC, Mitt and his travels, and some sensitive topics too. Absurdity Today is an independent
Seen the original BP ads? For more of the most cookie-begging ad campaign in the history of cookies, check this out. Or, oooh, this one is just the worst. Because, y'know, corporations are people. And sometimes they need a pat on the back.
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