1. What’s this website about?
It’s about taking real news stories or stories people say are real stories on their blogs, and then conceiving funnier worse stories. Or just making fun of the news stories. Either way, the point is to make the reader feel better knowing that bad “news” could always be worse.
2. Where is this website written?
In the Worse Situation Room.
3. I can’t find my keys. Where are they?
They’re in your pants.
4. Why didn’t my comment get published on an entry’s message board?
It probably got picked up by the spam filter, especially if you put a link to your own web site. Spam filters don’t like that. If you expect your spam to get through here, it better stand out and be funny, in which case we may write a funny article about it.
5. What’s up with this comedy writing streak?
This site has posted original comedy articles every day in the Eastern Standard Time Zone since June 24, 2012.
6. Whoa, that’s a long time, are you Stephen King or something?
If we were Stephen King, we would have never allowed a remake of the Shining starring Rebecca De Mornay.
7. Can I nominate you for an award, which is really more of a chain letter, that requires nominating 10 other bloggers for the same award, and probably doesn’t really exist?
Absolutely! We will decline your nomination, but hopefully write a comedic entry based on your own blog in appreciation.
8. I subscribe to this blog by email and notice you make a lot of typos!
Yes we do, and although the blog is proofread before publishing entries, mistakes aren’t usually noticed until after an entry is published. That’s why you should always visit the site to see the most accurate, up-to-date versions of entries. And yes, we are saying that because we want to increase page views!
9. If I “follow” your blog, will you follow my blog back?
We try to follow as many blogs back as we can, and when possible, randomly mock the news in other people’s blogs. But we don’t see every notification of a new follower due to time constraints, so if we don’t follow you back, feel free to comment on our stories, which is just as fun as being followed. Also, Dear Law Enforcement: if any suspected criminals start following us, and we click “follow back,” this does not mean we endorse any ideas on their blogs, unless their ideas are showing cute videos of cats playing hits from the 80s on synthesizers!