Saturday, April 11, 2009

#10 late and with good reason

I know, I know,I'm after 12, not that you could really tell. The point is that I'm posting.

I'm not going to do my question/story blog yet because I've only received TWO comments. Guuuuuuuuuys. =]. Help a girl out?

I'm late because I decided to pay a visit to the 200+ contacts I have on my Fan MSN. It was awesome fun. There were a couple of weirdos, but once I worked out that they were the type of people I didn't want to talk to, I blocked 'em. Ah the powers of the Internet.

It's actually really nice to get to know the people who watch me/follow me/read this blog. Otherwise, it's so one-sided, and I don't like that. I know that there are a lot of freaky people who do watch me. That's just something I have to deal with, because there is no way I can stop them. I delete the horrible comments, and block those who persist, but that's basically the whole of it.

It was a tough feat though. About 20-30 people were talking to me at once, and as you can imagine, I couldn't talk to them all at once. So I had a bit of a system going, where I'd try and reply as worthily as I could to each person, going through in a bit of an endless cycle. (by worthily, I mean responding to each person with what I felt they deserved. For example: "Hai i rly luv ur vidz & think ur a pritty kool persan *nudge*" To which I would reply "Thanks! *close window* because that would be the end of the conversation.)

It was a slow process though, and even when it was past 12 and I decided to leave, it took me about 20 minutes to inform everyone I was leaving, and then go around again to say goodbye. Then I had the people who were persistent and wouldn't stop talking, which is flattering, but after a while I just said "okthanks,talksoonbye! *offline*" Phew. I was a little out of breath.

Still, it was great. I'll definitely go on again these holidays.

Ok, so, see you all tomorrow! Depending on whether I post before dinner or not, I may be late again. I'm going to my cousin's house for Easter dinner. But I'll probably post beforehand anyway.

One third through BEDA! yay! Although, I'm really enjoying it!! This isn't hard at all! I hope you're all enjoying it too!


mittopotahis said...

Right, questions!

1. What good books have you read this year?

2. What bands do you like?

3. Do you have any celebrity crushes?

4. When are you free for coffee?

5. Hey there Delilah, what's it like in New York City?

Richard said...

Hi Liv,
Last time I looked there were 3 comments :)
Here is another question actually 2 :)
When can we expect the next chapter of Silver sky and do you have a conclusion in sight or will this be the internet version of 'Blue Hills' - google it if that reference is not clear ;)

Anonymous said...

Hi Liv,

I have some questions for you and a plot line.

1. Why is the word shenanigans still so underused?

2. Would you rather be a rich princess in medieval Europe or a normal person today?

3. Would you live in a pool for ten years for $4 million dollars? You would be able to have lilos and such to float on as to not be wrinkled all the time.

4. Would you row a boat for 2km along the Yarra in daylight, naked, for 25 grand?

5. Why is ironing shirts soooo much harder than you’d think?

6. Why do people always yawn at the same time?

7. What is the meaning of life?

8. What would the world be like if dogs had eyebrows?

Proposed Plot Line: You are camping with friends in rugged terrain in the middle of nowhere, miles from civilization. After the first night you wake up and everyone is gone. Apart from a box of Poptarts and 3 litres of Iced Tea, all of you and your friends possessions are gone (including maps needed for leaving). Searching around the campsite you find only a few signs of struggle, some drops of blood, and also some very odd green wool unlike from any Australian animal you would recognize. You realize this is not a joke. You start to hear an unnatural screeching sound about 600 metres away. What do you do?


Anonymous said...

A question (or two...or three)!

What do you think the bottom line is in life? Is it love? As humans, are we simply here to reproduce to ensure the survival of the human race? Or is there something more to this?

Do you believe that a God does exist and that there is an afterlife? Do you think that the way we live our life here on Earth will ultimately determine where we end up in the afterlife? Do you think reincarnation is feasible? Do you think that Karma is real - every action we do unto the universe will ultimately come back to us in kind, or do bad things really happen to good people for no reason?

Richard said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Richard said...

Just look at all these mostly excellent questions, we look forward to your answers :)