Who would read these things?
Please don’t show me suggestions of things to read “based on my reading history.”
Honestly, it’s grossing me out.
I read one article about… you know what.
Sure, I could’ve stopped reading, but that would be rude. Especially in this environment. I would probably actually read Infinite Jest all the way to the end instead of just the first five pages if it meant I could make a buck.
Look, somebody took a lot of time and trouble, and apparently performed copious and, shall we say, intimate testing, to write that article about… the thing that I read about.
It’s a lot like Amazon. Just because I purchase a package of nipple shields, that doesn’t mean I have decided to make nipple shields a way of life. Amazon doesn’t need to remind me that I once purchased nipple shields for the rest of eternity on every web page I open forever.
I only have two nips, and they are not somehow abrasive or spiked in a way that might chew through nipple shields at an alarming rate. One package was enough to last me a really, really long time.
Okay, okay. I also read one article about… that which shall not be named. But that doesn’t mean I want more articles about… that… popping up if I decide to show something to my friend on my phone. We’re not that close. Honestly, I’m not that close to anybody. Not even myself.
So just stop it already. If I want to read more articles about… something… I can find them on my own.
Not that I would do that.