9 of the weirdest out-of-context sentences from ‘Time 100’

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Time Magazine published its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and this year’s blurbs are really… something.

After the publication settles on the final lineup of pioneers, leaders, artists, and icons to be honored in entertainment, business, politics, and other industries, they enlist help from people who knows each of the honorees personally. Those people, usually close celebrity friends, then write a small testimony, consisting of around 200 words.

For the 2019 list, Beyoncé wrote about Michelle Obama, Celine Dion on Lady Gaga, and Hillary Rodham Clinton on Nancy Pelosi, to name a few. But because there’s so much to say in so few words, the attempts at praise can occasionally result in some pretty bizarre sentences.  Read more…

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