Boston.com can't possibly not know how wishes work, right? Like if we tell them our 11:11 wish, it's not going to come true, same to all the morons that blew up Facebook feeds everywhere with their corny wishes. Come on people, this can't be the first time you've ever wished for something. Hate to break it to this "Michelle" from NH, but unless you count getting your comment posted, you'll now never become a published author. Don't blame me, that's just how it works.
Another part of me believes Boston.com knows exactly what they're doing here...By getting everyone to send in their 11:11 wishes, and thus nullifying them, they're increasing the odds that the Boston.com editor's own wishes will come true, because as anyone who knows anything about wishes knows, there's only so many wishes that can come true on any given day...Why do you think no one ever wins the lottery after wishign for it? You're all wishing for the same thing, just bugging up the system and cancelling eachother out. Boston.com has found a loop hole, just nullifying everyone in the greater Boston area's wishes all at once.
Well played Boston.com, well played.