Every now and again I go to Huffington Post where I end up clicking on some inane headline just to see what “news story” the clever robot who writes Huffington Post headlines was trying to trick me into page-viewing.
It’s usually something along the lines of “[CELEBRITY A] [TRANSITIVE VERB] [CELEBRITY B or NOUN]” or “[RANDOM ADJECTIVE]!”.
Today it was “Megan Fox Clears Her Name.”
Wrongful convictions are serious business; I investigated.
Anyway, it turns out Megan Fox DIDN’T say something mean about ugly girls to a French magazine reporter. But, because no Huffington Post post can’t NOT have a picture, the post included a picture of the cover of the magazine in which Megan Fox was originally quoted as saying something mean about ugly girls that she didn’t apparently say.
It’s like they say, “When God tricks you into reading a bullshit article with click-bait headlines, sometimes he includes a picture of a French magazine with a tease for an article called ‘SEXE: ÊTES-VOUS DICKMATIZED’?”
- jennifrrr likes this
- eclecticreplicant reblogged this from slacktory
- lunferd likes this
- michaelsullivan likes this
- brainmouth likes this
- slacktory reblogged this from doubleadoublek and added:
- me3dia likes this
- doubleadoublek posted this