Newspaper articles often have to fight for our attention, and that’s where interesting headlines come into play.
At least that’s what I assume the journalist was thinking about, when writing about the appointment of a new chairperson for the Goa State Commission for Women. Because this is the headline of the article:
Deliberate or not, this is the kind of headline that social media can’t just ignore:
When headlines go awry. Women’s body to get new head 🤒 https://t.co/t7rqzPcgcL— Shamilla Kara (@shamilla1) August 27, 2020
Because the old head wasn’t suitable for the body.https://t.co/ivVG6HsI3O— K Singh (@Dhani_Marwar) August 27, 2020
Women’s Body to get a new head! #media #jokes #Newspaperhttps://t.co/BM7px2YNru— George Ukkuru (@ukkuru) August 29, 2020
😂😂😂😂😂 I thought it’s fake but it’s real news .😷— #Sanghi Voyager💀 (@SanghiVoyager) August 29, 2020
After 9 months, women’s body to get new head | Goa News – Times of India https://t.co/AgxZg3LMtQ https://t.co/FJdOQV6QLk
It’s not everyday you see a headline like this.https://t.co/HFIFUPYi96— Chris Stokes (@Nisaccom) August 27, 2020
This is gold!— Kanika Sikka (@KanikaSikka) August 29, 2020
After 9 months, women’s body to get new head | Goa News – Times of India https://t.co/N9ImLAUnPD
Is this any way to write a headline?— ™ (@arabicaah) August 26, 2020
“After 9 months, women’s body to get new head”
Can someone decode this headline? 😂😅https://t.co/Ijvm1cxMd9— The Watchful Indian (@watchful_indian) August 27, 2020
Was sent this remarkable headline. pic.twitter.com/fFBL9IZMFj— Bibek Debroy (@bibekdebroy) August 27, 2020
‘Head’ing over to read the rest of the newspaper now!