Craig Silverman votes for this doozy from the NYT:
An earlier version of this column was published in error. That version included what purported to be an interview that Kanye West gave to a Chicago radio station in which he compared his own derrière to that of his wife, Kim Kardashian. Mr. West’s quotes were taken, without attribution, from the satirical website The Daily Currant. There is no radio station WGYN in Chicago; the interview was fictitious, and should not have been included in the column.
Another favorite of his, from Slate:
This post originally quoted photographer Tom Sanders as saying it takes him five years to get on the dance floor. It takes him five beers.
Read all of Silverman’s list here. The Dish’s own picks throughout the year here. One of them would make Santorum smile, if he had a sense of humor:
To the Editor:
I was grateful to see my book “This Is the Story of a Happy Marriage” mentioned in Paperback Row (Oct. 19). When highlighting a few of the essays in the collection, the review mentions topics ranging from “her stabilizing second marriage to her beloved dog” without benefit of comma, thus giving the impression that Sparky and I are hitched. While my love for my dog is deep, he married a dog named Maggie at Parnassus Books last summer as part of a successful fund-raiser for the Nashville Humane Association. I am married to Karl VanDevender. We are all very happy in our respective unions.
That one was from the NYT. Another from the Guardian:
The most British newspaper correction I’ve ever seen, in the Guardian via @eleanorokane pic.twitter.com/sdNs5GlK0g
— Matt Pearce (@mattdpearce) October 12, 2014