Stories about Humor
Notorious Russian pranksters posing as Greta Thunberg and her father claim that they have called up Bernie Sanders to offer an endorsement. Then their conversation went downhill, fast.
Russian blogger Bashir Dokhov hung a huge portrait of Putin in the elevator of a Moscow apartment block. He then installed a camera to record the reactions of stunned residents.
Interview with Alejandro Barreto, the engraver who makes unique Mexican lubki.
Facebook's community standards encourage users to use real identities on its platform, but a popular trend in Myanmar is likely baffling the social networking site.
Patrons were encouraged to dress up in costumes provided by Maricart as characters from Nintendo's popular 'Mario Kart' series and 'race' around the city, but those days are over.
"Didn't McDonald's Japan understand how bad it sounds in English?" was a common reaction. "What were they thinking?"
"And the president of China, Mr. Shithole, signed a guest record of the house of representatives."
Ahead of Taiwan's 2020 presidential election, mainland Chinese propaganda has started to downplay the “unifying Taiwan by force” narrative.
Historians say that, without the help of Eastern European soldiers, Britain would not have beaten Nazi Germany.
"They know that people will comment on the condition of their vehicle, or the way they drive. . . and they want to block you — they want you to...
"Mundane Halloween" has become an October tradition in Japan.
Barbadian Twitter users poked fun at the Jamaican Dollar exchange rate, so Jamaicans did the next best thing — they claimed Rihanna.
"They are not made to forge a reality, but a certain situation, with humour and in a critical way."
In addition to the Lennon Wall, the artist's work has likened the protesters to superheroes, compared protest power to Dragon Ball Z, and depicted the protesters fighting against Gozilla.
The NYT’s language to describe their ideal Nairobi bureau chief reignited the debate on Western media's perpetual use of tired clichés and tropes about Africa.
"…criticizing a government and a regime does not equate to hating a country. I love Thailand, I just don't love dictators and military coups."
Kazakhstan's former president got to choose his own successor, but couldn't prevent him from becoming a figure of fun.
A cute dog on Google Street View has gone viral on Japanese Twitter, resulting in more than 100,000 retweets.