Two Exhausted Politics Majors Launch Satire Website to Offset Crippling Depression and Loneliness

Despite barely juggling an unhealthy work-life-study balance, two dangerously fatigued politics students have added a new satire website to the currently over-saturated fray of content, the Salamander has heard.

In a desperate attempt to distract from an alarming reliance on the domestic generosity of their parents and a nightly glass of Cab Sav “only to help me unwind”, the students have sought about the curation of overly-niche online content that hopes to target disillusioned undergraduates and distracted Facebook scrollers. The rationale of the students, as well as the justification for the site’s development coinciding with SWOTVAC, is presently unclear.

On Monday afternoon the site’s co-founders were seen enthusiastically registering $13 domain names and social media handles in a brief flurry of over-excitement. “This is gonna be good as, once we get like 10 posts up,” one was recently overheard stating. “Hey, how do I export the logo from Canva as a .JPG?”

However, the site’s launch was met with mixed reviews. One science student, upon being pitched the idea, was broadly apathetic to the concept.

“Haha, I don’t know man. Hasn’t this sort of thing been done before?” The unnamed student responded. “Maybe try something else.”

More to come.

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