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"The Onion": Humor on a Regular Basis

When my husband and I lived in Madison, WI, where he went to grad school, we started reading The Onion, a hilarious, free satirical local magazine.

Now based in Chicago, the “digital media and newspaper organization” regularly makes real news headlines when those without a sense of humor take the articles seriously, which is hilarious in itself. The pub covers news, entertainment, sports and opinions.

If you haven’t partaken of this quick-witted commentary on American life, do!

Here are some recent features:

And Wikipedia includes a paragraph about where The Onion got its name. How fitting that the made-up version is funnier than the real one.

Have you ever read The Onion?


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