Can you tell whether The scandal of Olivia Newton-John: 12 surprisingly controversial Wikipedia pages is parody or reality? And does it matter?
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I’m fairly sure it’s for real.
It has to be reality. Right???
It’s by the Onion.
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It’s a product of the Onion’s A.V. Club, but A.V. Club isn’t exclusively about parody; I fact-checked the first three items and they’re all real. I suspect the rest are too. (If you look at this week’s A.V. Club list — “We care a lot: 14 overblown charity/advocacy songs besides We Are The World” — all of those items seem real as well.)
Almost certainly real, and the comments are funnier than the article was.
Thanks for the link!