Such Positive Comments on This Blog

I must say, I am impressed with some of the comments I’ve been getting on this blog. And, surprisingly, these comments are not just on recent posts. No, people are commenting on posts that go back months and even years. thumbs upsAnd they are all so positive. They also seem to be translated from other languages, using some pretty awful translation software. Okay, most of them mention other, perhaps seedy, websites and many of them discuss how to buy various pharmaceuticals or knock-off watches online. But that doesn’t mean that these are not people who genuinely love my blog. Allow me to share some examples.

Take this one, left on my post Writing Longhand, by someone who sells shoes online: “A lot of what you articulate is supprisingly legitimate and that makes me wonder the reason why I had not looked at this with this light previously. This piece truly did switch the light on for me personally as far as this specific issue goes. Nevertheless there is one particular position I am not really too comfortable with and while I attempt to reconcile that with the actual core idea of your position, permit me observe exactly what the rest of your subscribers have to point out. Very well done.”

Surprisingly legitimate? You cannot pay for this kind of acclaim, I tell you.

Then there’s the comment some kind online poker player left on my post, Solutions for Problems Installing iOS 4 for iPod Touch and iPhone: “I’ve learn several good stuff here. Definitely price bookmarking for revisiting. I surprise how a lot effort you put to make any such great informative site.”

Finally, all my hard work has been noticed by someone pointing out the several good stuff here.

And some comments aren’t just about the posts. No, some have kindly given me fashion advice. Like this one, left on my Creating a playlist for your writing post:

“In relation to exhibiting off your persona by means of jewellery, most of the time you can generate a more substantial statement with a lot less. Pick out daring, dramatic items, but limit on your own to putting on a person or two at a time. A advanced pair of chandelier earrings can set off an outfit on it’s individual, and at times a flashy cocktail ring would be the only glitz you need to draw interest.”

Chandelier earrings and a flashy cocktail ring? Why I’m wearing them as I type this! And I do generally try to limit myself to put on only one or two persons at a time but, hey, sometimes I just can’t help myself.

Now, you might wonder why I posted these here instead of say, approving them in the comments of the very posts they were left for. Well, I try to stay humble about these things and have shared only a few of them here. I can’t go approving comments for all the kind people who find several good stuff here. That would just be too much. I’m not one to brag. Now, I have to go because typing while wearing this flashy cocktail ring is killing my hand. Please feel free to leave comments if you find this post surprisingly legitimate.

4 thoughts on “Such Positive Comments on This Blog

  1. That is surprisingly legitimate, Trudy. Deeneese, thanks for your words of appropriate rightfulness.

  2. Hahaha. It is too laughing I have made. Your site is most informative in exhibiting your persona.

  3. My spam filter catches most of this stuff, and I do get the usual run of weird spammy comments (none quite as funny as yours) but here’s the odd thing. Over all the years I’ve been posting book reviews on my blog, I’ve never had a problem with spam that wasn’t being filtered out by the spam filter. But in the hundreds of book reviews I’ve posted, there is ONE, just one, that attracts as many spam comments as all the rest of my posts put together, and most of it slips past the filter. Know what book it is? THIS MUCH IS TRUE by Tina Chaulk. Seriously. Now that is surprisingly legitimate.

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