QUICK! BE THE FOURTH PERSON TO CLICK TO WIN BIG $!

Sorry to trick you, but it is for a survey, if you clicked pleas post a comment, I am trying to figure out how many people fall for things like this that are only viruses for my tech. class. Thanks!

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  2. I didn't really believe it (lol) but I wanted to see what this was about.

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  3. This was a HUGE waste of time

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  4. gggf

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  5. i didnt fall for it i just wanted to see how many people commented or fell fore this lol

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