Wouldn't It Be Great If Tabloids Had Any Value to Society at All? These Images Imagine If They Did.
By Morgan Shoaff / upworthy.com
Jul 20, 2014

Waiting in line to pay for groceries, it’s hard not to notice all the ridiculous tabloid headlines: So-and-so wore shorts yesterday! Who's cheating on who? People are on diets! As entertaining as it all may be, shouldn’t *real* stories get the kind of attention the pointless ones do?

 

This campaign is from Woodgreen Community Services, one of the largest social service agencies in Toronto.

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Wouldn't It Be Great If Tabloids Had Any Value to Society at All? These Images Imagine If They Did.