A subtly hilarious satirical news at the (quite fabricated) news. This American "news" website is made brilliant by the realistic presentation (which is subtly hilarious) to a level where you can picture thousands of people actually believing the ridiculous stories. Just take a look at the video feeds for news bulletins to see what all the fuss is about.
Tongue-in-cheek reviews showcasing some of the terrible products that can be bought online, selected for their redundancy, excessive (accidental) overpricing or pure stupidity. Reviewers adopt the farcical persona of a genuine customer and share their thoughts and experiences of the product.
Sarcastic and satirical news/pop culture articles triviliasing professions and professionals for our comedy gain. The articles are mostly geeky or science related and found in the "Alternate Reality" area. In the "Dr. Smartass" section, the latest scientific discoveries are explained in laymen terms. Naturally, it's advised you take anything you read with a pinch of salt.
This is what Wikipedia would be like if was run by a highly insulting angry teenager. Entries are blunt, offensive, inconsiderate, rude but also pretty funny. Simply start by searching for you in it for an example, it'll give you a nice taste of the obnoxious theme spread throughout it's heartless description of the world.
An alternative to wikipedia if you're looking for something drastically less serious and reliable. So if you'd like a completely unfactual, comical or sarcastically insulting description of a term, head over here for an.. alternative viewpoint. The websites boasts a healthy heap of varying articles for your comedic pleasure.