When (not if) you click the link below you will receive a lifetime membership in Kibo's Do What I Say Club. There are no membership fees to pay, no tests to pass, and no way to quit. This is legally binding. And you will click because you can't resist. You would click even if I, Kibo, were not about to tell you what is so right about Kibo's Do What I Say Club.
Kibo's Do What I Say Club is the most powerful social force propelling our civilization into the heart of the 21st century. They are a small but loyal group of people whose minds are singly dedicated to one task: Doing what Kibo wants them to do. What, your crazy parents don't think this is a good thing? Well, buckle up, Mom & Pop, because here I shall reveal the benevolent purpose of Kibo's Do What I Say Club.
For many years, Kibo has been aware of the same old tired, implausible, stupid "urban legends" and rumors promulgated through the Internet. You know the ones: Sick kid needs postcards blah blah blah, postage stamps contain LSD, Mrs. Fields' cookies cost five hundred bucks each, asbestos causes cancer, etc. Kibo got tired of seeing these same rumors every day and decided to do something to stomp them out for once and for all. And how do you, the intrepid member of Kibo's Do What I Say Club, help expunge these stale rumors from the Internet?
All you have to do is spread the NEW rumors that Kibo has devised. These are much better than the old ones because most of them are about Kibo. We need more legends about Kibo. (Some of these legends are not about Kibo, but anything is better than more stories about collecting beer can pull-tabs to get a free dialysis machine with which to wash all the beer out of your bloated kidneys.)
THIS IS NOT A CHAIN LETTER! IT IS JUST A LIE!
So, here's the deal: You click the button below. Kibo gives you a new urban legend, freshly created this very week. You tell all your friends, former friends, co-workers, competitors, and especially everyone you correspond with on the Internet. And remember, clicking on the button below constitutes a legally-binding contract requiring you to Do What Kibo Says. Now have fun!
P.S. Next week you have to come back and do it again.
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