Here's an improbable piece of news: Ashton Kutcher's website, A+, was caught stealing content from BuzzFeed, a website so pockmarked with plagiarism craters that it looks like some sort of douchebag moon. The Kutcher-owned vanity blog has also been lifting its content from Huffington Post, which, like BuzzFeed, is a website that specializes in reposting content from other websites. It's just a big fat circle of nobody doing any real work.
It's as if playing a computer mogul on film and television taught Ashton nothing at all.
We decided to give Kutcher the benefit of the doubt and consider that A+ might be an elaborate Punk'd gag in the vein of the Onion's ClickHole. To find out, we combed A+ for any sign of winking self-awareness. What we found instead was a bunch of self-important fortune cookie wisdom written by people who are terrible at plagiarism.
4 The "About" Page Is Both Hilariously Vague and Naively Ambitious
Let's say you're starting your own thieving click-bait site. We imagine the basic guidelines would look something like this: