With the possible exception of finding spare change under your sofa cushion, and a pair of socks in your sock drawer—without holes in the heels…
Nothing puts a smile on a bloggers face more than finding comments at the end of one of our posts. Unless you don’t own a computer or a blog—in which case you probably could care less.
But, as for the rest of us, comments at the end of any post are almost always guaranteed to bring a smile to our face.
Even when that comment comes from one, Angus (The Big Mouth Troll) MaGillicutty, who it seems regularly leaves me nothing but negative comments.
That’s right, Angus, I’ve got your number—until it becomes unlisted.
Yes, it’s nice to know that something as simple as a comment at the bottom of a post can actually bring a smile to your face.
In fact, the smiles your comments bring to my face are even bigger than the smile that crossed my face when my wife first announced that she was gonna continue to let me take out the trash—even after the kids move out.
Yay! Less to take out then.
Anyway, I’ve always felt comments were the real bread and butter of any blogs—especially mine. Apparently Mrs. Mildred Hogbottom of Terre Haute, Indiana agrees.
She writes: “Paul, thank god for the comment section of your blog. Otherwise, I would have left your blog years ago.”
You see folks, comments are what make doing a blog so much fun. For example: Try to imagine my blog without your comments? What blog you ask?
If it weren’t for all your comments, I’d have no blog. It’s sort of like saying it’s the clothes that make the man—unless you happen to be a woman. That’s what its like when you comment—they make my blog.
And that’s why I can’t wait to see who’s gonna try and ring my bell next. Uh, the bell up in the right hand corner of the screen—’cause that tells me someone was brave enough to comment.
And Viola! A real post is born.
No wonder visitors to my blog always say, “Paul, the best thing about your blog is your comments section.”
And that’s why I say with full confidence, that it’s the comments, yours, mine, and even non-bloggers that make yours and my blog the best blogs … in this price range.