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Thursday, April 26, 2018

Satire site Clickhole rips SeaWorld with fake tweets

Posted By on Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 2:49 PM

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Clickhole, the Buzzfeed-like department of the The Onion, posted a series of fake tweets from SeaWorld today, claiming the park no longer cares about attendance and is just going to see how fat they can get a dolphin.

In their latest article, "SeaWorld Has Realized People Will Be Mad At It No Matter What It Does So It’s Just Going To See How Fat It Can Make A Dolphin Before It Goes Bankrupt," the satire site lays out a few choice tweets from the theme park, which claims to have laid off their PR person. 
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There's more of these tweets, and honestly you really should just read the whole thing here.



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