Wednesday, June 17, 2015
We here at the Daily Bungle wish to provide a public service by testing our readers to see how well they can differentiate fake news from real news. Four of the following stories are fake, but one is real. Can you tell which stories stink like fish and which one is actual fish wrap?
Urban Outfitters Prohibits White Customers From Purchasing Urban Clothing
White customers no longer allowed to “culturally appropriate” clothing in order to “dress black.”
Privileged suburban white kids who want to dress in baggy clothing and gold chains like Kanye West or Missy Elliot (or, more realistically, like Eminem or Iggy Azalea) will have to shop for their threads somewhere other than Urban Outfitters.
That’s because the nationwide clothing chain has recently passed store policy that will prohibit white customers from purchasing urban clothing.
In news that will make white kids scream, “that’s wack, yo!”, and black people say, “’bout damn time!”, Urban Outfitters has announced that it will no longer be selling baggy pants, doo rags, gold chains, and other urban clothing items to customers other than African-Americans.
White customers will still be allowed to enter and peruse stores across the country, and they will still be allowed to buy clothing not associated with hip-hop culture; however, white female customers wearing dreadlocks may be asked to leave store premises.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
We here at the Daily Bungle wish to provide a public service by testing our readers to see how well they can differentiate fake news from real news. Four of the following stories are fake, but one is real. Can you tell which stories are unbelievably fake and which one is unbelievably true.