Word-based clickbait doesn't draw me in; I don't care about this one weird trick, and I'll always believe what happens next. However, spam-bots seem to have figured out that if you dangle a photo of a weird and unidentifiable mass-produced object in front of me, I have to click on it to figure out what it is.
Case in point: What the heck do you think this is?
Yeah, so apparently it's a balloon knotting aid.
They're three for 98 cents, if you're in the market. And I'm guessing this is actually the 2.0 design as the instructional illustration clearly does not match the product shown in the photos, which features a number of slits of unknown utility.
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