Soap Opera ‘Farm’ Raided

Soap Opera ‘Farm’ Raided

Piss-Artist's Impression
Piss-Artist’s Impression

Teams of Army inspectors have raided the studios of major Thai television soaps and discovered widespread farming of soap stars.

In a move rumoured to be in preparation for the ‘standardization’ of all Thai soap operas to conform to the Twelve Commandments, unit’s of the Thai Army’s First Armoured Light Entertainment Division have been inspecting television production facilities, even the supposedly secret bases in the cold, dark, far north of the country. These were the so-called ‘Talent Farms’ that have been rumoured to exist since the very beginning of television.

Renowned Farang animal-rights activist Eddie Wizecrack, who accompanied Thai forces to advise on the treatment of any cast members they may find, described the farms as ‘barbaric’. The conditions in which young starlets were being raised were “Easily as bad as the worst East-European veal farms” Wizecrack said.

In veal farming animals are raised in almost complete darkness with extremely limited room to move in order to produce a pale, tender flesh.

The talent farms have a similar purpose – to keep the skin of a developing starlet almost completely white and their emaciated frame as slender as a bamboo pole. “These poor starlets are separated from their mothers almost at birth and kept in ‘crates’. Deprived of sunlight and exercise they are fed on a diet of skimmed-milk and concentrated whitewash – in which they are also encouraged to bathe.” explained the shell-shocked activist.

He continued, “Their intellectual development is also brutally suppressed. When finally released to work, they can be relied upon to recite any purulent garbage no matter how banal and, when required, to toe-the-line of any political candidate or party the station owner currently supports.”

Terrible bellowing and soul-wrenching screams of tortured creatures driven out of their minds could be heard some way from the farm, suggesting that they were also supplying candidates for “Thailand’s Got Talent”.

Even though free now of their gruesome confinement, the starlets – deprived of a normal childhood and totally incapable of leading a productive life – have little hope of entering conventional society. The freed vacuous starlets are expected to be cared for in government institutions and eventually join the National Legislative Assembly.

World Thai Food Standards to be Enforced


A postgraduate janitor at Chiang Mai’s Al-Tsaimeur University has spent an entire weekend designing a Thai food testing robot after watching the movie Automata.

Speaking to us through a specialized Nerd-terpreter, Professor Buggbot Moppenbukkhitt told us, “Although the movie was truly f**king awful and made me want to vomit through my eyes, the idea of a robotic cockroach instantly appealed to me.”

“Millions of Thai restaurants already have cockroaches tasting their food, we just need to standardize the roaches with technology and get them to report back to central authorities such as the National Noodle Command or the Strategic Rice Operations Centre.”

With an appropriate nuclear power-pack, the so-called ‘Cook-Roaches’ could roam the world checking Thai food standards across the globe. Junta Spokesthing Wing-Midshipman Maotpeet briefed the press on the security potential “The NCPO (National Council for Pizza Orders) sees the potential to expand [the Cook-Roaches] remit to enforce Dear Uncle’s Twelve Commandments world-wide as well.”

When we asked if there was a risk the robots could transmit Ebola, Professor Buggbot  replied, “Don’t be silly, robots don’t get Ebola.”