This has a little something for everyone. At least Amanda comes by her overshare honestly. This is a family that believes in publicly airing their grievances. Is Olga talking about herself, her husband’s first wife, or her daddy? I keep reading her comment in Betty Davis’ mad voice from Baby Jane, “My life is a charade and my husband a dream-stealer but WE BOTH LOVE YOU ANYWAY!”
*I think Tumblr doesn’t want people to post anymore. In the time it took me to type the commentary, it said the post died and made me refresh the page; which has been a recurring event. WTF? Was Tumblr taken over by Google, too? Google has pretty much ruined Youtube.
This is one of those times where I blurred out the name not to protect the subject but because the last thing she needs is more attention. Come to think of it, I probably shouldn’t have posted this at all but, you know, it’s the nature of the blog to feed the ego-beasts.
This is brilliant. Here’s the link to the article, “4 Things I Learned from the Worst Online Dating Profile Ever”,at Cracked. Alli Reed created a purposely horrendous fake dating profile and found that men were still falling all over themselves to date her. Ms. Reed, to her credit, was surprised to find that men wanted to date her no matter how vicious, cruel, vapid, and offensive the character she created. They interviewed Reed on GMA and went on and on about how this was completely natural because men only care if you’re pretty, natch. Then they went on to remark that these men were probably not looking for relationships, but just to bang some random woman. I’d rather dip my genitals in sulphuric acid. Personally, I believe that awful people frequently attract their kin and that this revealed how many dudes should be removed from the dating pool, or at least come with a disclaimer and a stern warning to avoid.
Thanks so much to the submitter, whose name I’m withholding so that they may snark in peace and private.
And, we’re back. That’s a constructive use of social media.
I took a little break from the blog. I’m back now, and aiming for two or three posts a week. I know that’s considerably less than usual but it’s better than nothing. The meat world has become far more demanding but, really, I blame Disqus. Disqus altered it’s mobile email settings and made it nearly impossible for me to moderate from my phone. Since I rarely get the chance to use my laptop, I primarily monitor the blog from my phone via email. Disqus has made is so that I *can’t* do that with ease anymore and that means I can’t blog as frequently. Sorry, guys. DIAF, Disqus.