[provocative title with some comment about [thing that generate lots of hits] to help with the advertising revenue]

[provocative title with comment about [thing that generates lots of hits] designed to attract lots of page views to help with the advertising revenue]

by [named columnist who has the sole purpose in the paper of writing something designed to attract lots of clicks through]

[some words about how wonderful the writer is vaguely related to [thing that generates lots of hits]]

[big picture of half-clad famous woman for the image searchers]

[pointless anecdote about [thing that generates lots of hits]]

[futile attempt to generalise about the experience of all people of a particular gender from that anecdote]

[another anecdote about [thing that generates lots of hits]]

[self-deprecating bit to show the writer is lovely really]

[bit about the writer’s love life wrapped up in an anecdote to support whatever the thread about [thing that generates lots of hits] is.]

[bit about the writer’s partner stressing that the writer’s partner is some sort of love god and finds the writer desirable mainly because of the [thing that generates lots of hits]]

[picture of writer’s partner to disprove previous paragraph]

[long boring anecdote]

[picture of writer intended to prove that such tenuous thread of argument as runs through this anecdote laden piece is justified on account of the writer’s apparentĀ gorgeousness]

[fatuous observation based on no evidence but thrown in to make a series of personal anecdotes resonate for people who the things in those anecdotes have not happened to]

[big picture of writer looking serious because we’ve got to the serious bit of this article]

[fatuous observation about a thing in the real world which bears no relation to the anecdotes but done in such a way that the sleight of hand is not visible to idiots]

[anecdote intended to be amusing]

[faux confession to encourage gullible readers to feel empathy for the writer]

[conclusion showing that [thing that generates lots of hits] will generate lots of hits]

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About loveandgarbage

I watch the telly and read when not doing law stuff and plugging my decade and a half old unwatched Edinburgh fringe show.
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2 Responses to [provocative title with some comment about [thing that generate lots of hits] to help with the advertising revenue]

  1. David Lee says:

    [Poor attempt to replicate a humorous point made in the article]

  2. [comment expressing the view that things never used to be like this and this article simply shows how the country went to hell under the last government]

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