Fake News is a lot like that freaky bar in Star Wars. Everyone is ugly, the music sucks and there are limbs littering the floor. Are we really going to find a pilot of truth in here?
Fake News. The artificially angled photo of the news world. We know it’s not that big. Why lie for.
The internet is a bent monarch, with Fake News the jewel in its crown. This week, Greenpeace got real edgy, a man found something and a rat smelled nice. So, what’s fake?
Fake News is often an arrow through the neck with a gas bill attached to it. This week, the state of California entered a state of confusion, and while Iceland wants your girth, India certainly doesn’t need it.
There’s a distinctive Cronenbergian flavour to our Fake News search this week. So, enjoy the body horror of five-foot tapeworms, hollow athletics and spreading disease.
New year, same old fake headlines. In the first edition of 2018, we travel to IKEA to urinate on a catalogue, to Yale University to wave allegations, and to Silicon Valley to drink undrinkable water.
Fake News is the schizophrenic of the internet. We know we should take it seriously, but we’re unsure how much. Things that are invisible are now seemingly vogue. You read the lies here first.
While the internet makes no sense, it does tell a good porkie. This week, Michelle Obama got bumped from the royal wedding, Skittles were fed to a cow and everyone’s bathroom became weaponised.
‘Tis the season to be superfluous. Welcome to a very special investigation of the jingling bulltwang surrounding Christmas.
Welcome back the wrong side of the tracks. A place where eagles wear badges, Flamingo eggs are neon and the US President broke up with someone before they could break up with him.
Fake News. Look at your beautiful lying face. Sure, I’ll go out with you. Fidget Spinners, Donald Trump and the lethal banana headline the bulltwang. Which do you believe?
The internet is that weird, mouth-breathing neighbour you avoid, but mention to your friends. This week, cats commit crimes. Because of course.
Why do you hate everyone, Internet? Why spread lies? Look what you’ve done to young Tiger. What did he ever do to you? You’re not right.
Fake News is very much like drunkenly booking accommodation. You hope for the best, but you know that it’s going to be very bad indeed.
Welcome back once more to the shores of yore. This week, we travel to Hawaii in the search of fake news. And daiquiris. Many many daiquiris.
The Internet is an unkind, stupid place. Why would we care about Jared Kushner’s gender, Fox Sports’ stand against a knee, or a horse’s moustache. I fear history will judge us.
Welcome back once more to far flung reaches of the Fake News galaxy. Yes, everything looks strange to you, but it’s rude to stare.
Once more into the breeches of Internet filth, my fake friends. This week we speculate on milky chocolate leaving the milky way, and the dangers of organic moustache growing.
Welcome to the Jurassic Park of spurious internet garbage. It’s true what they say you know, Fake News does move in herds.
After Hurricane Harvey swept through Houston, most of the rubbish that lined the streets was rumour, hearsay and outright lies. So, in order to dig up the truth, we’ve brought our sturdiest gumboots.
Welcome back to the off pork pie that the internet has heated up for us. A woman lost a battle against a rubber band, an imaginary friend didn’t exist and we discovered the source of Trump’s power.
Welcome back to the land that truth forgot. Dare you gaze at the glittering fake news jewel? See it shimmer. Do you dare believe Donald Trump’s Dad was a Klan member, or that a religious theme park was destroyed by schadenfreude? Do you?