Question from Reader: Do I really read all those blogs on my blogroll?
Question from Reader: Do I go through the list alphabetically or geographically?
Answer: Neither. Every endeavor deserves a plan, and I have devised a very specific plan for reading those on my blogroll.
First I read all the blogs of unattached women. I always write a comment on their sites, making sure I say something flattering and flirtatious. I remind them that I may be soon available for dating.
Next I read all the blogs of women who have boyfriends or husbands. I also write a comment on their sites, making sure I say something as flattering and flirtatious as I did with the other women. As with the unattached women, I remind these women that I may be available soon for dating — and I have no problem with them cheating on their spouses. I also try to write something disparaging about their boyfriends or husbands, hoping to stir up trouble and break up their relationship, making it easier for me to "score" with a woman on the rebound.
Next, I read the blogs of the men, but only those men with connections to publishers, producers, Hollywood agents, or waitresses at Hooters. I always write a comment on their sites, making sure I say something flattering and ass-kissy. I remind them that I’m looking to advance my career or to meet their sisters, and even sometimes their mothers if they had them at an early age.
After that I reread all the women once again, writing a suggestive comment to their comment, which commented on my comment.
At about 2 a.m., I click onto the sites of all the other men — those without important connections. I don’t actually read anything on their useless blogs. I just click on their sites for show.
After that I reread all the women, writing a extremely sexy comment to their comment, which commented on my suggestive comment, which commented on my original flirtatious comment.