By Professor Moneymaker Barnyard Lampoon’s Business Corner Office: Your correspondence school MBA program, where you’ve already passed your first test—saving money on business school! (Not accredited by any organization except the FREE MARKET. If we’re still here, your degree is valuable. Credits may transfer to Trump University). Suppose you’re sitting in a solutioneering session with … Continue reading Barnyard Lampoon’s Business Corner Office
Kids say the darndest things. This article features five letters from kids all over North Korea who were given the chance to write to their dear supreme leader, Kim Jong Un. God bless the purity of childhood.
By Michael Gallo Like most Westerners, my process of defecation usually only involves a toilet. But after fellow BL writer Kevin Sheffler returned from Southeast Asia and told wild tales of bum guns and various shower head-type devices used in the "cleaning of shop" so to speak, I was intrigued. Was evacuating one's waste into … Continue reading Sponsored Content: I Used Apple’s iBidet and It Changed My Life
By: Kevin Sheffler When I hit the car of Barnyard Lampoon’s Editor-In-Chief, Michael Gallo, I was coerced into writing a series of travel columns for his magazine. And after one of my first checks bounced, Mr. Gallo sent me down to Hot Springs, Arkansas to review Crazy Carl’s Caverns. Humans have been obsessed with caves … Continue reading Crazy Carl’s Caverns: A Review
By Michael Gallo On Friday morning the much-maligned White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, said "peace, I'm out" and resigned from the position that has brought him so much pain, torment, and internet notoriety. By all accounts he resigned over the hiring of New York financier Anthony Scaramucci as communications director. Which, all things considered, … Continue reading New Job Ideas for Sean Spicer
By Michael Gallo Do you like cooking competition shows? Are you enthralled by America’s Prison-industrial complex? Then you’ll love Kitchen Konvicts, coming to NBC’s Tuesday night lineup this fall! We found 30 inmates who were allowed to work in their prison’s kitchen due to good behavior and gave them a chance to compete for their … Continue reading New On NBC This Fall: Kitchen Konvicts