We all love it really.
Shocking AND clever. Especially 'IsraHELL'
Any better examples?
best thing I've seen all day!
fuck you all in august.
its pleasingly neat
around 2004ish that was all like "BUSH AND BLAIR!"
Anyone remember it?
I always liked that.
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Bush, Blair and president are working together with destroying the name of Islam.
They have already done, but it's getting worse and worse day by day!!!
Many muslims dying in Islamic countries, AND WHAT DO THESE TWO DOGS DO? NOTHING!!!
They just the truth, so the people of the world realese whats going on here!!!
that was possibly the weakest one ever
'fraudville' on it. Excellent work.
but I'm starting to become a bit obsessed with it.
Hummer-along? Fraudville as in vaudeville? What?
McKay’s lyrics skittered and danced atop her piano-led arrangements with precocious wit, evoking the wariness and anxiety that accompany the quest for contentment at a time of social and political uncertainty. “Yeah I’ll have my coffee black / Hey, look, we’re bombing Iraq,” goes her most widely cited couplet
is one of the worst examples of heavy-handed, obvious satire.
However, if it was up to me I would seriously ban political cartoons. Although that would give them more to cartoon about. Maybe I would just conduct interviews with really cool/knowledgeable people saying how shit they are.
but more for the joy of the language than the satire
I noticed someone on The Sun forums refering, completely sincerely, to new labour as "NuLiarBore". ZING!!!11
The "ZaNu Labour" thing (and variations thereof) as a play on supposed Zanu PF / Mugabe tenedencies.
That's what I'M talking about
I love 'The Day Today''.
biting. Notice how everybody appears to be vibrating uncontrollably.
it's just a never-ending cavalcade of absolute shit.
They're so bad.
That fraud-ville one is fantastic
WORLD'S NUMBER ONE TERRORIST
MEAT IS MURDOCH
THIS is ace for shitness:
That goes from awful to funny-because-it's-awful to painfully-unfunny-because-it's-so-awful to i'm-laughing-because-i-don't-know-what-else-to-do in under a second.
I used to say democrassy
DON'T RUIN ELECTION DAY FOR ME
just IMAGINE the cunt who designed that
just for one second
can be shockingly bad at times
'where would Jack Frost be without his sausage sarnies'
Um, he's a fictional character Richard, or should I say Dick? Now that's satire!
they put a board up over the cash machine... and someone's graffitied "CREDIT CRUNCH" on the board.
"Welcome to The Times and The Sunday Times websites.
Available exclusively by subscription."
I saw this when it was linked to on Facebook by this guy – http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001160634956 – who is clearly a bit of a bellend, bless him.
that if you have to explicitly WRITE on the person/robot/animal what it represents then you have done a BAD SATIRE.
Subtelty guys. Subtelty.
Bad to the point of me taking a picture so that I could go back at a later date and check that they're as bad as I thought they were at the time. And yes they are. Yes they are.
the second one, in particular
Jeeeeesus. I literally had a flashback of drawing cartoons when I was 7 and doing that kind of thing.
Either of them. Am I even meant to get it?
he should be sacked.
that are just as bad, if not worse.
I can see how some people would be into Nemi. And some of the jokes in it raise a brief chuckle.
But This Life is consistently appalling.
The skull one
since the parodies get worse and worse as you scroll down.
Take THAT you bad multinational!
Repeat after me: "If I have to label my metaphor, the joke isn't funny, I'm a lazy cartoonist, and I should probably just stop and come up with something else."
1) Consistency is the key to a good twitter satire. He's either Communist or a Nazi- Top Secret pretty much exhausted that joke pile.
2) Try making a Balls pun that you havent heard off the telly.
3) Admittedly the 'everything russian is automatically communist' thing still gives me a chuckle, but the Soviet union's been broken up for years now.
top comment: 'This is really great. This is for thinking people. Morons will have no idea what the painting is about.'
Made to seem even more terrible by the hyperbolic byline.
So utterly, utterly horrendous.
Going round my Facebook too. Sample top comment: 'pretty powerful man'
There's no such thing as an internSHIP.
It's either volunteeRING or worKING.
i get it now
caught this at the weekend. jesus shitting christ. go if you dare (don't go)
can you get one of your IT goons (or Ed Hardcourt) to merge Xylo's thread with this one?
my own contribution
surely this is intentional?
Not in any way an improvement.
the evident despair that Ajit Johnson vampirically devours from literally every facet of existence; or the fact that Ajit Johnson must live Ajit Johnson's life, every day, suffering with the dread affliction of Ajit Johnson's osmium-weight hands.
Observe how it can take Ajit Johnson up to fourteen hours to raise those hands and to be able to lower them gently (remember, they are ever at the constant behest of gravity's great ageless inhalation) to press on that hash key.
i can't even be angry at this
it's... oh my god... aghhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!
Art isn’t all fairytale photoshoots and landscape shots – it can also act as catalyst of change. And Steve Cutts thinks that many things in the world should be different. Work shouldn’t be a grinding, soul-crushing rat race for the almighty dollar. Consumerism shouldn’t hold a vice-like grip on our lives. And social media, well, we need to throw-off the shackles we so eagerly put on ourselves. Wouldn’t life be better then?
Steve Cutts is an illustrator and animator from London. Faced with the choice of working at McDonalds or studying Fine Arts, he chose the latter. He worked at Glueisobar as the main storyboard concept artist before making the leap to freelance work. Cutts makes videos and images that criticize modern life – he states that insanity of humanity is an endless pool of inspiration.
Full blownsies dogshit
he chose the latter"
What a brave man
I've just come over here from Facebook, where I unfriended someone for posting this.