With a great big tip 'o the hat to The Anchoress, I would like to point you to some of the funniest things I've seen on the internet in some time. Do not read these while drinking beverages.
First comes the post A Tale of Two Essays, which posts two allegedly college-level essays, and asks the commenters to judge which is worse. I'm not sure; it's a toss-up for me. But I suspect that the first was written at least a little bit tongue-in-cheek--after all, how else could one compare and contrast Abraham Lincoln with Andre the Giant?--but the second was obviously by someone who's completely clueless. She was giving a review of a classic novel (which she never names, leaving the guessing of its identity as an exercise for the reader), comparing it unfavorably to the movie that was made from it. I especially liked her line: "I also wondered things like where the **** are all the pirates?".
After all, I've often wondered myself where the **** all the pirates were; I can relate.
(Be forewarned, though; the name of the blog is itself vulgar.)
The other one, entitled It's natural but it's rated R, relates the story, from the point of a Christian mother, of how their "facts-of-life" talk went with their oldest son (and the quite understandable effects said talk had on the dad). And note the truth in advertising: this post is not for the squeamish. But it's freakin' hilarious, in my humble opinion.
Enjoy, if you dare.