Here’s an improbable piece of news: Ashton Kutcher’s website, A+, was caught stealing content from BuzzFeed, a website so pockmarked with plagiarism craters that it looks like some sort of douchebag moon.
4 Signs Ashton Kutcher’s Website Was Made by Crazy People
#4. The “About” Page Is Both Hilariously Vague and Naively Ambitious
According to the most unnecessarily verbose paragraph ever written outside of high school, A+’s hijacked blog spam is going to change the fucking world. Their goal is to provoke thought, dreams, social justice, and joy with inspiring and original content, such as this list of nostalgic tattoos they stole from BuzzFeed.