Oh, my! How can the headline masters at the New York Post beat that?
Omg, that headline. RT @Newseum: The New York Daily News put the Gen. Petraeus scandal on the front page. #newseum pic.twitter.com/xqs4JVVe
— Ashley Dye (@ashleycdye) November 13, 2012
lol'd RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: Oh man, the Daily News: pic.twitter.com/g6B3raxM
— Devon Cook (@DevonTMCook) November 13, 2012
The NY papers are the best. RT @jamarhudson: RT @ericuman: “IN THE LINE OF BOOTY” – NY Daily News front pic.twitter.com/oDGcfjwk
— Kathy Castro (@kathycastro) November 13, 2012
AMAZING RT @Newseum: The New York Daily News put the Gen. Petraeus scandal on the front page. #newseum pic.twitter.com/kdeF02Uc
— michael (@emptychampagne) November 13, 2012
Your move, Post. RT @bruce_arthur: YES SIR RT @jfdulac: “IN THE LINE OF BOOTY” – NY Daily News front (via @Newseum) pic.twitter.com/WDxhQX1Y
— ☕netw3rk (@netw3rk) November 13, 2012
Does the NY Post deliver? You be the judge. As Twitchy reported yesterday, the voice of “Sesame Street’s” Elmo has taken a leave of absence due to allegations of a sexual relationship with a minor.
Thought the NY Post's "Cloak & Shag Her" headline re: Petraeus was overrated, but today's Elmo one is gold. pic.twitter.com/ZNePtE0g
— Terrence T. McDonald (@terrencemcd) November 13, 2012
But, wait, there’s more. They did a split cover, working in the “unstable twin” Petraeus news, which is just the latest soap opera-esque news to enter the already salacious mix.
A vote for the NY Post:
"Nookie Monster". Classic. RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: NY Post goes half Elmo scandal, half Petraeus. http://t.co/FpTrCi3y
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) November 13, 2012
And one for the Daily News:
Was in tears at "In the line of booty." Wow. RT @JLBarrow: These #newspaper headlines are flagrant http://t.co/E3SqZdow
— Alvin aqua Blanco (@Aqua174) November 13, 2012
What say you, readers? Over the weekend, the Post won round one in the battle of Petraeus covers. What about now? Did the Daily News take this bout?
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