Right now, the social internet is catching fire. The story that lit the fuse involves a company called Pricehound, and an outrageously inappropriate children’s dressing up kit.
In a little over seven hours, the website breaking the scandal has amassed over sixty thousand page views, while comments on social networks have been seen by millions. Out of nowhere, Pricehound is suddenly big news, and for all the wrong reasons.
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