This Pretty Woman is getting prettier all over, apparently! The Post-Journal, a daily newspaper serving Jamestown, New York, just unleashed a hell of a typo on its 21,000-plus subscribers. In a recent issue, an Associated Press story about Julia Roberts’ recent TV and film performances is headlined:
“Julia Roberts Finds Life And Her Holes Get Better With Age”
We should all be so lucky.
Who needs subs? Julia Roberts, that's who! pic.twitter.com/FK6aO4jIZf
— Neil McMahon (@NeilMcMahon) December 10, 2018
The original headline for the AP story can be seen in its original, safe-for-work state on the New York Times website: “Julia Roberts Finds Life (and Her Roles) Get Better With Age.”
Yes, someone at The Post-Journal deleted the parentheses but then also, inexplicably, changed that vital “R” to an “H.”
The newspaper later issued a correction, but the damage was done. Twitter is currently reading The Post-Journal for filth, not for news.
— Jenny Noyes (@jennynoise) December 10, 2018
I love a good holesome headline…
— Richard Hyde (@fake_rwhyde) December 10, 2018
I bet they checked that correction 10 times.
— Steve (@steve_v999) December 10, 2018
I still can’t believe it’s real!! ??
— Katya (@katya_zamo) December 11, 2018
What we’re not going to do is discuss Julia Robert’s holes not today or any other day?? pic.twitter.com/09hO1etuGZ
— ?Key?n (Keyon) (@redjuly7) December 11, 2018
What’s her secret?
— Bob (@BobsworthII) December 10, 2018
hope for us middle-aged ladies yet then….
— (((StarrFaithful))) (@StarrOutlook) December 10, 2018
Suffice it to say, some hapless Post-Journal employee had a tough day at the