The 10 Best Trump Christmas Parodies

Yes Virginia, there are some Pro-Trump Christmas Parodies out there such as A Donald Trump Christmas and 12 Days of Trump, but today we are sharing with you the best Anti-Trump Christmas Parodies because there’s more humor in truth. Read more

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The Phenomena of Goodnight Moon, Its Parodies and Bisexual Author.

Today I’m going to enlighten you about the phenomena of the children’s storybook Goodnight Moon, its parodies and bisexual author. I would suspect that anyone reading this post has either owned, read the classic children’s book Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown or has had it read to them. And there’s a reason for that. Beyond the charming illustrations* and the catchy, easy-to-read prose, the book was breakthrough for its time. It has continued to entertain generations since its publication because, unlike other children’s books published in the 30s and 40s, it was about ‘the present’ as opposed to being about some 19th century Princess. Nor did it preach life lessons like Aesop’s fables, ordinarily a turn-off to children. Read more

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The Ghastlytrump Tinies: A Parody by 26 Illustrators

The Ghastlytrump Tinies is a parody of Edward Gorey’s classic alphabet book The Gashlycrumb Tinies, but with the children representing what we’d lose in a Trump administration. Written by game designer Mike Selinker, and illustrated by 26 different artists, only 1,000 copies of the softcover book have been published. Read more

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Want That Trump Troll Doll? Read On.

There’s been an image circulating amongst my friends and groups on Facebook that is getting lots of likes, giggles and inquiries. It’s a Troll Doll in President Donald Trump’s image. But it’s not just a photoshop gag, The Trump Troll Doll can soon be a reality with your help. The creator is seeking funding, manufacturers and distribution through Kickstarter. Read more

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Miley Mocks Herself (And The Government). See The Whole Funny SNL Music Video.

In case you missed it – whether on purpose or by accident, Miley Cyrus’ hosting gig on SNL certainly had its moments, the best of which was when Miley and the cast parodied her own song, “We Can’t Stop” by giving it a political twist.

Cyrus dressed as Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann with Taran Killam as House Speaker John Boehner suggestively danced and vamped to the new lyrics, which presented a raunchy Republican celebration of the government shutdown.

The full video:

“Cause we came to shut it all down now, no government around now, if you’re not ready for healthcare, can I get a ‘hell no,'” Cyrus sang while dressed as Bachmann, spanking Uncle Sam, licking Killam as Boehner, and holding and licking an Abraham Lincoln doll. “Government workers on a furlough, even though you’re already paid low … everyone in line for early child care, anyone who planned to see a grizzly bear, we are so shut down yeah.”

Some of the best moments:

Miley licks an Abraham Lincoln doll at one point:

The original video’s bears are replaced with the GOP elephants:

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