Funniest Ambiguous Headlines




    Funny Headlines features inadvertently hilarious headlines from the world's newspapers. Chuckle at poorly-written headlines that somehow got past the copy editors.

    *Think you’re funnier; then submit your own jokes for inclusion in the app and get the credit too.

    *Warning, these jokes contain swearing and topics of an adult nature and as such are intended only for grown ups. Please do not download if you easily offend you will only get upset*

    *New jokes added weekly
    *Submit your own joke for inclusion in the app.
    *Move to SD card (android 2.2+ only.)
    *This app will remember were you are up to even if you turn off your phone or update the app
    *Share with SMS/Email
    *Copy to Clipboard(via menu button), for posting to social networking sites.
    *Random joke button
    *Hold the left arrow to go back to the start
    *Hold the right arrow to go to the end
    *Link to developer’s other apps in the market
    *Change the size of the text
    *Change the color of the text
    *Change the style of the text
    *Change the background
    *Rate the app

    Examples of what's inside (jokes are not censored in the app):

    "The following headline was actually printed in a newspaper, which will remain nameless:
    Drunk Gets Nine Months in Violin Case"

    "BBC News - "Obama sets Mars goal for America".
    I'm sorry Mr President sir, but no chocolate bar is big enough for your nation of noshers."

    "Headline in the Irish Times:
    Customs officers have seized 4.2m cigarettes in the largest haul of counterfeit tobacco ever landed in the Port of Cork.
    4.2m, thats some long cigarettes, they must be f*****g super super super kings."

    "BBC news headline:
    Scientists prove a direct correlation between the harmful waves emmited by using laptop devices near male genitalia and a drop in sperm count.
    Personally, I blame porn hub."

    "The following headline was actually printed in a newspaper, which will remain nameless:
    Hospitals are Sued by 7 Foot Doctors"

    Appsolutely Fabulous, takes no responsibility, for the content of this app. None of the jokes were written by anyone at Appsolutely Fabulous, they were all either sourced form the internet or sent in by the users of this app. We accept no blame for any offense caused, care has been taken to remove offensive jokes, however it you are offended by any of the jokes please report them to us via the app and we will consider the joke for removal.

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