Real or Satire?

Copy and paste any article URL below. We'll tell you if it's real. -'s stated goal is to "provide access to a full range of what Africans themselves are saying, thinking and publishing [. . .]." But are they real or satire? - and are the reason why God invented Ad-Blockers . . . But is the site real or satire? Wade through the ads with us and let's find out! -

Someone submitted “” Unfortunately, there’s no such site. But there should be. It would be the perfect snark-site for Conservative Tribune, which we have already talked about. (Seriously, someone should get on that.) -

BuzzFeed is an Internet news media company that specializes in a wide variety of topics like politics, DIY, animals, humor, and business. While it’s had its fair share of scandal — notably with plagiarism — and they have a pretty extensive humor section that includes some heavy satire. Unlike other sites, they do mark all humor as such. While they… -

Christians for Michelle Bachman is a satirical slam against both Michelle Bachman and her staunchest supporters. Its typical m.o. is to combine some right-wing talking point with spelling/grammar mistakes. While this sort of appeal to ridicule is fallacious, it does lend itself to some well-crafted comedy. -

At the time of writing (11-22-2016), gives a 403 Forbidden error. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ -

There is no Wyoming Institute of Technology. Period. There is, however, a much shadier WyoTech, formerly known as Wyoming Technical Institute, which is a for-profit college system founded in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1966. But that is neither here nor there. The image on’s About page — — is the same image on page (a self-noted Entertainment blog) —… -

From their About page: Empire News is a satirical and entertainment website. We only use invented names in all our stories, except in cases when public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental. All contributors are responsible for the content of their own material in respect to (but not limited to) copyright, libel… -

The White Voice is not-so-thinly veiled racism dressed up as ‘true progressive-ism.’ I don’t buy it, of course, but you know . . . they have books out and stuff, so. Whatever. [Editor’s Note: This racial shitbag doesn’t deserve to be listed as ‘real.’ Yes, Joe Adams (real name, likely, Joe Hayward) is dead-serious about his nonsense, but our site… -

No one should consider this weblication as anything other than satire, especially with article titles such as these: Obama and first lady: ménage à trois with French president was ‘an official letdown’ Super Bowl outcome to be decided by telekinetic Seattle fan Seventh-grader reveals U.S. at the mercy of nine wizards “But,” you might say, “I heard about those nine… -

There's no easy find for News Chicken. But there are clues to the site's legitamacy once you look at some of their original -- er, sorry, "original" -- stories. -

Based out of Cincinnati, Derf’s website is too colorful to be taken seriously. “Maybe they figure that colorful news sites will grab your attention better?” Eh, fair enough. From their About page: DERF is the premier provider of humor and satire content in Cincinnati. Derf is dedicated to making fun of everything! -

The Sword (NSFW) is real, insofar as the current narrative du jour in today’s gay porn is ‘real.’ It’s a porn blog that “reviews” new porn from various studios, including those that focus on the “straight-for-pay” sort of porn. Is that real? Are they really straight? Well . . . that’s likely a matter of opinion. But it’s not something… -

The article submitted to us from was this one: THREE OF FIVE DETAINEES SWAPPED ARE NOW ISIS LEADERS However, it’s basically a copy of this report from our good friends at National Report: Terrorist Exchanged For Bowe Bergdahl Now Top ISIS Commander Political Ears hadn’t noted its sources — likely because someone had already called them out on sourcing… -

Any site whose abbreviation is, basically, BS News should be immediately suspect; however, we don't really need to second-guess their intent. -

Imagine The Colbert Report television show, without the laughing audience, the obvious wink-wink of the host, and the over-the-top comedic stylings of Comedy Central writers, and you have Christwire. Christwire highlights the excesses of American Christian conservatives through its satire. Ironically — or expectably, depending on your point of view — Christian Conservatives tend to mistake Christwire articles as true… -

Their site tag says it all: “Satire for the wise. News for the dumb.” - is neither real nor are they satire. They are alarmist conspiracists who have been labeled by multiple sources as anti-Semites, Nazi-Sympathizers, and all-around jerks. -

Heavy Caveat: Return of Kings is real, in the respect that the owner is dead-serious about his beliefs. It is, as best we can tell, neither satire nor an example of Poe’s Law. Return of Kings is owned — and likely directly admin’ed — by Daryush Valizadeh, also known as Roosh V and Roosh Vorek, a self-styled “pick-up artist”or [PUA].… -

Names are important! This is ever true when discussing a so-called newsite. Lapine is a real word (French, I believe) but it’s also the fictional language spoken by rabbits in the 1972 novel Watership Down. A Novel. You should read it.. From their About page: The Lapine is all about poking people and things that deserve to be poked. It…

Copy and paste any article URL below. We'll tell you if it's real.