Mental Discharge is always looking for talented writers to contribute to our Web site. If you've got a knack for writing and a streak of humor, we'd love to see your work.
Writers must have damn near excellent English and grammar skills.
You don't need to be an English major, but you do need to show you communicate better than a kid suffering from a quivering case of autism.
Writers must contribute at least one piece per week.
Content is king. Provide a regular flow of updates to our site and earn respect, fame, and fortune in the knowledge you made people laugh. Make sure your articles aren't a pre-ejaculation (too short) or an insufferable bore (too long).
To submit an application, simply click on the "I want to assume this position!" link under your desired position. Write a generalized synopsis of your writing skills, ideas, and how you can contribute to Mental Discharge. Tell us more about you, your background in writing, and send us an article worthy of being published. Keep in mind that writing for Mental Discharge requires a steady commitment. Our goal is to keep the site fresh and updated as much as possible, so if you plan on only sending us an article or two, don't expect a permanent position here.
Are you gonna pay me, cheapskate?
Currently, Mental Discharge does not generate revenue that is considered a profit. However, we're more than happy to compensate writers for their work. Just don't expect to be quitting your day job. Feel free to contact us to discuss a proposal.
Thank you for your interest. Please select a position you're interested below.
Discharge Article Writers contribute articles for the primary sections of the site. These articles include (but are not limited to) "how-to" guides, top 10-like lists, rants and raves, or satirical perspectives on popular culture. Discharge Article Writers must contribute at one piece per month.
Jason Blair-Like News Reporters
Discharge News Writers contribute New York Times-like material to our collection of "Faux News," offering satirical news that was not researched with factual information, nor contains any truth. In other words, you're our own Jason Blair or Dan Rather. Discharge News Writers must contribute at one piece per month.