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That's fake news. If you had a dollar every time you heard that in the last four years you'd probably be living on a private island at this point. So lets laugh at it in all its glory, fake and all.

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Fifteen Clueless People Who Ate Up 'The Onion's' Satire

We feel sort of bad for these poor, gullible individuals who devoured satirical headlines from The Onion, but at the same time, they're providing us with a lot of entertainment, so we'll take it.

Funny instances of people believing The Onion's satire | got be kidding 2 hrs 6 This better not be true 's British landmark, always will be and should remain as "Big Ben" Big Ben be renamed Massive Mohammed 2018 Rochdale Herald Re
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'Fake History' Memes That Are Far More Entertaining Than Real History

History can definitely be real boring sometimes. That's why fake history memes exist, so you can learn (a very embellished version of) history and not be bored out of your mind. Check out even more of these here!

Funny memes from the subreddit /r/FakeHistoryPorn | Eric and Don Trump Jr. meet their new step-mom, Melania (2004) 2004 | Jeffrey Epstein's prison guards calling an ambulance (2019) 2019
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Twenty-One Parody Memes That Doctors Hate

We've all seen those hilarious advertisements claiming "one weird trick that obliterates belly fat," or "the reason dermatologists hate her!" Does anyone actually fall for that sh*t anymore? Clearly someone does is if they still exist. We'll blame the Boomers for that. Now please enjoy these parody memes we're thoroughly enjoying at the moment!

Funny memes about the clickbait ads advertising "one weird trick" and "doctors hate him" | tweet by Fish @fashlifters Never get speeding ticket again 2020 with this one weird trick Municipalities hate him HAVE CORONA VIRUS | Dermatologists Hate Him! Has been 10 since 1997 Local Trainer exposes shocking anti-aging secret. Learn this one WEIRD trick his stunning results! LEARN TRUTH NOW Ash Ketchum Pokemon
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Oblivious People Who Ate Up Satire Like It Was A Juicy Apple

There are two camps of people in this world: people who understand satire, and people who...don't. 

The following facepalm-worthy posts exist solely as a reminder for you to always read up on the smallest amount of current events simply so you don't end up like these unfortunate people. RIP.

Funny comments on satirical articles written by people who didn't understand that it was satire | photo of the white house. actual hell Just read post man. Everything about this is wrong. BABYLONBEE.COM Democrats Call Flags Be Flown At Half-Mast Grieve Death Soleimani. Didn't know he died our sins ES BABYLONBEE.COM Trump Have Done More Christianity Than Jesus.
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Queen Elizabeth Has Not Passed Away, Despite Memes Circulating The Internet

It's that time of year again where someone on the internet starts a rumor about Queen Elizabeth II's death. Last year, a troll-y Redditor created a meme predicting the her death would occur on January 5th of this year.

This year the rumor was fabricated by a WhatsApp group claiming that she had passed away due to a heart attack on December 1st. 

We just want to make it clear that no, the queen is not dead, but of course that hasn't stopped people from making memes about it.

Funny memes and tweets about Queen Elizabeth's supposed death
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Amazon Gets Roasted For Creating Fake Twitter Accounts To Hide Its Sketchy Working Conditions

Apparently we're actually living in George Orwell's 1984

Amazon has come under fire for allegedly creating fake Twitter accounts (under the name "Amazon FC Ambassador") to silence any criticism of the working conditions of its fulfillment centers which, if you're unaware, are known for being particularly sweatshop-like. 

Recently various Twitter users have called out Amazon for this...bizarre (to say the least) behavior. 

So without further ado, here are some of the best parodies and examples of the creepy Orwellian tweets!

Funny parody tweets about the Amazon Fulfillment Centers being a good place to work
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15 Times Gullible 'Onion'-Eaters Were Caught In The Wild

Thank God for The Onion and other brilliant satirical publications like it. While their headlines are certainly always hilarious, the icing on the cake is always those who take the bait and believe every word. Do we feel moderately bad for people who fall for the satire? Sure, but we also appreciate the hell out of them for providing us with endless entertainment!

Funny headlines from The Onion and people who believed them
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19 Absurd Headlines From Australian Tabloid 'Northern Territory News'

We already knew that Australiais an incredibly bizarre place full of strange accents, rampant use of the C-word, and "Macca's." This tabloid, Northern Territory News, definitely isn't helping to mitigate those stereotypes, but at least we get some entertainment out of it! 

We think Australia kind of puts Florida to shame in the WTFdepartment, so we halfway expect to see "Australia Man" news headlines on the reg here pretty soon.

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14 Times Total Blockheads Believed Glaringly Obvious Satire

Most of us are familiar with the satirical stylings of "news" sites like Clickhole and The Onion that bring us that hilarious political and social commentary we all crave from time to time. Unfortunately however, some poor dummies just never got the "fake news" memo. 

The following are those people...

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Sh*t starts getting a little surreal when a single giant corporation owns tons of local news stations. In this particular instance, it's Sinclair Broadcast Group, which clearly has their stations set to the same script. 

This Big-Brothery video might just give you the chills.

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14 Times Gullible Dummies Believed Obvious Satire

If there was ever an appropriate time to utter the old Southern saying "bless your heart," it's right now. It's probably safe to say that most people in the English-speaking world are familiar with the troll-y ways of publications like The Onion or Clickhole, yet some naive souls, like the following, never got the memo. It's totally okay to laugh now and feel sorry for them later.

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