Ef The Company That Keeps Getting Me To Click Their Conor McGregor Ad
I am sure everybody has scrolled through their Facebook feed and seen some click bait advertisement that caught their eye. You make a conscious decision whether you want to entertain the story or not…but in the end it is your decision. You know it is sponsored, you know they are probably pulling a switch-aroo but sometimes you want to hit the left pad of your mouse based on curiosity.
Well, I guess I am a mental
midget little person because some company keeps getting me to click their story without me realizing it is a fake. I see a headline about Conor McGregor going bzerk (see below), it was from a reputable site (or designed to look like a reputable site (ef you again)) so I click because I am in charge of giving the readers of BDARadio.com all the latest mixed martial arts news.
It turns out they are selling Max Test Extreme, a product designed to make you bigger, faster and stronger. In reality, I would love to get a sick pack and some muscles (maybe my woman would dump her side piece and have relations with me for once) but I do not believe in miracle drugs anymore. I learned my lesson with ExtenZe and you know what they say: fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. There is egg on face though because I have done this about 30 times…Conor gets fired, Conor gets suspended, etc. They keep getting me, but the joke is really on them. They pay for those clicks so I have a message for whoever you are: STOP IT!!!