Haha.. many things? I don't think so! My blog these past few weeks would be incredibly dull!I would, if you'd create one. Perhaps you should do so, I'm sure you have so many things to reveal to us. :tongue2:
It's not that weird!
Nothing weird about that picture..............:uhh:
:rofl: :rofl:Btw cyrus, you seem to know a lot about marlons pictures in general. Come on, admit it, there must be a folder somewhere deep in the jungle of your hard drive named 'marlie'.
:rofl: You're not helping make his case.
I don't understand it either. It seems rather narcissistic to think the world wants to hear all your private thoughts and personal opinions on everything. Even more bizarre is that people will share with the world things that they wouldn't tell their best friend in person.I dont understand the point of having a blog...
dear blog, today was another sad day in my life, I cant find a man/woman in my life. I watched the news today and it make me think to myself, bla bla bla bla....no one cares.
Isn't that the point that's been made here; that blogs are dull and just list what one has done in the day?most people do such crap and even make the writing boring..
I think you mean moonbearand moonshine...
To me, this sentence makes no sense; in an online blog you air many feelings, things you wouldn't tell other people, therefore how can it be an inhibitor?think of an online blog as the great inhibitor...
Not really; I'd much rather tell one/some of my close friends something personal rather than a bunch of random people I don't know! But, that might just be me..For me it is easy why I would tell people I don't know things about me that I wouldn't tell people that I do know. Privacy. If a million people know something about you that you need to get off your chest, or that is embarrassing, or something, it's better them than one person you do know. Because they'll never be there in your real life. Know what I mean?