Category: satire

Texting while driving impairs your texting game (Satire)

by: Rodrick Joseph We all do it. You’re driving down the road, trying to talk to your boo, and you’re having trouble texting because you just got a notification to turn left at the next intersection.  Driving is now the number one cause of misleading texts next to drinking. Don’t text and drive. If you need

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Guy doesn’t retweet a chain Tweet, has bad luck all of 2019. (Satire)

by: Rodrick Joseph April 24th, 2019. Tom Whiteworst, unmarried and single, woke up Saturday morning after a one-night stand, made his coffee, walked outside to his patio, sat his MacBook air on a black mouse pad on his table, logged onto Twitter and proceeded to scroll through his feed.  He saw the usual, cute dog

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Can you believe there are people in this world that don’t live their lives on social media? (Satire)

by: Rodrick Joseph I mean, when anything of importance in my life happens, I post it on Facebook to brag to the rest of the world. If I’m at a beautiful place, I post it on Instagram. And if it’s someone’s birthday, I have to wish them a happy birthday on Twitter with embarrassing pictures

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Music Festivals are Changing The American Dream (Satire)

by: Rodrick Joseph There once was a time where the American dream was to get a great job, marry your soul mate, have children and die, watching the sunset with your partner on the deck of your farmhouse.  Fast forward 75 years and the American dream is now going to a music festival, not because

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