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The sense that an ad is following you around the internet is now as ubiquitous as emojis and bad opinions, but it’s not often that one makes your day. Last week, an ad for pimple cream—a product I thankfully don’t need, from a company I happily can’t recall—seemed to be all over the banners and margins of websites I browsed. I’ll admit to taking it as a compliment; as a thirtysomething woman, I embrace any and all assumptions of youth.
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