ArchivesTag : Mark Lowton

This Is Not Me!

Lancaster (UK) – (SatireWorld.com) A rather two faced (and spotty faced) poorly paid council house dweller masquerading as the editor of a very derogatory, malicious and rather tedious little website, know as the spoof.com has finally admitted he likes nothing more than stirring up trouble among writers and contributors to his site.

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Editor Makes First Solo Human-Powered Rocket Flight

Lancaster (UK) – (SatireWorld.com) “Before Yves Rossy flew across the English Channel with a strap-on rocket glider wing, there was ME writer and editor Mark Lowton from Lancaster, England,” claims Mark Lowton, England’s newest human powered flight pioneer.

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Editor Mark Lowton Celebrates 12th Birthday

Lancaster (UK) – (SatireWorld.com) The Lancaster Times Union let the cat out of the bag when an unplanned birthday announcement was published for all the world to see…Local boy Mark Lowton turned 12 years old on October 17th.

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Brit Writer Celebrates ‘Kiss Mark’s Ass Day’ By Wearing Nice Lipstick, Butt Forgets Nose Wipes!

Lambcaster, England – (SatireWorld.com) Rejection can be a hard thing for a person to accept. The resulting loss of friends, or family, a job, or even artistic self-esteem. In one British writer’s case it should really be the loss of his own self-respect. Mainly because of his rejection by being banned from playing with his […]

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Man Invents Self-Banning Computer Software! (viewer discretion advised)

Lancaster, England – (SatireWorld.com) In the ever changing world of science and technology amazing marvels find their way into the desktop computers of millions of consumers. Often before much of the technology is proven or actually fully developed to its greatest potential. A Lancaster man possible upped the ante by developing a software system that […]

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Spoof Site Ransacked During British Riots

Lancaster, England – (SatireWorld.com) The corporate site of the popular online website, the Spoof, was ransacked during the recent civil unrest that plagued numerous cities throughout England. The damages were described as extensive and appear to be revenge motivated, claims Mark Lowton, a senior partner for the firm.

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