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Humor Me! Blog Hop 8 – Top Ten Things You Don’t Want To See At BlogHer

by Terrye

Hello, gentle readers. Last Friday’s post on 101 Excuses For Not Going To BlogHer seemed to be a bit of a hit, so much so, that it was suggested that this week’s Humor Me! Blog Hop have a BlogHer theme. (Thank you, Kenya, for suggesting the theme!)

With that in mind, I give you the Top Ten Things You Don’t Want To See At BlogHer for your reading enjoyment:

10. The cliquey, pretty bloggers making fun of the nerdy bloggers to impress the sports bloggers in the lunch room. (Which one are you? I’m the nerdy blogger trying to be a cool blogger but tripping over my own feet. Is there a niche for clumsy bloggers?)

9. Meeting bloggers that refuse to make eye contact and always have that creepy smile, like they’re thinking of something perverted…about you.

8. A standing room only symposium hosted by Mommies Against Blogging Sober (MABS) with free samples. Remember, friends encourage friends to blog drunk!

7. Julie DeNeen arrested because her out of control, blonde lioness mane finally assaulted someone. You knew it was bound to happen. That much awesomeness just can’t be contained with normal hair accessories.

6. The argument over the temperature in the conference rooms between the Meno-bloggers and the mommy bloggers. Mommy bloggers, just put on a sweater when the Meno-types crank up the air conditioning, it’s just easier that way. And remember this moment when you hit that life (and temperature) changing time of your life.

5. A protest sponsored by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Blogs (PETB) holding signs showing mangled and abused blogs. There is a cure for that – contact that awesome web designer over at Fabulous Blogging. She can make it all better. (Miracles at reasonable rates).

4. The riot that breaks out when it’s announced the supply of wine is gone. Might wanna stop off at the local liquor warehouse before showing up at the Meet & Greet shindig.

3. The same blog walking away with every award known to the blogosphere, and a few made up just for that blogger. Can you say “blog suck up?” You know the type – they go to a gazillion blogs, skim, leave a lame comment that doesn’t make sense just to make you reciprocate. And the shitty part is, they couldn’t write a sentence to save the life of a puppy held for ransom. Seriously, you truly do need to stop the insanity!

2. Anthony Weiner’s lecture on “Ethics in Political Blogging.” So many jokes, so little space.

1. Stars dressed up like their favorite bloggers. It works at ComicCon, not so much at BlogHer. I hear Julie is gonna be wearing a tutu; do me a favor and if ya see her, stick a dollar bill in her thong. Tell her it’s from her problem-child.

Welcome to the eighth Humor Me! Blog Hop – where funny rules and boring is poked with a cattle prod til it cries. Before you link up, a few things to remember or find yourself sitting next to boring;

♦ Make sure it contains HUMOR! You know, that stuff that makes you laugh like a bored high school freshman that discovers helium for the first time.

♦ Don’t forget to VOTE for your FAVORITE POSTS so we can slather the winner in whipped cream and chocolate syrup to show our unbridled appreciation for their comedic brilliance.

♦ Check out my crazy-brilliant co-host:

MJM @ The Insane Asylum

So, down to the boring crap – the rules of the blog hop:

1 – Share 1 or more of your funny blog posts (dust off the old ones or create a brand spanking new one, whatever tickles your private parts). 2 – For every post you share, please read one other post from the hop (preferably someone else’s). And don’t forget to leave a comment if you enjoyed their post. (I’m not proud, I blog so I get my ego stroked – I’m not getting it at home, so I gotta get it somewhere!)

3 – The hardest part – have FUN! Pop a cork, twist a cap, open a box of chocolates – whatever it takes to get you comfy so you’ll waste hours reading our posts.

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