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Weird tweets accidentally sent out by women’s magazine are pure art

When the social publishing tool of Women’s Weekly magazine malfunctioned today, something both weird and wonderful happened to its Twitter feed. Instead of posting the full tweet including a link to the article, it only pushed the headline out to Twitter, making for some very, very strange tweets. Suddenly, the magazine started looking like a twisted art project tweeting out messages like the above.
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