Stories about Humor from June, 2016
Belarusian Internet users have been taking off their clothes in the workplace, after President Lukashenka's video address went viral.
"I saw the intro and the first thing I thought of was making an adapted version for my country".
"Not those 120 sheep, a different 120 sheep!"
It’s Friday and today we’re going to write about stickers—not just any stickers, but the stickers that have been flooding the instant messenger app Telegram for the past year.
In Japan, there is an online subculture devoted to capybaras, the friendly giant rodent from South America.
"Dear @facebook: It's not a happy Independence Day if our flag is like this. Like seriously."
A new series of maps shows what Europeans may really think of Japan, and what the Japanese people may really think about other parts of the world.
Spontaneous encounters with ordinary citizens are always difficult for politicians, and Dmitry Medvedev—whose greatest political asset has been his absence of charisma—handled a recent incident as awkwardly as you'd expect.
Indian right-wing political parties armed with police complaints have threatened comedian Tanmay Bhat for posting a parody video on two prominent Indian celebrities.
From crab crossing signs to pheasant strolling through town, these photos show life in Japanese countryside.
One citizen was so frustrated with the level of crime in the country that she wrote to the Queen of England for help. Social media users, meanwhile, created a hashtag.
An LGBT rights advocacy group has filed a formal complaint with the district attorney for hate crimes “for his homophobic and sexist comments that only serve to incite hatred."