BLOGGER TEMPLATES AND TWITTER BACKGROUNDS

Friday, August 29, 2008

Oh my..

I got my first troll comment yesterday. I guess I hurt some feelings out there by blogging about them. hmmmmmmmmm

Blog-world...I have arrived! hahahahahaha

7 comments:

My Thanh said...

Well, I guess that person seems to think he/she is doing the internet world a service by posting some pseudo-intellectual dribble about people who "abuse our right to free speech." Oh well, as long as he/she/it gets to say whatever it wants to. That's what free speech is all about, isn't? Put down people all you want. That's important use of blogsphere. But for the love of God, don't talk about your kids! No one wants to read about them!

Well, Dawn, it seems like plenty of people enjoy reading your blog. Complete strangers around the world. Glad to hear this loser isn't getting you down!

JudyL said...

Amazing. Either I haven't gotten one yet or I'm too dumb to know it! :)

Jodi said...

I am so proud of you for not apologizing. And it gave me a good giggle.

Stand up for yourself girl!

Anonymous said...

Ms. Dawn, you keep on blogging!!!We miss you over here in Korea, soon I'll be leaving too. Squash that darn troll. Ms. Carmen(I couldn't sign on with my blogger name) Pink fluffy hearts to you!

Jeri said...

I thought I had posted a comment to support you after the troll wrote about you. Either I did, and it got lost in cyber world, or I did, and it could've been mistaken as a post against you (never!) or, I thought I did, but didn't. At any rate, I think you're funny. You bring a smile to my sad little face. I don't read blogs expecting Shakespeare. I read to know that my life really isn't so different from anyone else's. In blogland, I have found recipes, decorating ideas, art inspiration, music that I probably would never have heard if not for a blog, friendship, and more. Sometimes I'm jealous of other's life, sometimes I'm a little full of myself thinking my life is pretty grand (that's rare). But I'd say, the scales are pretty balanced, and we're all pretty much the same. I like it when we can be different, too, and still play nice and get along.

Thanks for keeping me/us entertained, Dawn!

mascanlon said...

Thanks Dawn for making my days a little brighter. I've learned a lot about the real lives of our hardworking service men and women and their families. I'm ever so grateful. A little about Korea, a place I'll never visit and a lot about you, one of the nicest and straight forward people in blogland.

Kim said...

By the way, do you get some kind of troll icon to post on your blog for having been featured on "your blog sucks"? (And Hey! There's an original blog title, huh?! ROFLOL!)