Clickbait Spoilers: Wal-Mart Holy Land
Clickbait: Maybe you like them, maybe you don’t. Either way, you probably don’t want to watch a 6-minute video just to find out what is the best way to defrost your windshield. I’m here to help. From my own “that one site” page, I am clicking through, just for you.
“These 5 Words Turned Wal-Mart into a Holy Land-and it’s Flooded With Grace and Tears”
The words: “May I buy your groceries?” The article: On a “foreverymom” blog. The story: A bit of a cliched feel good story about a family who thought to do something different for Christmas. They went to Wal-Mart and offered apparently needy people to buy their groceries. The characters were very much cliched, but that may be my cynicism. It could be true, or it could be made up. Either way, fine idea not necessarily worth the bait.
4 out of 5 worms
“This Duvet Trick Will Change Your Life! I Wish I Knew This A Long Time Ago!”
The trick: I’m not entirely sure. What is a duvet? Anyway you tied, rolled, flipped and unrolled so the other side would show… The article: It was a video on “danyalplus” that showed some sort of daily talk show called “Meredith” who was way too freaking excited about this “trick.” Stupid. I suppose some people’s lives will be changed by this, but I sincerely doubt it.
1 out of 5 worms
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