Parody of Some Famous Websites

Last Updated: October 6, 2015

We often come across parodies/spoofs of movies or songs and sometimes they are more entertaining than original stuff. Let’s see if that happens with websites too.

Here we are sharing parodies of some famous websites. Though all of them are very funny but some are exceptionally humorous.

1.  Uncyclopedia

Uncyclopedia is a satirical website that parodies Wikipedia. It was launched on Jan 5, 2005, by Jonathan Huang and one his partner. Both of them were previously editors at Wikipedia.

Uncyclopedia’s Goal “provide the world’s misinformation in the least redeeming and most searingly sarcastic and humorous way possible, through satire”

Here’s a screenshot of Uncyclopedia:

2.  Woofer

Woofer parodies Twitter where every woof (their equivalent to the tweet) must be at least 1400 characters in length and not less than that.

See, What can you accomplish with the extra 1260 characters?  Here’s a screenshot:

3.  Cwora

Cwora  parodies Quora which is a continually increasing collection of Q & A’s created, edited and organized by everyone who uses it.

Whereas Cwora is a continually spamming collection of unanswered questions created, edited and organised by no-one who uses it.

Cwora was created by Tom Scott in 2011 and this is why he created it “I’ve gotten a bit sick of all the chatter about Quora, and the incessant e-mails that it’s been sending me, and so I made this”.

Here’s a Screenshot:

4.  iDea

iDea parodies Apple’s official websites. Well designed website and logo with pencil, notepad etc on their products list.

Here’s a screenshot:

Tell us in comments below which one is your favorite.

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