parody

The internet is being flooded with parodies of the trailer for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, and this is definitely
Imagine a world where men acted like women on Instagram. There'd be more hairy hot dog legs and mustachioed pouts than you
The new Intellectual Property Act 2014 which came into effect last month has effectively legalised the art of parody, a comedic genre which, believe it or not, has until now been classed as illegal.
"Hello. If you can see your way clear, I was of a mind to have a bit of a set-to later. You know, sex-wise. If you should fancy it. I can probably accommodate between 3 and 4.30 roughly. After that a man's coming round to adjust my aerial. BBC Two has not been itself since the departure of Jeremy Paxman."
Cassetteboy, the duo famous for parody mashups like Cassetteboy vs the Bloody Apprentice, have paid tribute to David Cameron
Greg Wallace in the Masterchef spoof music video by Swede Mason The guidelines from the Intellectual Property Office mean
As with periods, buying a bra and realising that you aren't going to get paid the same wage as your male colleagues, a landmark
When you wrote to James Cameron every day asking to be considered for Rose, I bet you didn't imagine your own plan being used against you?
If once you were fat, but now you're thin, you've just arrived back to a point that perhaps you should never have left in the first place. Now finally you can stop obsessing about your weight. You used to drink, now you don't? Good for YOU, but ONLY for YOU: congratulations on reaching square one.
Society would like us to believe that being a feminist means wearing a hessian sack and forsaking all grooming products, but