It's Not News, It's FARK

How the Mass Media Tries to Pass off CRAP As NEWS

Drew Curtis, Central 302.23 C978i 2007

p3 example: original headline -- "Brain Power." It's an article about how species with larger brains need to consume more food to power their brains. Fark tagline -- "Study shows the bigger your brain, the more energy you consume. This explains how Paris Hilton can survive on a diet of alcohol and semen." ... Fark isn't an acronym.

p189, comment about fights at Black Friday sales: "I was going to go shopping today, but then I decided that it would be more fun to lay out my scrotum on the cutting board and pound my testicles flat with the meat mallet, then saw my weener off with the serrated bread knife, feed it to the dog, set myself on fire, and rest my hands on hot stove burners while repeatedly banging my head on the edge of the stove. WHen I started to pick up the meat mallet, though, I realized I didn't have to do either. /makes note to put cutting board in the dishwasher.

Fark (last edited 2017-01-19 03:14:27 by KeithLofstrom)