This is a follow-up: At the center is the first “Literally Unbelievable” post, making fun of someone for thinking The Onion is a real newspaper and that story is real. Then someone thought the L.U. post was a real news story and reblogged it as such. So, L.U. posted their reblog to make fun of them for not bothering to investigate what both The Onion and L.U. are. But then, multiple people reblogged THAT post as real news. So L.U. finally posted this, a post making fun of that person. The layers are grammatically confusing and defy summarization.
“Literally Unbelievable” is a Tumblr blog that showcases people reacting to the Onion’s fake news stories as if they were real, mostly with outrage. This post is someone reblogging a “Literally Unbelievable” post, reacting to it as if it was a real news story. There are a few layers of failure here.
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