I have being weighing my options as to whether to accelerate or apply the brakes on this. I guess you might be wondering on what? I have decided to have hanged my blogging…
I need to place the full stop before I’m lambasted with lots of questions and whys I can’t find answers to. I will obviously be coming in with the right post for that but as usual; this post ought to be written in a way which obviously has to be understood.
I know I might not be writing in Greek but in English but there seem to be certain words which I myself find it difficult to understand but not something like some bloggers I have grown to hate.
Now what comes in mind is this; what is this post going to be about?
Anyone who teaches they call a teacher and interestingly anyone with a blog is called a blogger. One beautiful thing about blogging is that it requires no certificate and anyone with a blog can obviously go around hitting his chest hard telling the world he or she is a blogger. Thanks for the likes of blogger.com and wordpress, people like me can refer to myself as a blogger as well. Hahaha!
As always, my posts aren’t complete without our good friend Little Johnny. What has happened this time around? For those who don’t know about Little Johnny, embrace yourself for this.
At a Sunday school class, one Sunday morning, after an interesting topic, the teacher asked, “Any question?”
Little Johnny, looking puzzled, raised his hand, and the following conversation ensued:
Little Johnny: “You said the children of Israel escaped from Egypt?”
Little Johnny: “You said the children of Israel crossed the red sea?”
Little Johnny: “You said the children of Israel also brought down the mighty walls of Jericho?
Teacher: “Yes Little Johnny!” “What exactly is your question?”
Little Johnny: “When the children of Israel were doing all these, where were the adults of Israel?”
Hahaha! I guess Little Johnny has raised an interesting question. Let move back to business as usual and I think there is no need for me to repeat myself once again by listing some bloggers I have grown to hate.
- Ungrateful Bloggers
If there is one thing which seems to be making wave across in this blogosphere, it has to do with some bloggers who are always ungrateful. How do you make of this? A blogger desperately asks for your help and you do all that you can for him, but at the end, not a simple thank you was returned. How will you feel about it? My stay in this blogging arena has made me come across many bloggers and how they behave.
I have lots of Facebook friends on my list who are bloggers and interestingly, the only time most of them messages you is when they find themselves in a mess and after that you will only hear of them when there is another problem they feel you could be of help. Hahaha!
What annoys me the most is the fact that; a mere thank you is something they find it difficult to say.
Ungrateful bloggers are one bloggers I hate the most.
- Hypocrite Bloggers
I think I have talked a lot of these types of bloggers on this blog of mine. These are the types of bloggers who preach the word but do the exact opposite of it. But why should that be the case? The blogging scene is filled with lots of these bloggers and I just laugh anytime I come across such blogs. Blogging is all doing what you preach as well.
- Confused Bloggers
These are the types of bloggers I prefer to call them the swinging bloggers as well. They tend to go along with anything they read. Every blogger must be discerning and not just go along with what the masses are doing. But there are bloggers who very much interested in doing exactly what other bloggers are doing and just want their blogs to be like theirs. Blogging is all about being yourself and I think I have said this more than a million times but I think it is worth repeating once more again in this post.
One beautiful thing about finding yourself as a blogger is the fact it is more or less like a democratic state, everyone has a view to share. Hence, it is now your turn to have say on this. What are some of the bloggers you’ve grown to hate?