Getting comments on my entries makes me feel like this:
[from we heart it]
Sadly, I get about twice as many spam comments than I do real comments (you just don’t see ’em because they get caught in my spam trap). Sometimes they’re funny though, so I go with it. Like this one for example:
I am writing to let you be aware of of the extraordinary discovery our daughter found using your blog. She came to find plenty of things, with the inclusion of what it is like to possess an incredible giving mood to make a number of people without difficulty grasp various impossible things. You truly exceeded my expectations. I appreciate you for rendering such important, safe, edifying and also unique tips on this topic to Gloria.
I mean, I know my blog is amazing, let’s get real here, but I’m not that good! I love how it’s so vague (the word “things” is used twice in the same sentence) and so overly-flattery, just so I’ll click on the website attached (I got rid of it) for online Poker.
In conclusion, I love your input on my posts. Even if it’s constructive criticism, I’ll take it. (Like when Ashley suggested I move my board games out of the room’s focal point. It stuck in my mind and after I rearranged, they weren’t anymore). So I hope to hear from you soon!