The Onion’s latest Sports Science parody reveals that synchronized swimmers are controlled by a hive mind. They are incredibly attuned to each other’s states and are ruthlessly devoted to perfection. Disobedience will not be tolerated. Resistance is futile.
(NSFW: Language) “So young and yet so disgusting!” The Onion talks to Tyler Morgan, who got accepted into Ohio State University even though he’s only 13 years old, thanks to his college-level drinking skills.
The Onion pokes fun at ride-sharing services, with their own unique spin on the popular urban transportation option – a new service that lets users just commandeer any car on the road, GTA style, getting you a ride faster than ever.
“ClickHole has one and only one core belief: All web content deserves to go viral.” The Onion goes all out in its parodic campaign against BuzzFeed, launching an entire website that pokes fun at the entertainment site’s style.
(NSFW: Language) Forget about the NSA, Heartbleed and Net Neutrality. The Onion exposes online articles that turn out to be autoplaying videos. And what about the overload of gifs on mobile sites? Freaking Grantland.
The Onion checks in with a revitalized man, who told sources that he’s enjoyed the right mix of work and personal time ever since he got fired from his job. Once again, American’s Finest News Source is as funny as it is poignant.