The humor needs to be directed to an overall point, otherwise the essay will seem scattered and incomplete. You should have a purpose, and it should be put across in the most humorous way.
Personally I tend to dislike this style of satirising, mostly since it can be done so cooly as to make the reader unsure of whether the piece is actually meant to be satirical or not. Steps to follow You need to choose the topic This stage should not be too complicated though since the number of people or events, which amuse and shock us with silliness, is in abundance.
Singles may find something hilarious, though couples may not like it.
Take a Strong Point-of-View A common formula in satire and humor writing is this: pick a point-of-view for your narrator that is the opposite of what you the author really believe, then exaggerate this point-of-view. Opt for something that you have knowledge of, you will be comfortable with, and the audience will be able to connect with.
Repeat, repeat, repeat.