This reads like some sort of backwoods, crazy, TLC late night reality tv show …
Quite the headline pic.twitter.com/9fH64eqCWJ
— Elizabeth Harrington (@LizWFB) February 10, 2017
Not just a woman, but a transgender woman in her late 50’s who killed her SIXTH husband botching a castration was arrested for threatening to shoot a judge.
Makes you wanna read the story though, right? Heh.
@LizWFB really gotta read the article to get the full picture
— Nino (@baldingschemer) February 10, 2017
No thank you very much.
@LizWFB I've had apartments smaller than that headline.
— mitrebox (@mitrebox) February 10, 2017
It is sorta clunky but then again, if you left out any of the details would it really be as interesting? Terrifying even?
She wasn't arrested for the dead/castrated husband #6?
You're teasing me – I need details!
— HeisenbergHattie (@HBergHattie) February 10, 2017
While the job of a headline is to make the reader want to know more, yeah, we don’t want to know more. We in fact know enough already to be thoroughly scarred for years to come.
— Charlie Zegers (@charliezegers) February 10, 2017
Right? What do you do with something like this? Besides post it on Twitter and laugh about it.