This Amusing Alternative Podcast Series Provides Your Weekly Dose Of Laughs

Jul 10, 2021

Get some relief from the negativity of mainstream news. The Loo News Network provides you with a new podcast series containing funny stories from the past and present.

Are you tired and depressed by all the negativity in the news? Discover something to make you laugh.

The Loo News Network, a podcast providing you with humorous and unusual snippets, has recently been launched and is releasing its sixth weekly episode.

Go to http://newsfromtheloo.com for more information!

With mainstream news outlets focusing on events that you probably find depressing, The Loo News Network has been created in a bid to give you an amusing take on modern and historical life.

According to Quora, 90% of media news is negative, while The Guardian reports that 95% of media headlines are sensationalist. Given their tumultuous nature, the events of the past 12 months have also seen a significant rise in depression around the world.

It is unsurprising, then, that you might be seeking an escape or relief from negativity. Each 2 to 5 minute episode from The Loo News Network presents you with a variety of obscure, alternative, and funny facts from the past and present, designed to give you a more humorous view of the world.

The maiden episode, aired several weeks ago, focused on historical oddities. As an example, an 1884 prescription for alcoholism involved eating an orange 30 minutes before breakfast every day. The cited source proclaimed that following this remedy would make alcohol repulsive.

The Canadian Home Cookbook of 1877 suggests that the ideal recovery from a lightning strike is to take a cold shower for 2 hours. If the victim is still not showing signs of life, the book suggests adding salt to the water and repeating for a further 1 hour. The Loo News Network muses what recipes the cook book might contain!

More recent topics do not go unnoticed. Episode 2 of the new podcast begins with a breaking news announcement from the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The announcer continues that it is now safe for you to wear sandals without socks.

The Loo News Network provides weekly updates to the series. All episodes are accessible free of charge, and you can access them at the link provided.

A company representative stated: “Our mission is to give you some relief from the normal news you find blasting out of your television. Loony news from the loo is a fun podcast that provides odd news, interesting history, crazy things that happen to people and the crazy things they do.”

Ready for your weekly dose of laughs? Click on http://newsfromtheloo.com so you can learn more!

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