The New York Post is a publication that largely predicates itself on awful puns and wordplay even your corny uncle would wince at. See the cheesiest, the punniest, and the down right awful wordplay and photoshops at HyperVocal.com
You’ve seen round-ups of 2012’s top news stories everywhere, oft-covered sordid tales and intriguing tragedies splashed on the front pages of websites and newspapers alike. But what about the more inane and obscure footnotes and findings that ran tangential to these stories, blips that only enjoyed a brief, under-reported moment in the sun? Rather than rehash the obvious, we here at HyperVocal thought we’d give them their own little round-up: Trayvoning, Pedobear, Newt Schrute, cruise ads & more.
Left, bottom: “This might just be my favorite photograph from this summer’s The Hunger Games.”
Right bottom: “Medal. Gold. Good.”
This is just scratching the surface for bad 2012s.
Humanitarian of the Year: The Best of Kate Upton in 2012
Here are just a few ways Kate and her Uptons made the world a better place in 2012
-Cleaning up Fort Greene Park and giving Brooklyn teens boners.
-Answering phones on the trading floor as part of a 9-11 charity day
-Brightening the world through the power of dance…in a bikini.
See the best argument for a Noble Peace Prize nomination and more Kate Upton 2012 goodness at HyperVocal.com
(top pic via AP’s Evan Vucci; bottom via @FilmDrunk)
Mortal Kombat meets the 2012 election cycle.