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Dreadful Nonsense

"I've read your blog. it's really funny. you should write a column." - Jon Ronson

What’s important, of course, is that I blogged every day in January. To continue to try to keep up the attempt of blogging every day, I might go mad, and even if I don’t go mad, I will drive everybody else mad.

My life is simply not interesting enough to warrant a daily blog, it has to be said. I don’t have children or pets and people would be very quickly nauseated by constant reference to how brilliant He Who Only… is (although he does tell me I should be blogging about him every day). I could let you all know every time I make new plans to do something, move somewhere, change careers or hair cuts or hair colour, or even every time I buy something new. I could tell you in detail all of the new places I’ve suddenly decided I want to visit simply in order to increase my carbon footprint. I could talk about my work place, and see if I could get myself sacked. I could tell you all about my different duvet covers. But that would be both boring and boastful, and I’m not sure which is a greater sin in the blogosphere.

And also, blogging every day would lead me to using buzz words like “blogosphere”, and then where would we all be? We’d all be in hell, that’s where.

So goodbye to that ridiculous attempt. It was never going to work out, and it’s for the best that we draw a veil over the whole thing.


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