Why? Why are these "articles" so popular? A line with no explanation most of the time and just a quick little animation accenting it before moving on the next line. Please some one explain it to me.
I feel like it kills the art of writing and increases the laziness of readers.
There is probably more than one explanation:
1) Some are lazy writers;
2) Some use it since they feel that readers like pictures/images so much;
3) Some cannot think of written 'jokes' so they use them instead;
The list might be too long, and it may take a while to just sit here and think of every reason.
Thi is what came to me anyway.
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