Hello Andrew:Slightly macabre, we would say!
Christine, I did not follow up on the stories. The headlines told me enough.JayLa, indeed macabre. While we are alive, we like to reinforce our aliveness by the death of others. Or maybe they are just cheap attention grabbing headlines.
I think Yahoo is taking the 'News of the World' approach to lure us from Google's clutches.
I want a cheese knife that sharp!
Sorry Andrew.. the third one is just a little bit funny haha!
It's always seemed to be that humans in general are fascinated with pain and suffering.
Kath, Yahoo is Google now. I think they have employed a London headline writer.River, it certainly must have been quite a knife.Grace, they wouldn't dare use a headline like that if it was a local story.Rubye, I think it makes us feel better in our 'wellness' and injury free state.
I think they've been pinched from the Daily Fail, they all sound very familiar. Oops I don't read Daily Fail...
Daily Fail Fen? Sounds interesting, but how much more can I sit in this chair looking at things.
Haha, I thought they were fake headlines. And perhaps they are? Does anyone actually click on them to 'read' the 'story'??
I did click one Red. It was a real story.
yep - Daily Fail = Daily Mail. A horrible UK newspaper.
Duh Fen. I should have worked that out.
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