government watchdog Roskomnadzor has banned memes that “do not represent the personality” of the celebrities they mock, such as those which lampoon Vladimir Putin.
Everybody is talking about the ‘Katering Show’ right now, an Australian cooking show spoof on YouTube where hosts Kate McCartney and Kate McClennan poke fun at current food trends.
News outtakes for the Short News – the ‘Not News’, if you will…
Macaulay Culkin dispelled rumours he’d died by posting a picture to instagram showing him being carried around like the dead boss in Weekend at Bernie’s.
While visiting a Pyongyang orphanage, North Korean dictator Kim Jong un was photographed with a backdrop of stuffed toys which appear to have been strategically placed sharing an intimate moment. Was he pranked?
An advertisement by Chinese state broadcaster CCTV featuring a ‘bad panda’ in Australia has been pulled from air. The ad showed the panda being a bad tourist by misbehaving, littering and urinating in public.
Campers in Port Hedland awoke to find a feral pig drinking their cans of beer. The drunk pig caused a ruckus in the area, later trying to pick a fight with a cow.
It’s the film he said he wouldn’t do, but Liam Neeson is back in the third instalment of the Taken franchise, Tak3n (yeah, that’s what it’s called…). This time, his wife has been kidnapped, again, and he’ll use a defibrillator to finish this?
Two men who discovered they were married to the same woman managed to form a friendship out of the experience and now meet regularly for a game of pool and beer.
A Chinese restaurateur has been accused of lacing a popular noodle dish with opium so that his customers would keep coming back for more!