If you have a Facebook account, chances are you've come across an advertisement from Wish.com.

First and foremost, don't even visit the website. It's a bunch of weird, low-quality junk that has been spamming my social media for about a year now.

I'm just about fed up with it.

Online advertisements these days have been somewhat sketchy and I know I'm not the only person who has realized this strange and eerie phenomenon; just ask Christine Fox, as she's a firm believer in this.

Have you ever noticed an advertisement on your social media or perhaps coupons in your email for something that coincidentally you had just mentioned out loud?

For example: "Hey Jimmy, with all this snow we're about to get, I sure do wish I had a snowblower. Can I borrow yours?" No Googling, no web browsing, just a straight person-to-person conversation within earshot of your phone.

Next thing you know, minutes later as you log onto your social media, there's an ad that pops up for snowblowers. There's no way in hell this is a coincidence. Big Brother is definitely listening in somehow.

But this Wish.com has really been an annoyance lately. As I'm scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed and stumble upon, at least once a day, some really strange products from Wish.com that I never in a thousand years would want or attempt to buy.

Here's what I mean:

 

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