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Women's mag tweets without a link for context are absurdly hilarious

If you're going to run a program that sends out automatic tweets, you might want to check it once in a while, lest it begin resembling an acid-induced bad dream. Australian magazine Women's Weekly (think O Magazine but more suburban) were recently caught sending out tweets on their account without linking to anything. For days. SEE ALSO: Get free burgers for life at this joint, if you get a tattoo of a burger that is The error was picked up by an eagle-eyed Twitter user and radio presenter Ti Butler on Wednesday, but the best part is this: With no link or context, these tweets are unexpectedly absurd and definitely hilarious.
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