It’s nice to see that in this crazy, fast-paced world, genitalia still has value.
That rather interesting headline moved overnight via the Associated Press. Thanks to David Putney of the Virginian-Pilot for posting it to Facebook.
Previous howlers for that sixth-grader in us all…
May 31: Unknown newspaper – A headline too dirty even for Charles Apple? Not possible.
May 18: Coon Rapids, Iowa, Enterprise – We never had cheerleaders like this when I was in school.
May 11: Seattle Times – How on Earth could anyone write a headline like this unintentionally?
May 4: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – Someone probably did, once they realized the word they had accidentally hidden in the headline.
April 20: Tampa Tribune – That’s one naughty-looking sandwich.
April 6: NBA.com – Yet another word to stay away from in a headline.
April 5: Mouse Works books – Nothing but natural ingredients for this bear cook.
April 2: MSN Now - Is this headline for real? I’m afraid it is. And it’s intentional.
March 20: Canada’s Wildrose Party - The wheels on the campaign bus go ’round and ’round…
Feb. 27: Weld for Birmingham – There’s no way this headline wasn’t intentional.
Dec. 7: Waitrose Weekend – “The most accidentally pornographic pile of newspapers ever seen.”
Dec. 3: Washington Examiner – Stop using this word as a verb!
Nov. 15: The Manila Mail – Double word score!
Nov. 13: MSNBC – Regardless, it still sounds painful.
Sept. 19: CBS Local Media – What goes on in Minneapolis stays in Minneapolis.
Sept. 9: Cincinnati.com – Does the president know about this?
Sept. 7: D.C. Express – Way too much information, guys.
Aug. 26: Portland Oregonian – This headline should have been avoided.
July 6: USA Today – No wonder the sun’s so hot!
Feb. 3: Gloucestershire (U.K.) Echo – What’s special about girls’ schools?