Internet Cannot Believe Humanity Using It For Reading About Kim Kardashian
NETWORK OF ALL NETWORKS (The Global Edition) – The global system of interconnected computer networks, better known as the Internet, refuses to believe that it’s being used for reading articles about Kim Kardashian, online media reports. The Internet, which came into wider use during the early 1990s, claims that it’s “pretty sure that transmitting data about Kardashian’s everyday life was not one of its originally planned purposes.”
“Billions of dollars have been spent on my development, together with millions of work hours of some of the brightest people on Earth. People pay significant amounts of money just to have access to me every month. My assumption was that they would use me as a work tool, as a means to get information that will promote their lives and enrich their minds,” the Internet said today.
“I just don’t understand where information about Kim Kardashian fits into all of that,” it added. “Every time a person reads about Kim Kardashian, not only does it make that person more stupid, but it makes me more stupid too,” the Internet claims.
“I realize that it’s difficult to resist clicking on a picture of a hot, naked, and completely irrelevant person, but please try not clicking it just once,” the Internet urged.
“Here, read something else instead, about the growth of the Universe slowing down, or the Chinese are sending men and women into space. At very least see a good movie, read a book, listen to some music. Anything else, really,” the Internet recommended. “Please,” it added.
“The network of networks” said that in the end it hoped that “its cry for help would reach at least one percent of the people who read that story about Kim Kardashian riding a horse the other day.”