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Pope weighs in on condoms vs. a little head, 404-carat diamond not found in Angola, and after the spanking, the aural sex: a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 2/14 - 2/20
Posted by Unfreakable at 2016-02-22 11:06:28 AM (2 comments) | Permalink

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A new week, some new Headline of the Year candidates.

Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2016-02-14 to Sat 2016-02-20:  Sniper bullet decapitates ISIS executioner as he teaches recruits how to behead prisoners. It's like BRAAAAIIIINS on your training DAAAAAYYY  Tardy sharks arrive in Florida. But honestly, where else would sharks like that go?  Scientists discover "stoner gene." Hah, I know that dude  Massive 404-carat diamond not found in Angola  Assembled crowd goes wild for German shorthaired pointer. This is not a repeat from World War II  ᴴᵃᶫᶠ ᵗʰᵉ ʷᵒʳᶫᵈ ᵗᵒ ᵇᵉ ˢʰᵒʳᵗ ˢᶦᵍʰᵗᵉᵈ ᵇʸ ²⁰⁵⁰  The Pope says that using condoms is better than getting a little head  Italian 'coffee king' buried in coffee pot. Must be one of the perks  Another search underway by principals who caught Syed  Texas officials became immediately suspicious of town's water when they realized it was black  Kim Jong-un's nuclear tests might make North Korea's volcano erupt. Scientists predict it could be the most impressive Darwin Awards death ever

Sports:  Roger Goodell takes a pay cut to a measly $34 million, still doesn't understand the Ideal Gas Law  Washington Redskins and Kirk Cousins break off contract negotiations. I haven't seen Cousins in DC quit talking like that since Eleanor found out about Lucy Mercer  Leo Komarov'shiat on Ryan McDonagh earns him three games away from the Maple Leafs. Subby thought suspensions were supposed to be a bad thing

Geek:  Wake Forest University scientists print living body parts. In related news, the school has decided to award an honorary degree this year to Cher  And after the spanking, the aural sex  Astronomers discover a black hole 21 billion times as massive as the Sun. Scientists vote to officially name it, 'Yo Mama'

Entertainment:  Vanity 6 feet under  Pizza Hut offers Kanye a job to get a start on the $53M. Kanye soon to be rolling in dough  Susan Sarandon supports Bernie Sanders because she doesn't vote with her vagina, which is probably a good thing because it would really leave the voting lever moist

Politics:  It's twue, it's twue. The Pwesident is going to Havana  Even Google is beginning to think Ted Cruz might be the Zodiac Killer, an allegation, you will note, he has never denied, not even once  Bush pruned

Business:  Former Treasury Secretary says it's time to get rid of the $100 bill, saying it would make life tougher for criminals. Except for the fact that most big criminals do all their dealings through stocks, bonds, commodities  KFC executive says the chain is going through "re-Colonelization", which must explain why their Colonels are regenerating faster than the average incarnation of Doctor Who  Hedge fund founder Kenneth Griffin just dropped half a billion dollars on two paintings, one by Jackson Pollock the other by Willem de Kooning, surpassing his previous most expensive art acquisition, a performance art piece called "Romney 2012"
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2 Comments     (+0 »)
2016-02-22 05:03:31 PM  
shame on you for posting that ripoff headline.
2016-02-22 06:58:02 PM  
Just that one, huh?
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