According to the Mail Online, a head-on crash is when one vehicle crashes into the back of another vehicle.
To be fare, of coarse, we all do such things, even with the spill chucker activated. Just not as often as the Fail Online.
‘To California’, coming soon to a dictionary near you. But what does it actually mean? I’ll plump for ‘to redecorate’, sounds plausible.
The Mail Online kept up its own tradition of not checking headlines.
It’s another Top Gear FAKE: Stunt where presenters ‘infuriate’ riverside diners with trail of chaos in home-made hovercraft was choreographed with actors Despite being so obviously fake, it would seem that the DM team were completely taken in as usual, although not their readers judging by comments. Just wait until they find out that Wallace and Gromit didn’t actually go …
From the Mail Online:
Nine out of the first thirteen articles on the home page of the Daily Kardashian Mail Online were about ‘Kate and Wills’, including this bizarre piece: Is this what the Royal baby could look like? Forensic artist generates computer images of William and Kate’s future child
The Mail Online seems to be on a bit of a roll at the moment.