And she was never ever allowed back into Brooklyn ever again. The end.
Totally satire.Totally news.
It's real news.
Just one of the many bizarro Obama/ice-cream headlines. Other favorites include: "President Obama Weirdly Eats Ice Cream Cone With A Spoon," "President Obama's Vast Ice-Cream Conspiracy," and courtesy of those hard-nosed newshounds at USA Today, "Obama Has Some Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream"
So satirical.Absolutely news-worthy.
It's 100% satire.
Nothing but a goof from the folks at The Daily Currant. Everyone knows Mittens is all about Snapchat.
Has to be real news.Has to be satire.
It's really real.
In other news: a nation mourns as the word "irony" officially loses all meaning.
Can only be satire.Sounds real to me.
It's so satire.
Just because this one comes courtesy of the snarky satirists at The Daily Mash doesn't mean it's not entirely true.
It's "news" in ironic quotation marks.Totally "satire" in sincere quotation marks.
It's super satirical.
So what if this one comes from The Onion? It's still a pretty good idea.
Has to be satire.Absolutely real news.
It totally legit for real is real.
And there's a detailed, five-page report about each and every incident. Someone somewhere is being endorsed for their Fart Transcribing abilities on LinkedIn.
Sounds real to me.Sounds like a load of satire.
It's really, really real.
Canada, go home -- you're stereotyping yourself.
No way that could be real.No way that could be satire.
This happened in the real world that you live in.
Oddly enough, it's also the log-line for the next Harold & Kumar movie.
Sounds real to me.Smells like satire.
100% full-blown satire.
It's gotta be satire.It's gotta be real.
It's way real. What a world.
And fined $200, to boot. Please, leave your i-dont-want-to-live-on-this-planet-anymore.jpeg reaction macros in the comments below.
I'll take "Real" for 500, Alex.That's the fakest thing I've ever read.
It's faker than fake.
It's those rascally rapscallions at the Channel 11 News Twitter feed again, makin' jokes and japes in 140 characters or less.
There's no way that's real.There's no way that's fake.
It's the fakest. It's Zero Fake Thirty.
But satire site News Mutiny would have you believe otherwise. And honestly, it's kind of surprising that this argument hasn't popped up on someone's Blogspot yet.
Sounds about right.I'm not buying it.
It's the realest of reals.
"The 23-year-old eventually climbed to the ledge of the bridge, then looked at his friend and pretended to fall. 'He then in fact fell,' reads a press release from the Bloomington Police Department."
That can't be real.That's too real to be fake.
That hasn't happened.
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