Trump Waited to ‘See What Happened.’ He Didn’t Like What Happened Next! Click Here to See the Cartoon!

NOTE FROM WALLACE (AND DON’T FORGET TO CLICK BELOW FOR THE FUNNY TRUMP CARTOON!):

Flamboyantly controversial US President Donald J. Trump is fond of ending a public conversation with a certain enigmatic phrase of his…
‘We’ll see what happens.’
Is this a threat?
Is it a sign that he’s open to a variety of possibilities and responses?
Or is he simply trying to duck the question?
It’s all very open to interpretation, but it certainly leaves him a hostage to fortune, in the eyes of some.
Are these the words of a skilled strategist, or a confused buffoon who has no idea what he’s doing?
Prominent media outlet NPR gives a few examples.
Among other things, Trump has dropped this peculiar and arguably disconcerting phrase in relation to North Korea, Iran and the Florida / Puerto Rico hurricane.
Does this phrase have its pitfalls, then?
Here’s a cartoon from Up Chuck.
Trouble in paradise!
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The Great American Novel Has Finally Been Written! Which of Trump’s New Books Is It?

Getting ready for the day he leaves office, (which might not be far away), President-Select Trump has a whole host of ghost-written books all ready for publication to make sure he stays in the public spotlight long after the Oval Office lights fade. (Also to make sure the mullah keeps rolling in; he is getting up there in years, after all!)

Maybe You Can’t Fool All The People All The Time, But I Am Going To Give It a Try Any Way.

The Power of Obnoxiousness – An Awesome Tool To Becoming To Gaining Power And Becoming Really Rich.

As President, I Am The Biggest Winner Of All And You Are All Losers. Read more The Great American Novel Has Finally Been Written! Which of Trump’s New Books Is It?

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Glossy News Has Published Our First Book! Never Have I Ever: the Game in Book Form

You know those $30 board games you play that are really wicked and really fun? Yeah, we made our own version, and it’s in book form; and it’s available for $5.99 on the first edition. The second edition promises to cost more; but this one is really fun, superbly clever, and wicked as all-get-out.

It’s the culmination of over a year’s work and we’re really proud of it.

The book is available here on Amazon.

There are rules of course, and play pieces you can cut out from the back page. But all that’s purely secondary to the replayability of it all.

With an average of 30-questions to finish the game, and over 800 questions in the book, the replay value promises to be around 28-plays.

Compare that with Cards Against Humanity which costs $26, and has a replay value of about two times. This game is around 21-cents a play, versus $13. I mean, you’re coming out ahead right out of the gate, but don’t take it from me! Read more Glossy News Has Published Our First Book! Never Have I Ever: the Game in Book Form

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Yet Another Amazing New Book Cover… The Incredible Curmudgeonly Professor!

My satire book ‘Professor Smiggles & the New Intellectual Warfare’ has beautiful, cute new cover!
Just look at the cuddly wise old owl…
Up in the top right corner of this article!
Part one of the book is satire from the curmudgeonly Professor. Read more Yet Another Amazing New Book Cover… The Incredible Curmudgeonly Professor!

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Baseball’s Greatest Dicks

Spring is here, a time when young men’s fancies turn to begging their parents not to make them play Little League. Baseball has become one of the least popular sports among kids these days, dropping below competitive standing. However, to many us of older folks, it’s still the greatest game ever played in pajamas. Read more Baseball’s Greatest Dicks

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Selection of Sites from Our Satirists!

If you haven’t already liked our Facebook page, you can do so now! Please remember to set ‘Following’ to ‘See First,’ rather than to ‘Default.’ (This option appears below the graphic up top; between ‘Liked’ and ‘Share.’)

We’ve made some progress; but more needed soon! Read more Selection of Sites from Our Satirists!

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What’s Coming Next this Week?

This week at Glossy News, we have:

Some disturbing satire on the NRA, the controversial US gun lobby.

More funny videos from Brian!

More advice on how you can help us grow, as we introduce our modest (but hopefully very timely and helpful!) rewards and incentives scheme. Read more What’s Coming Next this Week?

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Comedians Debate the Nature of Satire

Dateline: MONTREAL—Comedians gathered around an enormous round table at the World Comedy Festival to try to answer once and for all the perennial question of whether satire is supposed to be serious or funny.

According to the comedian Lawrence Flappapuss, satire is mainly about making people laugh. “Satirists make fun of things, so satire’s got to be funny,” he said. “Satire should be as funny as physical comedy. That’s why I combine the two in my act.”
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