Quiz: Guess Which Of These Hilarious Headlines Were Really Printed in 2021?

What are headlines in a newspaper?
The title above a story in a newspaper, magazine ornewsletter is called a headline, or “hed” (“head”) in print journalism, or a “heading” in online pages. It has the same function in mass media writing as a lead, to call attention to the story, to snare people in.
A fter a hectic 2020, folks around the world were hoping that 2021 would be more, well…normal! Alas, so far it seems like we are in for another wacky year — but how wacky is it, exactly? Can you guess which of the following headlines are real stories featured in the news so far in 2021 and which we just made up?

Are you ready to put your news knowledge to the test? In this quiz, you'll be presented with a series of hilarious headlines, but only some of them were actually printed in 2021. Can you guess which ones are real and which ones are fake?

From bizarre celebrity antics to strange animal stories, the news can be full of surprises. But with so many fake news stories circulating online, it can be hard to tell fact from fiction. That's where this quiz comes in.

Whether you're a news junkie or just looking for a fun way to pass the time, this quiz is sure to keep you entertained. So put on your thinking cap and get ready to guess which of these hilarious headlines were really printed in 2021.

With multiple choice options for each headline, you'll have a 50/50 chance of getting it right. But don't be fooled by the fake headlines - some of them are so outrageous, they just might be true!

So what are you waiting for? Take the quiz now and see how well you know the news!

1. What is the purpose of a headline?

A headline is a short phrase or sentence that summarizes the main point of an article or news story. Its purpose is to grab the reader's attention and entice them to read further.

2. How do you write an effective headline?

An effective headline should be clear, concise, and attention-grabbing. It should accurately reflect the content of the article and use strong, active language. It's also important to consider the target audience and use language that will resonate with them.

3. Can a headline be too long?

Yes, a headline can be too long. Ideally, a headline should be no more than 10-12 words. Anything longer than that can be difficult to read and may not effectively convey the main point of the article.

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