Hi, I was wondering if trying to be funny could get me in trouble with AdSense.
I created a hub yesterday in (drunken) response to a thread about people complaining they are getting too many "white teeth" adsense ads that don't match their content.
Since publishing the hub I have been wondering if adsense might just see it as spam since I use the keywords a little excessively and close down my adsense account.
No I actually like your idea. Many people write funny hubs around here.
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