Arguing about stuff on social media is now one of the most serious threats to public health in Northern Ireland, an expert we found on the internet has warned. A combination of the marching season, Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn and now...
A waterpark event allegedly planned for Belfast this summer has been removed from Facebook over fears it is a load of auld shite. Thousands of gullible Like and Share merchants had expressed their interest in free tickets to the Summer...
Reports are coming in that heated workplace debates over who had the quietest Christmas are turning violent. "Up and down the country grey faced office workers are trying to out do each other about who had the most boring time...
An investigation by the Ulster Fry has discovered that the proposed closure of the University of Ulster's modern languages department is due to a plan to begin teaching the complex symbolism of emoticons and 'Emojis'. According to our source, the...
A 48 year old County Tyrone farmer has set a new world record for the fastest ever complaint about a spell of good weather. The Ulster Fry has learned that Donemana man Marty Ferguson made the remark to a local shopkeeper...
As unfounded rumours spread that Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are to call their second child Easton, the Ulster Fry can reveal that the couple will in fact opt for the name Bangor, in honour of the affluent North Down...
Following reports that The Sun newspaper was dropping their long running ‘Page 3’ feature, Ulster’s media outlets have jumped at the opportunity to increase their own sales - by bringing the popular topless column to the NI market. As news broke that...
Belfast is currently engulfed in rural drama after an Arts Council administrative error promoting 'Culture Night' inadvertently led thousands of country folk to believe that everyone in the big smoke was throwing a party for them. Police were alerted to the...
The United Nations has been forced to declare a State of Emergency in Belfast after a change in the city's bin collection rota led to widespread disorder. Attempts by the City Council to roll out the new schedule ended in...
British Telecom have admitted that hundreds of homes in Northern Ireland have been mistakenly rigged with explosives, after a typo-riddled email instructed their engineers to 'install landmines' at properties across the Province. Diesel McCartney a 47 year old tyre-kicker from Aughnacloy, discovered the...

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