A Year's Worth of Laughs: The Needling's 2019 Year in Review

Warning: What you are about to read is not true, accurate or representative of Seattle magazine’s professional opinion, but it sure is funny
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This article appears in print in the December 2019 issue and is part of our of the Year in Review feature. Click here to subscribe.

For the past few years, these annual features—where we look back on the best, and worst, headlines of the past 12 months—have gotten more and more outrageous. For the most part, news has not been great. That’s why this year we went straight to The Needling, our Instagram obsession, for a quick laugh at its satirical takeon life in Seattle. It’s like The Onion, but Seattle-specific.

6 Local Women Most Sorry for Outshining You This Year

In Memoriam

Seattle's Biggest Breakups

2019’s Biggest Clues That Our Days Are Numbered

Mother Earth Rocks Washington with a 4.6 Earthquake

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