Wednesday, 13 July 2005

Bloggers. Tragically hip.

So what's the collective noun for a group of bloggers?

How about a blowhard of blogs?
EXAMPLE: Stephen can't come out tonight -- he's got a whole blowhard of blogs to get through.

Or a contumescence of blogs:
EXAMPLE: There's a whole contumesence of blogs about that, and they all agree: you should wear the tinfoil inside your hat.

Or maybe a who-gives-a-fuck of blogs:
EXAMPLE: There is an entire who-gives-a-fuck of blogs that could answer your question, but I'm off to get laid. Have a nice life. Blowhard.

This guy reckons it should be a tragedy of blogs. He makes a good case ... for a blowhard with a Che icon on his site. He's also got lots of shitty words about the shitty words tragic bloggers use. For example:
Podcast: Someone had the revolutionary idea of taking a compressed audio file and putting it online. Yeah, doesn't sound so sexy when I describe it for what it is, does it you morons? It would have been a great idea if streaming audio wasn't already around for over a decade before the word "podcast" entered the lexicon. Man, I can't stand the word "lexicon." Talking about all these shitty words has made me start using shitty words. I'm so pissed, I just slammed the door shut on some kid's nuts.
And he's made up at least one new one of his own. "A female blogger with an itch? You guessed it: a BITCH." Not sure if I've ever met one like that. :-)

[Hat tip DPF]

1 comment:

  1. The Great Maddox. All his rants are worth a good read.


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