Tuesday, July 31, 2007

'kay, I wanna know...

...if that counter (down on the left) that I sold my soul for isn't lying, and some 6,303 whatever people have actually looked at this blog (and I have serious, serious doubts as to the accuracy of that counter, cute though it may be with its darling kitty-cats), then how come I don't get more comments? Crazy Aunt Purl gets comments! She is AWASH in comments! I only want 10% of her comments! Is that so much to ask? (I would like her book deal as well, if THAT'S not too much too ask. I'm not divorced or drunk, but I AM covered in cat hair a lot of the time!)

Heck, I bet Stephen "Helmethead" Harper gets more comments on his blog than I do, and he really IS boring. And does STEVIE bring you BABY RACCOONS? Cute cats? Artistic shots of nostrils and feet? Amusing-if-bitter commentary on the roadways of Quebec? I THINK NOT! NOT NOT NOT!

What do I have to do to get more comments? Drink more? Talk about drinking more? Dance on a table with a lampshade on my head?

Okay, okay, OKAY. I 'm gonna go drink a beer now (Kilkenny Cream Ale. My paternal grandmother was born in Kilkenny.) Beer is good when the temperature outside registers a bazillion degrees with 5, 461% humidity. Since I can get drunk on two beers (one if my stomach is reeeeally empty), this one small beer a major step towards attracting a larger audience. That is, if you want me to write about drunkeness. Which I suspect you don't. So I'm back to square one. Where's that lampshade?

Cheers!

9 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:15 pm

    Let's see. I forget what made me start reading your blog. I did a search about something... can't remember what. I remember I sick in bed and feeling blue at the time. But I found your BLOG intriguing and have stopped in every now and then to see what's up. I adore animals myself and so enjoy those posts. Your rants have a bit of British flare to them. I schooled in England and so I kinda appreciate those posts as well.

    At the time I bookmarked three BLOGS and have continued to check in... but admitedly I kinda feel like I'm intruding.

    There! A comment for you in return for you blog.

    KP

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  2. I've been to Kilkenny. It' lovely. I stayed in a castle, which was just a treat. I recommend it highly.

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  3. It looks like I've arrived at your blog just in time to make a much deserved comment. Thanks for making the world a better place.

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  4. Anonymous11:06 pm

    I actually had a guinness last Saturday. It was 45 pesos! :O but totally worth it. (now you know who this is from ... I wanted to make anonymous comments so you would think that a total stranger is reading your blog .. haha)

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  5. Leanne6:44 am

    I read every time you post (gotta love Bloglines!) but I don't comment much. Sorry about that. I like getting comments too, but I don't know that I'd want as many readers (and commenters) as Crazy Aunt Purl, Yarn Harlot, etc. I think I'd feel way too exposed!

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  6. Sharon in San Francisco1:50 am

    okay...here's a comment...but it's really a question.

    WHO IS THAT GORGEOUS DOG, BUDDY? He is just beautiful. In fact..you should dognap him and send him to me. I'm sure that Marcellus and Phoebe wouldn't mind.

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  7. Buddy belongs to my Nova Scotian friend Susan, and her family. He lives in beautiful Cape Breton. He was adopted from a shelter and has a lovely temperament! I want him but I'm not allowed to steal him. ;)

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  8. Comment.
    There, stop your whining about not getting any coments!

    And who i that anonymous commentor??

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  9. Most blogs have more readers than commentors - and then there are the silly people who, instead of posting their comments in the blog's Comments section, email them to the blogger. A pox on them, I say! Or, perhaps krusty ringworm would be more fitting, giving poor Jim's, er, encroaching baldness.

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Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!