The real feelings of leaders from fake pages of the diary
Written by us, but felt by them
The Times of India has published two lines of news on its front page today. This has caused a nationwide confusion and uproar among people, who have been wondering what could have been so important that these two lines could not have waited till the second page.
Facebook genes can be added to an embryo during pregnancy so that the child is born mutated with certain Facebook features embedded into it, giving it an edge over its peers in communicating and staying connected. Parents need to provide the name, e-mail address and Facebook ID for their fetus to sign up for the delivery, and the gene transplant is done free of cost by Facebook.
Outdoor advertising is all set to see the biggest innovation of the decade as cows on the roads would soon transform into moving billboards.