The Onion is great for blurring the lines between satire and reality, but probably never more so than here…
— The Onion (@TheOnion) March 22, 2018
From The Onion:
Saying it was ultimately a small price to pay in exchange for the splendid spectacle that has followed, millions of Americans admitted Thursday that they didn’t really mind having their Facebook data stolen if it meant getting to watch that little f*cker squirm. “Sure, it sucks that my private information was confiscated and used in unauthorized psychological surveys—that’s completely inexcusable—but man, looking on as that arrogant piece of sh*t tries to keep it together has been great,” said longtime Facebook user Jerry Boesen of Naperville, IL, adding that he could hardly wait to see the massive pit stains appear on the smug prick’s signature gray T-shirts as he fumbled his way through a series of nationally televised interviews.
This is pretty perfect.
Damn, @TheOnion really blurring the lines between reality and satire these days.
— Jonathan Walters (@Jonfl1) March 22, 2018
And pretty damn hilarious.
Considering the way the country and really the whole world is going, we’re not surprised.
The Onion makes more sense than other ‘traditional’ media outlets these days
I love this hahaha Possibly, the most true Onion headline in history.
— Gregory Sawden (@GSawden) March 22, 2018