Another month is here and I still wonder why they call it October. My plans for October have being put on hold and the best lesson this has taught me is never to trust anyone who wears trousers. Hahaha! On a more serious note, trust me on that.
Let me take this opportunity to acknowledge the name Madam Areesha Noor of New Year Greeting 2014.She is that brilliant well known for her lovely messages for all occasions even messages bound for newly-born babies.
For those lovely messages for your wife, you can check these out
- Ι don’t Know where Ι would be, if you had not supported me. Α dead end is where my life would come to, if it were not for you. Today, Αs we celebrate οur anniversary, Ι just want tο say thanks fοr everything baby.
- Εven though we have been married just fοr a few years, yοu can read my mind as if you have known me for Α lifetime. Ηappy anniversary, Ι love yοu.
- Ι love you mοre than life itself and sο thankful that we met my world’s nοw filled with sun shine, Ηow much better can it get?
- Sοme husbands dedicate sοngs, sοme dedicate a Facebook page and some dedicate a gift to their wives on a wedding Αnniversary. Ι have kept it simple and dedicated my whole life tο you, sweet Ηeart. Ηappy anniversary.
- Yοu are the Gοοd in my Good Μorning, Ηappy in my Ηappy Birthday and Lοve in my Ι Love Yοu. Happy anniversary to the woman who Ιs the essence οf my life.
These are the sorts of beautiful messages the name Areesha has to offer and visiting her site wouldn’t of course be a bad thing to do at all. You will be amazed at those messages she has to offer and you will love them as well.
Now let move back to business as usual and as you already know, the issue on board is simple; to tag or not tag? That to me is worth more than a million dollar. Hahahaha! Please before I’m skinned alive here, let me first of all introduce you to Little Johnny and do you know Little Johnny has found himself in a new school but I doubt whether he will be accepted.
Look at what transpired.
TEACHER: There will be an elementary science test next week.
Contrary to his nature, Little Johnny reads his book from cover to cover like no man’s business.
On test day, teacher lines up about 5 birds, covering each with a piece of cloth so only their legs are visible.
QUESTION 1: Looking at the leg of a bird write down its common name, species, family, zoological name, habitat etc.
After about 20 mins of frustration and not writing down anything, Little Johnny storms to the teacher’s desk and slams his blank sheet in front of the teacher.
Little Johnny: Sir, this test makes no sense! I am going home!
TEACHER: What a rude boy! Come back here. What is your name?
Little Johnny raises his trouser and points to his leg “You too, look at my leg and tell me my name, my surname, my house address, what tribe I come from”
Hahaha! I guess the teacher now has his own palaver to solve now but as to whether he will be able to solve that, I have my own question to solve here as well and as usual it has to do with whether to tag or not to tag?
This tagging issue raised an interesting issue on Facebook just recently with some taking offence with respect to why friends need tag them in their posts. It was a back and forth debate
This is my take on it as well. Why do people become angry when they are tagged? Tagging is something many do see as really unethical but is that really the case?
The issue is; as bloggers we all need each other that is why I have bloggers as friends on Facebook so will I be wrong to tag you when I write a blog post on blogging which I deem worthy for every blogger to read?
Most bloggers avoid tagging simply because they hate it but will love you to tag them when you write about but my problem is; why will you not allow me to tag you in my ordinary post but will love it when I tag you in a post I mentioned you? Is that not… Let me pause here before I say the unsay able. Hahaha!
What is your say on this? I have had mine and yours is very well welcomed.To Tag or not to Tag is the issue on the board today and what you make of it is what I want to hear from you.