Edit: The initial rant is not directed a non-regular bloggers or geniunely friendly bloggers (see comments for further explanation)…
I am resisting an urge to rant about lazy bloggers capitalising on the networking efforts of dedicated bloggers.
I’ve seen it a few times lately: ‘not bovered’ bloggers sussing out who comments regularly on the few blogs they’ve looked at and then targeting them for the comment-backing.
Blogging is a beautiful business: stop abusing it.
K ….apparently my resisting abilities SUCK….but I definitely didn’t rant AS MUCH as I normally do.
This not-properly-ranting business is hard….I may have to crack and do a separate post, but for now…
What I really want to talk about is Cringe Parties.
For the last month, I’ve heard bits and bobs about these parties that encourage people to dig out their teenage diaries/poetry/songs/etc and humiliate themselves by reading them out to a group of people.
I was SUCH an idiot when I was a teenager…I thought I was so mature and deep and from what I remember, my diary contents should have me hiding under the bed in SHAME.
I planned on posting entries up here a few months ago, but I couldn’t find them and had a flickering whisper of a memory of me throwing them out when I moved in with The Boy.
But I’ll try and dig something up!
Anyone up for an Online Cringe Party??
PS: Did anyone else watch the Eurovision last night? What the frick was with the Polish singer ripping of his dancer’s clothes and getting her in a headlock????
PPS: And what’s with the weird voting thing, where you can vote from the start of the show? How is that fair to the later acts! Ireland is going to be the 12th act on Thursday’s Semi, so we’re getting screwed out of votes!!!
Also, why isn’t EVERYONE allowed vote in the Semi Finals…it’s STUPID!
PPPS: J’adore the Belgian entry!
PPPPS: This Eurovision business reminds me of This Hilarious Post White Rabbit wrote for Diamonds.