Julia Roberts’ ‘holes getting better with age’ headline typo draws laughter, flak online

A New York-based paper made an appalling grammatical error in a tale about Julia Roberts. The feature read, “Julia Roberts Finds Life And Her Holes Get Better With Age”. The word ‘openings’ should be ‘jobs’.A few people online recognized the blunder and tweeted about it.

The paper – The Post-Journal – has since apologized for the mistake, yet not before it turned into the victim of all jokes on the web. The first story was grabbed by the paper from the Associated Press. “A feature on Page D 4 in Saturday’s Post-Journal ought to have perused ‘Julia Roberts Finds Life and Her Roles Get Better With Age,'” the paper wrote in its statement of regret, distributed in a later version.

This is why she’s a movie star. My holes have only gotten worse with age.🤷‍♀️ pic.twitter.com/h3jiuEqF6P— Busy Philipps (@BusyPhilipps) December 10, 2018

I like to think all of our holes are getting better with age. Also, copyediting is important. pic.twitter.com/uNG0ZKgurx— Eric Spitznagel (@ericspitznagel) December 9, 2018

“This is the reason she’s a film star. My gaps have just deteriorated with age,” composed on-screen character Busy Phillipps on Twitter. “I like to think about our gaps are showing signs of improvement with age. Additionally, copyediting is vital,” composed Eric Spitznagel of the New York Times Magazine.

Julia Roberts’ jobs are, actually, improving with age. She won basic recognition for her execution in Amazon’s spine chiller, Homecoming, which was as of late assigned at the Golden Globes. The on-screen character additionally featured in the show, Ben is Back.

“With age comes greater unpredictability of conceivable parts,” Roberts said in an ongoing meeting. “You know, I’m cheerful and I have a ton of fun at home, so it would take a great deal for somebody to state: ‘Look, you can have this impact where you’re upbeat and have a ton of fun.’ Well, I simply do that at home!”

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