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ClickHole Is Giving Out Life Advice If You're Searching for Guidance Today

It's kind of like today is Connie Corleone's wedding day so the Don will grant you wishes, but instead of the Godfather pulling some strings in Hollywood for you, it's ClickHole sharing the best way for you to quiet down your whiny cat.

by River Donaghey
17 November 2015, 6:15pm

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ClickHole has already taught the world valuable lessons about how to zoom into photos of Bruce Springsteen, how to get nude pics of every celebrity, and the best way to kill five hours in an airport, but now the Onion's clickbait sister site has decided to open their digital arms and give some real, one-on-one life advice.

On Tuesday, the site teamed up with Digg to do a thing called "We Are ClickHole: Let Us Fix Your Broken Life," where people can present ClickHole with Dear Abby-esque quandaries and get solid life advice from the brilliant minds that brought us The Internet Simulator.

So far, ClickHole has given people advice on love, career choices, and baby names, and they're still going strong. Head over to Digg right now to ask a question, because the whole thing is happening today and today only.

It's kind of like today is Connie Corleone's wedding day so the Don will grant you wishes, but instead of the Godfather pulling some strings in Hollywood for you, it's ClickHole sharing the best way for you to quiet down your whiny cat.

Head over to Digg now and let ClickHole fix your broken life. You'll thank us later.