10 Times New Hampshire’s Been Mentioned in Hilarious ‘The Onion’ Articles
We don't deserve The Onion.
For those of you who have not yet had the pleasure of learning about The Onion, allow us to introduce you.
Basically, The Onion is a website that publishes funny satirical news articles about any and everything. It's intended for readers 18+ years of age, and absolutely nothing about it is serious in any way, shape, or form.
Heck, if you go to their Facebook page to find a legitimate explanation for their antics, all that's written in the 'About' section is the Latin sentence "Tu Stultus Es". This reads "You Are a Fool" when translated to English. Whoop. It feels a little bit like being Rickrolled (speaking of, check out this video of some peaceful ocean waves).
Anyway, with all the serious topics trending in the news today, sometimes it's nice to take a mental break and read articles like:
"Seagull This Far Inland Must Be Total F*ckup" (told you this wasn't for kids)
You get the picture. These articles can be downright hilarious, especially when the seriousness of the writer's tone is the polar opposite of what they're talking about. There is no universe in which we are worthy of The Onion.
So, how does New Hampshire factor into all this? As mentioned, there's no shortage of topics that The Onion covers, and New Hampshire-based stories are no exception. Here are ten examples of such articles.