There’s Something About My Parenting Post

I have been a shitty blogger for months now but somehow people still keep following and reading my blog and that makes me happy and then I feel guilty for not writing. Then I think of ideas and don’t write them. I have a system.

courtesy comedyireland.ie

courtesy comedyireland.ie

I have been Freshly Pressed a couple of times and written a couple of controversial posts. Those blogs got a ton of comments. I also wrote a post on menopause which occasionally brings in new comments. It’s kind of cool that it shows up when someone runs the Google on Murder and Menopause.

All that being said, I have a post that was brief and gave a bit of background on my parenting strategeries. Not a particularly popular post but it is still being read and I can tell from the comments that I finally wrote something with some staying power, some gravitas and wisdom. If a monkey sits at a keyboard long enough….

I wrote the blog I am referring to back in April. It got a couple of comments but I didn’t think it was my best work. Go ahead and read it, you might agree. It wasn’t a month later that I realized I could have been wrong. I woke on May 9 to read this little gem from “Tests de Logique MathA@matiques & de Calcul Savoir-Faire Astuces Tage-Mage Tage 2 Score Iae Message.pdf”

Please let me know if you’re looking for a author for your weblog. You have some really great posts and I believe I would be a good asset. If you ever want to take some of the load off, I’d absolutely love to write some articles for your blog in exchange for a link back to mine. Please blast me an e-mail if interested. Cheers!

They weren’t just saying that. They meant it. They would let me take some load off. And they weren’t the only ones who were still reading that post. Two weeks later, who do I hear from but “strawberry Smoothie”.

You have no idea what strawberry Smoothie had to say. Sit down for this one.

graham cracker crust.

Graham. Cracker. Crust.

I bet no one ever wrote “graham cracker crust” in your comments section! Did they? No, I didn’t think so.

Not to be outdone just a couple of days later, stereomood.com gave me, “hoodia men“. I feel a little awkward about that comment and don’t want to delve too deeply. I don’t think hoodia men is a parenting method. Nevermind. I looked it up, it’s a weight loss pill. So that obviously piggy backs on the whole graham cracker crust discussion.

Things settled down for awhile and then June hit and we were off again. support.ardyss.net brought up the salient point of, “calories in grey goose vodka”. Not salient to me as I only drink white wine and I don’t think it has calories but salient to those who follow the grey goose vodka parenting program. Not for everyone but I think it is gluten-free.

Here (Here is the commenter’s name, I guess it’s like Cher or Madonna) went a bit more in depth:

Are there any campers which use alternative causes of energy for fuel (solar panel technology, chargeable battery, etc. With no Agitator, it is possible to wash bulkier items like sleeping bag, pillows etc. However, you can find specially made machines which have low flow rates and reasonably high output pressure. They find greater used in motors, bearings, and seals that suffer axial play over anything else.

There’s not much I can add to that. Here nailed it.

Last week, Transe-formations ; Programmation Neuro-Lingistique et techniques d’hypnose ericksonienne.pdf wrote what we all have been thinking:

It’s remarkable to go to see this web page and reading the views of all mates on the topic of this article, while I am also eager of getting know-how.

Remarkable. Yep, I couldn’t have said it better myself. It is remarkable to go to see this web page.

I had another comment this morning. These comments all come in the middle of the night like Santa Claus. It’s Blog Christmas everyday here at Misc. Maggie.

Melisa let me know this morning:

I am regular reader, how are you everybody? This piece of writing posted at this web page is truly fastidious.

Now, now Melisa — few people who actually know me would call me fastidious but if you insist! Truly, thank you.  And thank you everyone who still hangs out at this blog. I will try to be better.

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28 thoughts on “There’s Something About My Parenting Post

  1. Ned's Blog says:

    I am liking your blog very much in its fastidious nature and graham crackerness. Oh, and I think your approach to parenting is pretty dang spot on, too 😉

  2. El Guapo says:

    It is to great with reply that I am heretofore thanking you for undertaking as this.
    Never before, as I said to my cousin, have I seemed to be reading as if I had written.
    Kudos and muchness to you!

    (I think I have a monopoly on the sunglasses commenters though.)

  3. Gotta love all those highly articulate “commenters” out there ……. dontcha???????

  4. Oh wordpress, your spam never ceases to amaze me. I usually get the SEO spammers, yours are far more interesting.

  5. Addie says:

    Best I can do is ‘Use this link to send Western Union Money to Nigeria free!’

    Link provided upon request. I’m going to sit back and wait for my mailbox to fill up…

  6. Twindaddy says:

    I’ve been trying to come up with a comment more epic than those quoted in your post, but it’s beyond me. I think I may need a drink first.

  7. Margarita says:

    Like Santa Claus. I like that! xoxoM

  8. If there are two rats for every one of the 8 million residents in New York City, I think there must be at least four spammers for every WordPress blogger, Mag.

  9. Haha, I’ve had some strange (and amusing) spammy comments but you’re right, no one has ever written “graham cracker crust” in my comments.

  10. unfetteredbs says:

    Really there’s nothing better than a graham cracker crust…. Thanks for the entertainment after a long day misc Maggie.

    Sincerely,
    a crappier, lazier blogger

  11. Nic says:

    Graham. cracker. crust.

  12. Nic says:

    OMG I felt weird leaving my comment like that… I had to do something. Spam is absurd, though, isn’t it? Like, who?! WHAT?! I feel your pain, sister.

  13. Kathleen says:

    I only have a spam email subject line to contribute . . .

    Children Of Mary Orphanage & Motherless Babies’ Home

    I like that it’s not JUST an orphanage, it’s also a home for motherless babies.

    😀

  14. Andrew says:

    I feel you on the whole writing blogs on a regular basis thing. But after being off the blog grid and visiting, it’s still awesome. Keep on keeping on Maggie.

  15. Maggie O'C says:

    Thanks Comic Book Man! There is blog news coming tomorrow!

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