When the joke writes itself

It's time to vote for your favorite headline. I present you with six different takes of the same story.

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I personally like the last headline.

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The cameo guest was Lena Horne: in her sultry speaking voice she said, "I'll bite your nose off." Cut away. Whole different spin way back when.

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I cried when I wrote this song. Sue me if I play too long.

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Not much in the nose but gristle and skin.
Perhaps the biting executive should find a
better way to satisfy his protein deficiency?

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For the win, by a nose!

And, for those not from Arkansas: “WooooOOO PIG! Sooie!” is the calling of the hogs, otherwise known as the Razorbacks primary cheer…

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Twice bitten, permanently shy.

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@usefewersyllables

or maybe that's pickled pig knuckles I'm getting mixed up?

no wait! it is a thing in St. Louie --sooie.
It's called a snoot sammich. Yuuch

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@QMS

Nothin’ like feeling the hot breath out of those nostrils when you take that first bite. I suspect that that’s where Mr. Beyond Meat was going with it, because let’s face it- chomping on some soybeans simply doesn’t bring that same visceral pleasure, now does it?

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Twice bitten, permanently shy.

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@usefewersyllables

decided (s)not to post the pic with the ketchup in one nostril
and mustard in the other. After all, it's almost dinner time Wink
Good double entendre with the visceral

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@QMS

We’ll probably put a few peoples’ noses out of joint with this line of commentary, though… (;-)

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Twice bitten, permanently shy.

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@usefewersyllables
Only the Shadow nose.

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After six years, still getting robo-calls from Marriot Hotels.
They're like herpes.