You simply must ignore the following text. I dare say all of it. It's good to ignore things once in a while. In fact, life would be more enjoyable if certain things were ignored. People are easy to ignore. Events, a bit more challenging. Rest assured I am not ignorant of the fact you are still reading. Perhaps you've jumped ahead a bit and observed the numerous paragraphs which lie ahead and have chosen to explore what the fuss is all about. Surly you must admit scrolling is kinda fun. It even gives your fingers a bit of exercise as an added bonus. You must continue.
But seriously, there is something to ignore here. Then again that is the whole point of ignoring, isn't it? Certainly something boring and meaningless is not worth your time. Alas, you've been hooked. Having now ventured further into this body of text you can't help but wonder what more could there be to ignore. You simply must forge ahead. It's the rebel in you.
Have you ever considered that there are people who actually get paid to ignore other people....or at least pretend like they are. Ah, now that's worth a bit of attention, isn't it. You might recall the guards of Buckingham Palace who stand absolutely still, paid to ignore you. Yet they are watching. Or if you prefer, let's examine a great paradox in the practice of ignoring. Politicians of all sorts love attention and do not take kindly to being ignored. To combat this unpopularity, their names are made known to us at great cost to those who give them their undivided attention. Odd, isn't it! Subsequent to being elected they engage in exercising their ability to ignore everything they previously promised. They were listening....but now they're not. A rather strange twist of events, don't you think.
Let us not forget to indulge our teenagers in the discussion of this matter along with their respective parents. We tend to ignore one other by engaging in selective listening and fragmentary hearing. Perhaps it's even a bit fun at times, a competition to see who can hold out the longest. Perhaps not. We really do love them and they us. We are always listening....except when we're not.
You the reader have ventured far and learned little. In fact, you have simply been reminded of that which you already know. There will always be something to ignore and someone to do the ignoring.
That is all. You may now begin to pay attention.