We all make mistakes, right? I mean, there are tons of times when I spell things wrong in text messages or even when I’m writing things online. But, when publishing something for the whole world to see, it’s pretty embarrassing when you make a typo—especially when that typo changes the entire context of the sentence. One newspaper made a glaring typo in an article about actress Julia Roberts, and holy crap did they royally screw it up.
In an article actually published by The Post-Journal, the headline ran as:
“Julia Roberts Finds Life And Her HOLES Get Better With Age.”
Don’t believe me? See for yourselves.
Lordy, what a mistake to make! Don’t worry—the paper issued a correction later on, seeing how holes can have a very dirty, dark meaning.
But, Twitter had a field day laughing this one off.
Headline of the day— raf taylor (@truthis24fps) December 10, 2018
Julia Roberts Finds Life And Her Holes Get Better With Age pic.twitter.com/85oU83ijgi
This is why she's a movie star. My holes have only gotten worse with age.🤷♀️ pic.twitter.com/h3jiuEqF6P— Busy Philipps (@BusyPhilipps) December 10, 2018
Copy editors are very important. Just ask Julia Roberts. https://t.co/hFcZYbwjRs— Marc Malkin (@marcmalkin) December 10, 2018
Who needs subs? Julia Roberts, that's who! pic.twitter.com/FK6aO4jIZf— Neil McMahon (@NeilMcMahon) December 10, 2018
Either it's a typo or Julia Roberts was in a real sharing mood pic.twitter.com/JW3fECntTF— Bad Take Ghandi (@Teachy) December 11, 2018
Julia Roberts and her improved holes should host the Oscars https://t.co/JMaagiZlc8— Max Weiss (@maxthegirl) December 11, 2018