Trolling for Women- A Message to Men
Boys of the blogosphere, lend me your ears. I have important news to share with you. Some of you are trying every trick in the book to get the attention of women.
You see a female blogger and you do all that you can to try and ingratiate yourself to her. Maybe you compliment her writing, feed her ego about her picture etc.
Some of you have come up with some beautiful words that you share with the lovely ladies in which you email and profess your undying love/desire/need for them.
But there is a problem. Some of you are really sloppy and forget to BCC all of the girls when you send them notes. So instead of that one special woman receiving a note there is a list of 25 who get the email that talks about fairytales and castles.
And some of you forget that some of the ladies you write have a field day showing their friends. Yep, I have seen some of those notes. I have heard some of the stories and it confirms that some people will say/do anything if they think that it will get them somewhere.
Not very smooth or impressive if you ask me.
Jack's Shack December 14, 2005 at 3:36 am
We’ll see what we can do to help you. 😉
What do you think boys.
Tamara December 13, 2005 at 4:31 pm
Hey, why am I not getting notes about fairy tales and castles dammit! I feel robbed of the complete blog experience!
Chris was Anon December 13, 2005 at 4:15 pm
Just don’t bcc ever and then it’ll be ok. Personally I don’t want to see who else someone emails and if they can’t be bothered to post individual compositions because they are too busy then are they really worth knowing as an individual?
Its like those bloody awful Bulletin Christmas letters from people saying what a fantastic year they have had and how everything is great.
Blind Carbon Copying is sad and stupid unless its business in my humble opinion
Just a thought.
Chris was Anon.
Robbie December 13, 2005 at 2:55 pm
Lemme tell ya, when you make the same mistake with the men you’re after, they do it worse – they’ll post it online and forward it to all of their friends – even if you make the mistake once, you’re done forever.
It’s no fun at all.
Ezzie December 13, 2005 at 6:34 am
Whew… Good thing I’m married…