Sunday, January 30, 2005

Froggie's-Lilypad

Froggie's-Lilypad

"My candy girl
My cats are truly evil. Truly."
Truly? Do tell!
"So, today, I sort of left this jar of honey on the counter. Chloe - seeing this jar on the counter - decides that it's threatening her and she's gotta go kill it.
Except it's a jar of honey.
Made of glass."
Oh my! Isn't that...something! You will have many cats before you die, maybe as many as 60 at the same time, crammed into your little apartment. I could tell that you were a stereotypical cat-owner just looking at your title-banner. You also own many stuffed animals. You probably read romance novels too. Why exactly do you think the Internet needs you? What do you have to say? I don't know if you are married, but you ARE unmarriageable. I wish I could bother reading/quoting more of your tripe. You Blog is banal and so are you. Have a nice day! :-) D-

9 Comments:

At January 30, 2005 at 4:44 PM, Blogger theFrog said...

Anyway, your site is naught but a canned-ham, fresh-out-of-the-wrapper blogger template, and (therefore) completely beneath me to judge. Try to learn some CSS and come up with something a little less "everyone else's blogspot blog". Design alone is an D, but the lack of any really thought-provoking content and complete lack of personality (not even a pretend persona for people to rant at - geeze) makes this site an F--. To raise the grade, come up with at least your Character. Who is Jute? What qualifies him to make any judgements?

Here's an example: "Jute is a super-genuis who is better than everyone else in the world. He was able to retire at the age of 21 as a multi-billionaire. Since then, he's taken over the position of Official Judger of All Things Blog from the palace he built on his own private island." And you could put a picture of your good-looking cousin wearing a robe and gavel for that whole "judge" effect. It would be funny - and it would be a lot more interesting than some random judgemental asshole who hides behind a veil of anonymity.

read the rest at http://froggies-lilypad.com/archives/2005/01/judgementalblog.html

 
At January 30, 2005 at 5:02 PM, Blogger Jute said...

The truth always strikes a nerve, baby. Oh, and "interesting" to the banal mind is not interesting to me. Thanks for the comment, though, now go back to stroking your pussy.

 
At January 30, 2005 at 5:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess the truth does sting... there's the truth about you :D She hit the nail on the head with that one! WOW.

"You are obviously about 35 years old, morbidly obese, and a virgin. You have a McJob as a fry cook at some random fast-food place, which contributes to the morbid obesity and severe acne that keeps people from wanting to look at you much. You've never had a girlfriend because you are hopelessly in love with a girl who doesn't even know your name. She is so out of your league that you aren't even cool enough to lick her toe-jam. You have 3 friends who are in the same boat as you - which is actually impressive, given your lack of personal hygiene and that little "roach problem" plaguing your mom's basement apartment. Your idea of fun is a Lan Party where you can pwn lots of n00bz and, for once in your life not feel like you're at the bottom of the pecking-order.

The only women that you ever talk to are the women in that AOL Chat group that you spend every spare moment on. You send them pictures of your good-looking cousin to keep them from knowing how disgusting you are. Note: if it's cyber sex, it doesn't count - you are STILL a virgin. You are petrified of ever meeting any of these women "IRL" partly because you don't want them to find out about you and partly because you are scared to find out that they are really men.

"No one wants to ever date you. No one even likes you - including your 3 friends. If it wasn't for the fact that they are as bad off as you, they wouldn't even give you the time of day because they hate your guts.

"You're so scared of anyone on the "intarweb" finding out about how pathetic your life is that you write your blog about other people's blogs. Couldn't handle having to write something personal, could you?"

theFrog

 
At January 30, 2005 at 5:16 PM, Blogger theFrog said...

Words to use other than banal - you're starting to repeat yourself:

Insipid, trite, cliche`, lowest common denominator (a bit long winded, admittedly), boring, dull, mind-numbing.

And, as for stroking myself - sorry, your attempts at cybersex don't work on me. Go back to your AOL chat room for that. Unlike you, I have regular sex with a real person. Oh, and I'm not a virgin. :-)

 
At January 30, 2005 at 8:10 PM, Blogger Jute said...

More proof that stupid people lack the ability to see themselves for what they really are. Yay! Now let me adjust my 400lbs of extra fat and brush the cockroaches of the monitor so I can get a better view...

 
At January 31, 2005 at 11:28 AM, Blogger matchingtracksuits said...

As the cliche goes, "Those who can, do; those who can't, criticize."

Where's the original content? You're completely reliant on others' blogs.

Why would anyone care about your opinion?

 
At January 31, 2005 at 1:17 PM, Blogger Jute said...

You tell me...maybe that I'm right? whatever it was that got you to post.

 
At February 2, 2005 at 1:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You know, frog-person, I just lost any respect I had for your persona after reading your petty bite-back at 'Jute'. You just had to bring lan parties, pwning and not being able get girls into it. Have you ever thought that there is a community, or type, of people who have fun playing games at LAN parties, 'pwning' other people online and don't live in basements or have bodyweight problems?

And I fail to see what relevance the possibily of Jute being a virgin has at all to his post about your site. Raising that suggest you are incapable of an intelligent, rational rebuttal.

To be fair, you don't see many of these kind of people posting every irrelevant, boring detail of their lives on the internet in the hope that someone will read it and give them attention, or recognise them for their banal lives and somehow give them credit, possibly because they are the ones with real friends?

I see you have failed to answer his question, "Why exactly do you think the Internet needs you?", which is a good question to be honest, because your blog seems to be full of waffle and little else.

 
At February 3, 2005 at 3:55 AM, Blogger theFrog said...

mmmmmm waffles.

However, I prefer french toast.

And my answers to all you ask, Anonymous, are posted here.

 

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