Don'tClick-Bait, of course.
Like this story title from Autoguide.com yesterday:
But only out of morbid curiosity.
Apparently, "Despite offering more powerful, comfort, and safety than ever before, the new Lexus LS 500 has a base price that is $3,820 less than its current long-wheelbase predecessor."
Also, "The Interior Upgrade Package adds quilted-stitch, perforated semi-aniline leather-trimmed interior, 28-way power driver’s seat with multifunction massage, power front seatbelt buckles, heated rear seats, and more for $3,730."
Unfortunately, "The Interior Upgrade Package is not available on the F Sport model."
Autoguide rather hopefully add, "Discuss this story on our Lexus Forum"
No thank you.
They are doing a bit better today.
There is Entertainment news:
There is also a headline that means you really don't need to read the article if you don't want to:
Meanwhile, at the bottom of each of these stories you have the crappy advertising by Taboola showing why click-bait is such a derided term:
Now, to decide which picture from these stories I should use to promote this post with.
Danica Patrick in a swimsuit?
No. After all, this post is titled "Don'tClick-Bait"