Election!


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Bah, who needs it.


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Counterposting is the way of the future. Simply take whatever someone else has written and screw with it. Here are 50 tips that will get you successfully counterposting in no time.

1) State the complete opposite to the original post.
2) Criticise the topic.
3) Play some Rug-Lick Cricket.
4) Swear heaps.
5) Don't blog about blogging.
6) Don't discuss social networking crap.
7) Steal content.
8) Make no sense.
9) Make strong use of capitalisation.
10) Don't keep to the topic.
11) Rambling is fine.
12) Post from an iPad.
13) Post through discounted free postage.
14) Post with Windows Magnifier enabled.
15) Post while eating some breakfast.
16) Post in Dying Fetus form.
17) Backup all content; your posts are vital.
18) Eat cheese.
19) Copy and paste material.
20) Maintain a complete absence of logic.
21) Change the theme of the counterpost a zillion times.
22) Post from the Blogger's Temple.
23) Post in slow motion.
24) Register a completely senseless domain for your counterposting such as www.cookycanvas.com.
25) Stop halfway through a post to h


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Who the fuck cares.


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Yep. I'm in a band. We're gonna make music.


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Bad web design is often hilarious. Have you seen some of the crap that's out there? I say we let people create sites with ridiculous colours, along with random flashing lights and awfully scaled images. Google is a prime example of how simple and effective web design can turn to absolute shit in a matter of weeks. But we all love Google, right...?


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Well if you're ever worried about a lack of content on your blog, stealing others' is the way to go. It is a great way to get your blog noticed, and to fill it up with useless junk. It is also the best path to take to make enemies out of those you have stolen from. Why am telling you people this? Well, fellow bloggers, it is because I think a critical event is imminent...THE BLOG WARS. Beginning at this hugely successful blog, we will spread our maniacal influence throughout the sacred realm and free the guardians of the blogger's temple. We will continue to steal content from our enemies until we can steal no more! Join the battle to fight for blogging justice, and we will put legitimate blogs to shame!


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blogs are successful. blogging about how blogs fail is just stupid and discouraging. all us extremely successful bloggers with blogs that are read by millions... we will riiiiise. we will travel the highly populated road until we die. we will not falter. in times of need, we will look upon those who we respect the most, and continue to fight in the battle for glory and justice. we will succeed. those who disagree will become lost in the mist of time and prosperity. so fellow bloggers, join our struggle to win this war, and free the entities within us all!


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Grrr


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There is no need to change the theme of a blog 50 billion times in a month. I have seen it happen a lot, and that's why I have stuck with this theme for the entire duration of my blog. Not that anyone reads it but whatever.

AND BLOGGING ABOUT BLOGGING REALLY GRINDS MY GEARS.


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