‘B**b clickbait’: Washington Post gets mocked over photo used for an article on families and matching outfits

Christy Beck runs a popular Instagram account where she posts photos of her family — she’s the mom of triplets — in matching outfits. Such as:

And this:

Or this:

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Now, here’s the photo of the Beck family the Washington Post used for its article today on families who buy matching outfits, a “fashion trend that won’t go away”:

FFS. Real journalism at work, right?

And this is one time where we say, “read the comments”:

Drag them:

And congrats on embracing “boob clickbait”: