Spo from Spo-Reflections created a meme! Let’s play along…
What you like most about being a blogger?
I like the opportunity to express myself and reveal some of my deepest thoughts in a non-judgmental, supportive forum.
How many bloggers have you met?
I don’t keep count, but it must be somewhere between 20 and 30.
Do you ever go back and read your old entries?
Sometimes I look at some old entries, and I marvel at some of the things I said.
Do you share your job skills here?
My job skills don’t really have any relevance here. Somehow I’m not seeing a whole lot of references to plastics shaping apparatus and methods here in the blogosphere.
Have you changed your views about anything thanks to blogging?
Yes, the biggest probably being that blogging opened my mind when it comes to guys who are feminine. It was through blogging that I came to understand that there is a spectrum of masculinity/femininity and that while I’m masculine and prefer the company of other masculine men, many gay men are a little feminine and many are a lot. I used to feel ill-at-ease around feminine men but now embrace this diversity and appreciate it. Now I feel just as interested in meeting and becoming friends with feminine men as I do with masculine men. It was a blogger who took the time and made the effort to contact me privately via email to open my mind to this, and I’ll be forever thankful to him for making my life better.
Do your coworkers know about your blog?
Possibly, but it’s hard to know. I do reference my blog in the sex apps like Scruff, and all someone from work would need to do it find me on Scruff then click on my blog link and voila, they’re here. Has anyone ever done this? If so they haven’t told me about it.
What advice would you give for successful blogging?
Write about personal things. Wholesale reposting of other people’s ideas… boring, and no thanks.
What is your opinion of aardvarks?
I’d really like to know what’s up with aardvarks. Who do they think they are? They need to be put in their place once and for all.
Do you publish everything you write ?
No. Thankfully I have sat on a few potentially controversial posts overnight and came to my senses the next morning without publishing them.
If you could make ‘three rules’ for blogging, what would they be?
1# Be brief. People these days have very short attention spans.
2# Write in traditional prose, not in tweets.
3# Expose your personality.
Do people help you write your blog?
Who are your blogger super-heroes?
Obviously my number one blogger super-hero is Spo. But isn’t he everyone’s?
Final question (if you dare!) :
Have you slept with any of your fellow bloggers?
If by slept you mean zzz, then I’ve slept with two fellow bloggers, including one last night. But if by slept you mean sexual relations, I’ve had sex with several fellow bloggers and their identities will remain secret. I would like very much to have sex with all bloggers — at least exchange blowjobs. That would make me very happy.