I hate when people share articles based only on the headline. My rough guess is that this is 90% of article shares, even when the sharer thinks they've read the article; NPR's April Fools joke is a classic riff on this phenomenon.
But if you're into sharing articles based on headlines, here's a treat: a set of headlines that are so specific, wonderful and (as confirmed by me) supported by the main text that you can go ahead and enjoy them without clicking.
A Dutch metro train was saved from disaster Monday when it smashed through a safety barrier but was prevented from plummeting into water by a sculpture of a whale tail. (OK, that one is the first sentence, not the headline)
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