WTFs Reporting Science
For your enjoyment, I present this headline:
Yes, I know it's pointed to the Register, but let's see how many WTFs we can find. My favorites are the article headline, and the description of dolphins as "lusty mammals." Maybe the "reporter" on this article has a thing for dolphins?
Maybe the "reporter" on this article has a thing for dolphins?
Dolphins are known for attempting to rape people swimming with them. I think it's a reasonable description in the sort of colorful style you get there.
let's see how many WTFs we can find
I know it's pointed to the Register
Doesn't the latter preclude the former?
Oh man, those dolphins and their Humanies fetishes. We need to stop the Epipelagic rape culture! Report any cetaceans that make any inappropriate sexual advances to your local lifeguard. We need blue-ribbon panels. A presidential address. Remember, eek-ek-keeeeee means no. Or maybe more. Or possibly nothing at all.
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Dolphins are known for attempting to rape people swimming
that and dragging people down into their underwater love caves, and raping their slowly bloating corpses.
El reg does that intentionally. And generally gets the actual science part better than most rags.
I mean, they have their own playmobil scale space program.
if a WTF is perpetrated intentionally for humorous effect is it still a WTF?
Sounds like a meta question: when is a WTF not a WTF?