Do you *really* expect that to find out how tall these people are, people will click on each individual link, i.e., 40 times, under each photo, once per person, so that you are able to provide celebrities' height, which is what was invited in the initial link?! I have *never* seen anything quite so silly or ill-thought-out. No wonder there are only 3 comments, 4 with mine - people can't wait to get out of here!
Here we go again with the morons at the worst Media Outlet in Canada looking for something to put on their website. Who hires these educational rejects. Somebody at MSN Human Resources is NOT doing their job. For those other four people that took the time to express their displeasure, do what I am doing and make another website your home page and let these mental midgets express themselves to their own kind.
It already is a pain in the arse, having lists in which, every time you want to see next entry you have to click "next" and wait for it to load. Now, with every entry being a link to Bing Search, you have taken annoying to a new level. I'm outta here.
Post Scriptum: If you click at "Bridesmaids Dress Disasters" on the main page, guess what? it will not take you to an illustrated article. It takes you to the Bing Search as well. I though "shopping" was the name of the section.
I don't want or need a homepage with just links to Bing searches. If I want, I'll go search myself.
tsk tsk tsk.....
tis a shame that you mislead thousands of readers just for the sake of having an "article" which as you can see for yourselves, we all found interesting enough.
only to find out that there's not much editing and supervision goin on over there!!
Stop wasting your time and ours!!
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