Man Clicks On Internet Ad for First Time

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Dr. Nothing spends 42 minutes reading about the manual espresso maker and ends up buying a tooth brush instead.

Dr. Nothing spends 42 minutes reading about the manual espresso maker and ends up buying a tooth brush with a wooden handle instead.

Today, Dr. Nothing casually admitted that he had willfully clicked on an internet advertisement for the first time while he’s been surfing the web since he first came online in 1995. “I saw this ad…for a manual espresso maker…I was intrigued and just had to click on it.” He looked kind of ashamed, like he had done something terribly wrong. “I’ve clicked on ads by mistake a couple times before, you know just browsing the web, but this time I just had to find out more about this product.” Dr. Nothing always had a weakness for his vice for espresso, and with a machine that claims to work without electricity, he could not resist the temptation.

Already internet advertisers are taking notice of this marketing triumph. Dick In Your Face Ads are taking credit for accomplishing the remarkable feat of getting a person to click on an advertisement for the first time in almost 20 years. “When our personal identification algorithm verified that it was in fact a genuine click, we knew we were on to something special”

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