Three Waterford Whispers News Yearbooks , one whith a ghostmark from a bookshop price sticker to front cover, but otherwise unmarked.
You Couldn't Make it Up - 2016
Waterford Whispers News is Ireland's leading online satirical site - Ireland's answer to The Onion. The site shot to notoriety in January 2014 when it ran a spoof story about North Korea sending a rocket to the sun - which went viral and was picked up as genuine by a number of mainstream media outlets. Since then Waterford Whispers News has been unstoppable, and is now a recognised brand worldwide and a rival to major satirical news sites such as The Daily Mash.
Following the success of the bestselling Waterford Whispers News: The State of the Nation and Waterford Whispers Takes Over the World, this new book brings together the best of the brilliant and original stories that have run on the site in the last year, including all the latest on Gerry Adams, commemorations, hipsters, Ryanair and Conor McGregor. Look out to for an Election Special, the inside track on The Rose of Tralee and on the European Championship 2016, and a brand new series of WWN reports on Evergreen Ireland.
WWN Takes Over the World - 2015
Sending up the Irish government, poking fun at megalomaniac millionaires and showing us the funny side of our obsessions with social media, emojis and Cadbury s Creme Eggs just a few of the things that the team at Waterford Whispers News has been getting up to lately.
Not to mention giving us comedy gold and brilliant satire on a whole range of issues, including the Marriage Referendum, 1916 commemorations, the US Presidential Election, ISIS and the Catholic church.
Waterford Whispers News Takes Over the World brings you brand new stories as well as all WWN s best bits including:
Uncle Ben shot dead by US police
Waterford Crystal Meth announces 45 new jobs
WWN guide to ruining November
Futurewatch: ISIS moves to Ireland
New Silage body spray for single farmers
WW NEWS - 2019
Waterford Whispers News 2019 is the sixth annual from Ireland’s leading online satirical site, featuring the funniest stories of the year. Packed with brilliant satire, sharp wit and insightful social commentary, Waterford Whispers is now a worldwide phenomenon and a must-read in an era when the news has never been more unpredictable.