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Amish Man Lifts Dodgers Past Cubs in NLCS Game 2

October 16th, 2017
Baseball
Cubs
Sports

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – After a tight game through nine innings an unlikely Amish hero emerged for the Dodgers, Josh Turner also known as Josia Tunerseed made history with a gaming winning homerun sinking the Cubs to two games down. “I worked the land as a kid and churned butter all my life, that’s why […]


User Submitted: Dexter Fowler Waiting for Perfect time to Reveal Prank

February 27th, 2017
Cubs
Fowler
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Sports

JUPITER, FL – Dexter Fowler has reportedly confirmed to close friends and family that his off-season signing with the St. Louis Cardinals was an elaborate prank on fans and teammates. He will be joining the World Champion Chicago Cubs in Mesa by March 15th. At press time Tony LaRussa was seen wandering around the Everglades […]


96-Year-Old Cubs Fan Lied About Being Cubs Fan For Fame

October 25th, 2016
Cubs
News
Sports

CHICAGO, IL – 96-year-old Edith Florence of Chicago revealed Monday morning that she was indeed not a Cubs fan nor a fan of baseball in general after she was interviewed by a local news station early Monday. Edith was seen late Monday night on the evening news proclaiming her long wait for the World Series, […]


A Cold Chill Falls Over Hell As The Cubs Enter The World Series

October 23rd, 2016
Cubs
Sports
World Series

UNDERWORLD – Reports are coming this weekend of a cold spell descending on the depths of Hades as the Cubs quenched their first pennant in over half a century. Minions from the underworld have reported frost plaguing the once warm and stifling pits of damnation. Local Cubs fans responded to the reports this weekend, most […]


Cubs Fans Cutting Sat Fats In Hopes Of Living To See World Series Win

September 26th, 2016
Cubs
News
Sports

CHICAGO, IL – The hardened, fattened, and clogged arteries of thousands of Cubs fans from around the Chicago area are in a race against time to remain functioning, as the Cubs make their way into the postseason this year. Once on a spiral diet of meat and beer, Cubs fans have turned to tofu and […]


Local Cubs Fan Keeps His Fandom Low Key

July 14th, 2016
Cubs
News
Sports

LASALLE, IL – In a stunning show of self control and awareness a local LaSalle man has kept his Cub fandom relatively low key. “I’ve seen plenty of Cubs fans dressed from head to toe in blue, white and red and I just don’t think it is necessary.” Said James Davidson of LaSalle, formerly of […]