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4 Funniest Drought-Related News Stories from The Onion
Sometimes humor just captures the gravity of the problem so much better than yet another news segment on what a fine job we humans are doing of destroying our wonderful home. The Onion gets that. Masked behind their witty, fake news stories are real issues.
Take, for example, these four funny drought-related stories recently published by The Onion:
"Our trainers are going to flip them over about once an hour to help their bodies stay moist.” http://t.co/pyzhz2nRZs pic.twitter.com/0FpXIIjfXH
— The Onion (@TheOnion) April 7, 2015
Would not be surprised if that were true.
— The Onion (@TheOnion) April 3, 2015
Again, probably not far off from the truth.
Disneyland will no longer provide fire hoses for visitors to turn on costumed characters http://t.co/Hv2e9RzplK pic.twitter.com/pQnlcZnL2b
— The Onion (@TheOnion) April 2, 2015
I guess we really all do have to make sacrifices during the drought.
See! There's always a silver lining.
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