Great post on Wednesday, Davis. 33 comments. Big freakin’ deal. Here’s the thing I’ve realized about comments. The more comments your post gets, the sorrier you know people feel for you. It’s like if you have five dollars to give away, who do you give it to: the homeless guy who doesn’t work or the cool, buff, rich guy in the pinstripe suit who deserves the five dollars more but already has a million $5 bills? You give it to the homeless guy. Same deal with comments. The less the better, if you ask this guy. But you didn’t ask this guy, did you? Because you were all too busy having a hootenanny over at Davis’ lame post about some sumo underwear he bought at Mervyn’s. Which is another thing; who buys their underwear at Mervyn’s? People like Davis. People like me buy underwear at Aeropostale and Hot Topic. And at least I give the nonfiction characters in my exposes the dignity of having their REAL NAMES. Two problems with the name Jen Carter: it’s boring, and…it’s boring. “Ok, I can give her the alias Jen Carter, which I found in a book about Amish pioneers and isotopes, or I can name her Brandy Razzle or Megan Abercrombie or Angelina Fox. Ya, of all those options I should probably go with Jen Carter.” Your guess is as good as mine. Maybe someone at his Quill and the Sword club told him Wednesday was National Boring Alias Day. I just don’t know.
Hark, Davis Dragonhealer. Tis I, Brad Hugesword sent from Xander Eflhunter to remind thee of National Boring Alias Day come day after present. Go in peace now and may the Maroon Wizard’s song abide in thy heart.
Some of you are thinking “I bet Christian doesn’t have much to post about right now since he’s been out of town and is traveling all day tomorrow, which is why he’s pulling some weird critique of Davis’ post out of nowhere.”
While some of you are thinking “Sharkman is the best. He always has a ton of stuff he can write about from psychology to fashion to animals to sea animals to air animals to art to window cleaning. But today he feels like it’s most important to point out some problems with Davis’ post because some of us are obviously having the wool pulled over our eyes. The readers have always been number one in Sharkman’s book, which is why we like him the most of three.”
The latter group is correct.
For those of you who have been wanting shorter posts; here you go.
For my mom and two sisters; you can check out my first post as a regular contributor at Mormon Mommy Blogs below (mom, sisses, it’s a more serious kind of blog, so don’t expect anything too crazy from me over there):