Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Dedicated to idontthinkso123 . . .

So if you haven't seen the heated little 'battle' me and idontthinkso123 have gotten into in one of our comments, go look at it. Click on the Comments sections under the blog post on Wednesday, December 29, 2010 and read them if you care.   

As you can see, all 20-something comments all began with her (I now have reason to believe it is a girl) posting as a random comment, "I know who you like." 

What kind of a person writes such a random comment on a blog post like that? I mean, honestly, if idontthinkso123 wanted so much to intimidate me (or whatever else she was trying to do while trying to spend her time) then she should've at least put in some more effort. I mean, even though I admit that yes, she accomplished her goal in that it weirded me out and thus I responded back, leading to this whole darn thing. But you know what? I'm done with it. I have better things to do, so idontthinkso123, whoever you are, stop posting weird comments. Please. Oh, and go learn some Japanese while you're at it, too. (Inside joke). :D Ha. Ha. 

I mean, she didn't even bother following my blog - no, she just went and posted a weird and completely random comment on one of my Question of the Week blog posts. And the Question wasn't even about liking someone, for Pete's sake! 

But whatev. 

So goodbye, idontthinkso123. 


  1. You can whine however which way you want, but that doesn't change the fact that I STILL know who you like.

  2. Oh really? So then why don't you enlighten us all by saying who it is.

  3. Sorry! That wasn't supposed to be there! My keyboard wasn't working, so I was like slamming it and somehow a weird comment got posted. Once again, sorry!

    I'll let you and idontthinkso123 argue it out. Did I ruin the intensity? My bad...


  4. Misticalnia, Eeshie is awesome. Be more like Eeshie. I KNOW WHO YOU LIKE


  5. What the heck are you talking about, Creep?

  6. I'm me. Eeshie is Eeshie. Besides, you're not the boss of me.


Did you hear that? It's the sound of the keyboard being abused. It's a skill every writer/blogger needs to know. If you don't know it, go back to high school. Ohhh....wait. They don't teach you that in high school. Darn it. What ARE they teaching kids these days? Anyway, just leave a comment, and remember next to abuse your keyboard, because it's there to feel your rambling fingers.