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LOL: USA Today made one of the best typos we've seen in some time - and there were lots of jokes

USA Today published a typo-laden headline that sounds like a bad spinoff where the Dutton family meets Lord of the Rings.

According to USA Today, some tourists discovered a baby elf, took it to the police station, and then it escaped … probably using magic.


Imagine how confusing the headline would have been had it not included the image of the giant non-baby elk.

They said ‘elf’ twice! LOL. Now that’s fake news.

The normal lies we get from USA Today aren’t near as entertaining as this one.

A South Pole elf wouldn’t have left any survivors at the police station. Just saying.

Yeah, it’s like that.

This is just basic science.

LOL! This is the right answer!


The newborn elf escaped into the forest AFTER jabbing everyone and threatening to fire them.


It really was just perfect.

It’s not a good idea to tick off Santa.

Is it really too much to ask, USA Today?

Yeah, IKEA doesn’t make elk-ready shelving units.

We have to agree. USA Today could have just deep-sixed this one and we wouldn’t have had any fun with it.

Too funny.


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