Created by two college friends Robinson Meyer and Nick Castele, @NYTPrepositions pokes fun at the New York Times' obsessive pursuit of prepositional phrases as headlines of their stories.
Double Entendre of the Day: Spotted in yesterday's Washington Post.
I don't normally condone cruel and unusual punishment, but for Gaddafi I'll make an exception.
Headline of the Day: SHUT. DOWN. EVERYTHING.
[@cotslifeeditor / thanks christian!]
Headline of the Day: "'With a stick horse it's a lot different because you have to do all the work, and I think it's going to be a lot more tiring than with a real horse,' said contestant Kylie Felter."
[ksl / geekosystem.]
Headline of the Day: You had me at "blame the hipsters."
[@supergalaxy / perpetua / theawl.]
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