The British media love their headlines -- and they aren't afraid to make readers groan.
"Aren't we the tweetest?" The Daily Mail wrote Tuesday, after tennis star Andy Murray tweeted a picture of his two dogs wearing his two Olympic medals.
The Times had "Bridled joy" next to a picture of equestrian Peter Charles, whose team won gold in show jumping.
The Sun called it the "Hoylimpics" as cyclist Chris Hoy attempts to score a sixth gold medal.
"Jess she did!" quipped the Daily Mirror to celebrate Jessica Ennis' gold in the heptathlon.
The papers have also bestowed new faux royal titles: Gold medal cyclist Victoria Pendleton is "Queen Victoria," silver medal cyclist Elizabeth Armitstead is "Queen Elizabeth II" and Ennis is "Queen Jess."
-- Raissa Ioussouf, Twitter http://twitter.com/Rioussouf
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