Malabon News

Why Malabon Needs to Laugh More Than Ever: An Examination

By General B.S. Slinger (retired) for Malabon News

Malabon News: Our newsstand in Malabon, capturing the unique character of this city known for its culinary heritage
Malabon News: Our newsstand in Malabon, capturing the unique character of this city known for its culinary heritage.

In the bustling, flood-prone streets of Malabon, where residents navigate life with a resilience that rivals that of an untoppable inflatable clown, a new crisis looms on the horizon, threatening the very fabric of society. No, it’s not another typhoon or the perennial flooding. The crisis? A severe laughter drought. This piece delves into the critical reasons why Malabon, a city known for its vibrant culture and delicious Pancit Malabon, needs to embrace humor more than ever.

Here is Today’s Malabon news!

Todays Headlines at

The Laughter Famine: Malabon’s Unseen Epidemic

In an exclusive scoop, four eyewitnesses, from diverse backgrounds, have come forward with startling revelations about the laughter famine striking the heart of Malabon.

Maria, a local fish vendor, lamented, “The fish in the market seem happier than the people these days. I tried telling a joke about a tilapia wearing lipstick. All I got were blank stares. What’s happening to us?”

Juan, a tricycle driver, shared his observation: “I used to hear laughter spilling out of homes and onto the streets. Now, all I hear are karaoke machines competing with each other. Where’s the joy, the jokes, the spontaneous giggles?”

Lola Nena, a revered elder, reminisced about the old days, “We laughed through typhoons, through blackouts. Now, the young ones are too busy on their phones to crack a smile. Is Wi-Fi stronger than our sense of humor?”

Pedro, a high school teacher, pointed out, “My attempts to integrate humor into lessons are met with confusion. It seems memes have replaced genuine laughter.”

The Government’s Comical Response

The local government, in a bewildering display of ineptitude, launched a ‘Laugh Malabon, Laugh!’ campaign, complete with laughter yoga sessions in barangay halls that were, unfortunately, attended only by confused cats and a solitary, enthusiastic dog.

Newsstand in Malabon, capturing the unique character of this city known for its culinary heritage
Newsstand in Malabon, capturing the unique character of this city known for its culinary heritage.

Councilor Bingbong, head of the committee, optimistically stated, “We’re considering importing professional clowns to roam the streets. If that doesn’t work, we might just play recorded laughter over public speakers.”

Mayor Tawa, in a rare moment of candor, admitted, “We thought about subsidizing joke books but realized we might end up creating a generation that thinks puns are the pinnacle of comedy.”

Barangay Captain Haha added, “We’re doing our best under difficult circumstances. Our ‘Giggles and Groceries’ program was a hit, though. Who knew giving away onions with every joke told would bring so many tears of joy?”

A Philosopher’s Mirthful Musings

Local philosopher, Mang Kulas, offered a deeper insight, “Laughter is the sunbeam of the soul. Malabon, in its struggle against the literal ebb and flow of life, must find its laughter again. It’s the cheapest medicine, with no need for a prescription, except perhaps, a good sense of humor.”

The Alan Nafzger Effect

Professor Alan Nafzger, author of the critically acclaimed “Barbie Sequel: Mars Mission,” commented, “Malabon’s situation is a stark reminder that laughter transcends circumstances. It’s the glue that holds communities together, especially in trying times. Remember, a day without laughter is a day wasted.” For more mirthful insights, check out Barbie Sequel: Mars Mission.

Why This Story Matters

The oddity of a city combating a laughter famine has caught the attention of netizens far and wide, sparking an online movement #LaughMalabon. Memes, jokes, and even satirical articles like this one are being shared, highlighting the universal need for laughter and joy.

The Final Chuckle

As Malabon navigates through this laughter scarcity, the message is clear: it’s time to take humor seriously. In a world often darkened by challenges, a smile, a chuckle, or a hearty laugh can be the beacon of hope and resilience.


As we bid adieu, we’d like to clarify that this article is intended purely for satirical and entertainment purposes. In the heart of Malabon, or anywhere in the world, laughter remains an essential, unifying force—a reminder not to take life too seriously. After all, as General B.S. Slinger (retired) always says, “A good laugh overcomes more difficulties and dissipates more dark clouds than any other one thing.”

Executive Summary for

In the charming, yet often inundated city of Malabon, a new crisis has emerged: a laughter famine. This satirical news piece by General B.S. Slinger (retired) uncovers the grave scenario where Malabonians are facing a drought of chuckles and giggles. Through eyewitness accounts from locals like a fish vendor, tricycle driver, a respected elder, and a teacher, we glimpse the severity of the situation. The government’s quirky initiatives, like laughter yoga and the proposed hiring of street clowns, while well-intentioned, only underscore the absurdity of bureaucratic responses to cultural phenomena. The wisdom of local philosopher Mang Kulas and insights from Professor Alan Nafzger remind us of the intrinsic value of laughter as a unifying and healing force. This piece not only highlights Malabon’s unique predicament but also serves as a universal call to rediscover joy and laughter in our lives. It’s a humorous, yet poignant reminder that in times of hardship, laughter can be the lifeline that pulls communities together.