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Here a NSFW parody.


I wasn’t sure how they could manage that considering the source.


worst tabloid ever?


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credit: Liartown USA


I am so mad UK is beating the US in the tabloid race! Calling my Congressman!


The parody is really of ‘Take a Break’, which seems to be the most popular (and long-lived) of these real-life story magazines, ‘Chat’ probably being the second.

The ‘worst tabloid ever’ is undoubtedly the ‘Sunday Sport’:


You can really see the grief and shame on their faces.

Hmm, those teasers sound familiar…

Young school boy shouts profanity at Trump rally!

Man walks into McDonald’s with a dead badger!

Jill Stein is a fearmongering crank who thinks Wi-Fi harms children’s brains!


What do you mean? That is the greatest headline of all time. Of. All. time.


“Beating”? or . . . “losing”? It’s a race to the bottom!

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The Sunday Sport is like The Onion, but with added porn.

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This one would be the best, but it’s also from The Sun


Do you work for them?

Because that sounds like it’d be a great marketing slogan for them.

I mean, who doesn’t love The Onion?

Aww, it’s a mini tent and light set for a mini person.

My fave fake tabloid headline is, hands down: “Dwarf Rapes Nun; Flees in UFO”. It is actually a novel.


The Register (the frequently sarcastic UK based IT news website) have been doing their best over the years to top that “Super Caley…” headline, with some success:
Super Cali goes ballistic – Uber says it’s bogus (even though its contract is something quite atrocious)
But even their everyday headlines are clearly crafted with a love of puns and alliteration which should probably be illegal, such as:
Bitcoin bank brazenly borked

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Don’t forget:

They also used to write articles for the purpose of outing trans people in the 80s and 90s.

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We could be here all day listing all the despicable shit that excuse for a newspaper have done over the years. The Fatima Manji one just happened to be the most recent (although it was a week or two ago so probably not now).