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Frank Hovis

More Space-Filling In The Daily Interestrateripoff

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Twice recently there have been stories purely relating the contents of specific threads on mumsnet, like my previous post about somebody relating the daily details of Lady Victoria Hervey's beach holiday as news this is shameless space-filling. I don't think I've seen anything to compare even in such non-papers as the Sunday Sport. Is this a result of the success of the online site so they're trying to churn out stories by the yard to get traffic?

When a newly single man decided he wanted to find a new love, he decided to try his chances by venturing onto Mumsnet in search of a potential date.

Within minutes of posting a romantic request on the popular parenting website, the 35-year-old was deluged with more than 400 replies from women on the site.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2537465/Lothario-gets-short-shrift-Mumsnet-Man-ventured-website-looking-sex-incurs-wrath-hundreds-women.html

When one user, known as Cindy Crawford’s Left Leg, wrote of her husband’s unorthodox suggestion to spice up their sex life, a wearied mother wrote: ‘Yawn, yawn. But cindy … there’s one of these threads at least once a week … they are tres boring … and who really gives a **** about your sex life?’.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2471399/Mumsnet-Is-parenting-site-hijacked-women-sharing-X-rated-details-sex-lives.html

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Twice recently there have been stories purely relating the contents of specific threads on mumsnet, like my previous post about somebody relating the daily details of Lady Victoria Hervey's beach holiday as news this is shameless space-filling. I don't think I've seen anything to compare even in such non-papers as the Sunday Sport. Is this a result of the success of the online site so they're trying to churn out stories by the yard to get traffic?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2537465/Lothario-gets-short-shrift-Mumsnet-Man-ventured-website-looking-sex-incurs-wrath-hundreds-women.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2471399/Mumsnet-Is-parenting-site-hijacked-women-sharing-X-rated-details-sex-lives.html

This is our moment to get HPC into the mainstream. Surely it's not beyond the wit of the posters here to create the perfect content free Daily Mail click-bait story.

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This is our moment to get HPC into the mainstream. Surely it's not beyond the wit of the posters here to create the perfect content free Daily Mail click-bait story.

Wouldnt that create an infinate feedback loop, and thus explode the internet and create a black hole?

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I'm not starting another Mail thread but I do seem to get drawn to the sidebar. I thought this one ranked high on the hypocrisy scale even for a celeb. She was in the Hunger Games, which I quite liked.

17 December

'It should be illegal to call somebody fat on TV!': Body confidence advocate Jennifer Lawrence speaks out against 'fat shaming' in Hollywood

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2525449/Jennifer-Lawrence-says-illegal-somebody-fat-TV.html

12 January

Jennifer Lawrence wasn't too impressed with Christian Bale's weight gain for his role as her husband in American Hustle.

The 23-year-old, who's already an Oscar winner, got to lock lips with Bale, but it wasn't what she envisioned.

The wisecracking star said during the production: 'I finally get to make out with Christian Bale and he's a really fat guy,' revealed director David O. Russell to Us magazine.

She apparently added: 'He's Fatman, not Batman.'

Mhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2537966/How-Jennifer-Lawrence-reluctant-make-chubby-Christian-Bale-American-Hustle.html

Maybe she's saying it should just be illegal to call Jennifer Lawrence fat?

jennifer-lawrence-fat-102193086779.jpeg#jennifer%20lawrence%20fat

Gutbucket - um, allegedly.

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