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The Sun sets new standard for journalism with epic two-sentence masterpiece
- Updated: August 6, 2012
Legendary U.K. newspaper, The Sun, has upped the journalism ante once again with a sweeping, twenty-word, epic ballad (shown above) that will surely challenge the perception of what sports reporting really is from this day forth.
The mind-blowing masterpiece, which some have crudely labeled an "article," goes into lengthy detail about the tale of a young Manchester City footballer named Stefan Savic and his possible loan transfer to a pack of wild wolves, which are somehow managed by a human named Stale Solbakken.
The story has sent shockwaves across the world, with several news reporting giants (including the New York Times) already folding as a show of respect. It will be fascinating to see how The Sun tops this bold triumph, but if anyone has the balls to try, surely it is the newspaper that shows a new pair of tits everyday.