Oh The Onion, where to begin?
Like an obese, inconsiderate husband in a broadly-written, three-camera sitcom who, through a sequence of unlikely, but thoroughly predictable, events, inadvertently gives his improbably attractive wife the best possible anniversary gift, you gave us this priceless comedic gem:
At the risk of mixing our metaphors, just like the umpteenth adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” by a broadly-written, three-camera sitcom, you have taught us the true meaning of satire.
Well played gentlemen (and lady?), well played.