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Genius Twitter Account Gives Male Celebs The Shallow Tabloid Treatment

As shallow tabloids go, the Daily Mail is one of the worst offenders out there. The publication is famous for "reporting" on female celebrities faces and figures as they go about their days. Some of their choice headlines today include "Christine McGuinness flaunts her tanned and toned figure in an underboob baring thong bikini as she hits the beach in Mallorca" and "Ashley Graham puts growing baby bump on display in black leggings to workout... as she praises her fans for sharing their stretch mark photos". Twitter account @MaleDaily1 (The Daily Male) is here to flip these sketchy reporting practices and apply them to all your favorite male celebrities. Reading about Danny Devito "pouring" into a black outfit and Piers' Morgan "hiding his famous hourglass physique" really shows you just how awful the Daily Mail is about featuring women. We're not sure if this account will flip the script on their reporting, but we hope that it'll make the general public a bit more aware regarding these gender discrepancies. In the meantime, the photoshops are wildly funny, and we can't wait for more.

Funny tweets making fun of Daily Mail, parody called the daily male which reports on the appearance of male celebrities, danny devito, chris evans, ricky gervais, chris pratt, piers morgan, the rock, ryan reynolds.
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Roger Simon wrote on Politico that Paul Ryan has been avoiding Mitt Romney, and calling him "The Stench." News websites and (of course) MSNBC reported the story without doing any follow-up research, but there was one problem. It wasn't true. Roger Simon made it up.

"Some people always don't get something, but I figured describing PowerPoint as having been invented to euthanize cattle would make the satire clear. I guess people hate PowerPoint more than I thought."

Funny thing about satire, Roger. It has to be, you know, funny. Did anyone really think Paul Ryan would call Mitt Romney "The Stench?" Give the guy a little credit. Even if he were ducking Romney for some reason, I'm sure he'd come up with a better nickname than that.