#HeadlinesWeWouldLove Lets Twitter Users Idealize the News

Everyone from Justin Bieber to Billy Joel was name checked

Sadly this isn't much different from actual newspaper headlines. (Photo: Twitter)

Sadly this isn’t much different from actual newspaper headlines. (Photo: Twitter)

Bad news seems to be piling up recently, from the stock market’s troubles to topless women in Times Square. Wouldn’t it be nice if the public controlled the news cycle for once?

Thanks to the Twitter hashtag #HeadlinesWeWouldLove, they can. The phrase entered the top 10 trends Monday afternoon, as users fantasized about the headlines they’d like to see on the front page:

Tweeting about Twitter- how meta.

So. Many. Puns.

Haven’t we heard enough about Bennifer?

Stoop Kid, no longer afraid to leave his stoop

So he DID start the fire?

True of both Abe Simpson and Jonathan Franzen

Despite the misspelling, there’s no doubt this would be amazing.

Perhaps some of these tweeters could give the New York Post a run for their money.

#HeadlinesWeWouldLove Lets Twitter Users Idealize the News