International transport giant Translink has revealed plans to install sick buckets and toilets on their fleet of buses to cope with drunk commuters during the Christmas festivities. The traditional "staff do" season always causes problems for travellers, explains Stan Dingroom,...
Tech giant Nintendo has unveiled a reboot of the Streetfighter franchise which will see the classic game take to the streets of Belfast. The update hopes to cash in on the burgeoning market for viral videos of drunk folk fighting...
After another security hoax went viral on social media, Facebook have finally admitted the vast majority of their users will believe any oul shite. "Nearly 15 years on, and most still haven't figured on no-one ever wins those free iPads, Thompson...
Following the news that Coca Cola have bought coffee chain Costa for £3.9bn, the Ulster Fry can exclusively reveal that Northern Irish soft drinks giant, Maine, have purchased rival coffee brand, Starbucks. "This will be an absolute game changer for...
Several consecutive days of sunshine have caused a massive shortage of baps for barbecues, experts have warned. As temperatures have soared the demand for baps has followed suit, leading some economists to predict that we will reach bap meltdown by Sunday if...
After yet more travel chaos at Aldergrove, Belfast International Airport have unveiled a new range of 'package queuing holidays'. "The pain in the hole of getting through our airport has gone from strength-to-strength down the years." explained security manager, Annie...
A Co Antrim businessman has launched an X-rated website aimed squarely at Northern Irish Protestants. Ballymena entrepreneur Bertie Oldman told The Ulster Fry that he believed that he'd spotted a gap in the market. "The World Wide Interwab is full of...
The National Trust has laid centuries of conjecture to rest by announcing that they built the Giant's Causeway, and that anyone who fancies a dander round it should pay handsomely for the privilege. "People used to think that a giant...
Following the revelation that global election results are being coerced by nefarious social media activity, local tech startup Jordanstown Analytica have admitted they've been manipulating NI voters on Facebook too. "Our practices aren't as sophisticated as them Cambridge smartholes," admitted...
Northern Irish drinkers were left furious after reports emerged that one of Belfast's most treasured places to not swing a cat is being sent home because it's a foreigner. "Si senor, they have told us to pack up our sheet...

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