Sundays suck on WordPress. I don’t care what anyone says, i.e. God taking a lazy ass day off as he “worked sooo hard” to create the world – Sunday is a day to catch up on things, i.e. sitting at your desk and reading A Clown on Fire, for example. Right?
This week, it’s been about my reintegration into the real world; I’m on Facebook again. After 44 days away, I abruptly ended my hiatus and logged in for the first time, hesitantly. It went fairly smoothly… And by fairly smoothly I mean it hasn’t been grandiose, or anything. No, it hasn’t. Except that this winner of the prestigious Alan Smithee Blog award now has its own branded Facebook page! Yes he does! [over zealous use of exclamation marks].
I’m happy with it. It looks
major-league superior super-duper. It’s a tad lonely, however… As this Facebook page and I are tight, I mean you-get-me-fans-I’ll-update-your-content tight, it asked me to share the good news with you, WordPress followers readers minions friends. Like our [an attempt to sound less me me me...] Facebook page, and we will provide you with unique content, content which will not be duplicated on WordPress, content for Facebook fans only…
What’s in it for you? Great fu*king question [God I have the brightest readers]! Next Sunday, when you’ll be sitting at your desk, and your kids will be interacting with the television, watching and learning the best Pulp Fiction one-liners, you’ll have stuff to read. Don’t thank me, please. That’s how I roll.
This is A Sunday Musical Interlude afterall. Let me bid you farewell with an old favourite – and still pertinent - Are You Fu*king Kidding Me (Facebook Song), by Kate Miller-Heidke.