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Great Headlines of Our Time

There was some chat this morning on Radio Scotland about it being ten years to the day since the  “Super Caley go ballistic Celtic are atrocious” headline in the Sun following the Parkhead club’s exit from the Scottish Cup at the hands of Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

However some of the funniest headlines are almost unwitting. What about this one from this morning’s Independent?

Chinchilla to become Costa Rica’s first female president


3 Responses

  1. The Super Caley headline was great – and looked awesome framed behind the bar in Gellions Pub in Inverness – but someone dug out a reference to 60s Liverpool player Ian Callaghan which had a previous version – something about Super Cally Goes Ballistic..etc etc.

    maybe just as well that I can’t find that reference, given my previous plagiarism comments re. Kid Rock being shot down in flames!

  2. Famous Liverpool FC headline
    God hits the post but St John nets the rebound

  3. I think that chinchillas are really cute.

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