Capatalism on the internet: get rich quick through Instagram
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If you have been on the internet (specifically Instagram) in the last week, you have undoubtedly seen the recent PR campaign by Sunny Co Clothing. The campaign stated that if you post an Instagram picture of a specific swim suit and tag the company in the picture, then they will send you a free swim suit. Let me just say that I am very excited for this brilliant campaign. In fact, I made 17 separate Instagram accounts all with the same picture to capitalize on this opportunity. I was discussing my good fortune with all of my friends and family and managed to get them on bored too! I highly recommend that you all, no matter your gender, go on Instagram ASAP and get the free swimsuit you deserve. I was recently talking with my pen-pal who happens to be a Nigerian Prince about the topic as well. I don’t think they ship to Nigeria though, because he just kept responding to my messages with, “Send me $2,000 so I can clean the bills and wire you the rest of the money.” He’s such a goof! Then, while I was at work for Mary Kay (a job I got through the internet at a multilevel marketing company where I am proudly in charge of 2 whole salesmen, and only $1,346 in debt) I got lucky again! I just happened to be the 100,000,000th visitor to facebook.com! All I had to do was enter my name, address, credit card number, and social security number (which is 984-326-0013 in case you were wondering) to claim my free Ipad. The moral of this story is that in order to do well and make money on the internet all you have to do is take advantage of all the opportunities that come your way, and most importantly, you must never forget, as a great capatalist once said,
“If it seems too good to be true then it definitely isn’t and you should for sure trust it and everything that you read/see on the internet because that is what smart people do”