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Someone shared an article with me.

Blimey...



I thought this part was smart:


Here's the article:


Notice what else she's done?

"Be so good they can't ignore you." (Steve Martin)

She's so good at creating a good community in Facebook groups that Facebook have featured her in an article. (I presume.)

I'm pretty sure that will bring some benefits to her as well.
 

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Someone share an article with me.

Blimey...



I thought this part was smart:


Here's the article:


Notice what else she's done?

"Be so good they can't ignore you." (Steve Martin)

She's so good at creating a good community in Facebook groups that Facebook have featured her in an article. (I presume.)

I'm pretty sure that will bring some benefits to her as well.
"All those who wander are not lost, they’ve just been shunned for their fake British accents."
Dumbed down girl power.
"Sometimes when you trawl the darker corners of the interwebs for content to, uh, repost, you unwittingly uncover some of the internet’s foulest atrocities. One such atrocity is a travel blog named Girl Gone International. Although it would appear GGI has been inactive since early 2015 (we can only assume the editor shot herself in a bunker), its legacy still scars the face of the World Wide Web with pustules of wisdom that sound like they were written by a 15-year-old, illiterate version of Carrie Bradshaw (so basically just Carrie Bradshaw 50 years ago), designed to insult the intelligence of women and local populations everywhere – Italians aren’t circumcised but don’t be scared; And I found the poverty and squalor in Chennai very upsetting, much worse than the poverty shown in movies. The only thing that could make Girl Gone International’s dumbed-down brand of girl power any more offensive would be if they created a series of stupid graphics overlaying heavily edited images of women with vapid quotes about travel… Oh wait, they did. "
 

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