Number 1 on the list is the reference to something changing your world, blowing your mind or in some other creative way changing your basic presence on the earth. It rarely happens, but what if #17 on the list of ways to reuse tin foil really does change my life?
Second on the list is the image of an attractive woman, this one used from Flickr user Vladimir Pustovit and used under creative common license.
Oh, that reminds me of number 3 on the list of things every internet list MUST have! This introduction you likely skipped over, just like everyone else. Who reads these intros and, even worse, who has to write them? All I want to do is scroll down to the 33 times Scarlett Johannsen smiled in a film.
#4 – Surprised we’re at 4 already? You skipped the intro didn’t you?
The first listed item is by far the most interesting and will convince you to scroll down to the rest of the list of things you already knew.
#5 – Most lists will maximize advertising by making you click to a new page for every entry or for the “next 4 amazing hacks!” All they’re doing is getting 1/8th of a cent for the ad that pops up before the content.
#6 – Finally show you the image from the click link, completely out of context, proving they just wanted to click bait you.
#7 – This is about the time you lost track of which of these items was supposed to blow your mind. It was #3. You’re welcome.
#8 – Links to other useless lists of images from your favorite films listing facts you learned about the film while watching it. “Tom Cruise added scenes shirtless for his female fans” isn’t included on my list of 21 things I never knew about Top Gun, it’s #1 on my “You Don’t Say” list.
Did I miss any?