The truth about mommy bloggers… (part 1)

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Mommy bloggers are everywhere. No matter how hard you try to avoid them you, it won’t happen.

There are millions of them and they are spreading like a disease. If you are not a woman and you do not have any kids you shouldn’t worry, because you can’t get infected. If you read some of their posts though, there is a great chance you will puke in your mouth a little bit. Why is that? Is the content of their posts disgusting? NO. But the degree of attention-whoring you will face is!

So who are they and why are they doing this to humanity? Well, most of them are women that got married, made a couple of kids and sit on their asses all day, while their husband gets raped at work trying to earn money and provide for them. And he does make a lot of money apparently, since the statistics show that the average annual household income for mommy bloggers is 25% higher than it is for non-blogging mothers.

Only 1 out of 50,000 turns out to have considerable power and influence on the others. That’s because none of them really cares to give useful advice or actually looks to take some advice from others. They just enjoy talking about themselves and their non-existing problems. They couldn’t possibly have anything interesting to write about. Nothing exciting will happen when you just sit on then couch and watch television all day, talk on the phone, get pedicures, manicures, waxing and hair services, and search on the internet for porn. These “desperate housewives”… they really thought they could inspire someone. So much stupidity I cant believe there is a real person writing and not a clever monkey or something that somehow got access to a computer.

So how come they have so many followers and comments on their posts?

Simple! They just follow each other! And they make meaningless, kind, encouraging comments on each others posts so that one mommy blogger will appreciate it and then do the same for the other mommy blogger. PATHETIC! That’s fucking PATHETIC! Eventually they believe their own lie. They start to actually believe they are successful in what they do, so much that they could even fly to a blogger conference. Paranoia.

They can’t stand the fact that no one cares about them or their stupid kids and will never stop looking for attention. This insanity must be put to end. Blogging should be illegal for mothers. Although I am not sure that paying a huge fine would stop them. Some of them were not intimidated by jail either and poisoned their own children in order to blog about their battle with sickness. What a way to draw attention.

I believe mommy bloggers should find a new hobby before they become a danger to their own family. When at home, one can cook, wash the dishes, clean the house, do the laundry and lots of other stuff. They should try that. Since they are not willing to find a real job, they can do at least that._

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2 thoughts on “The truth about mommy bloggers… (part 1)

  1. Soooooo…are you just trying to nudge a response, or do you hate your life? Careful…mommy bloggers can be scary. Not me, of course. šŸ˜‰

    Will you check out my blog? I actually try to give good advice to people who’ve adopted. If you hate it, that’s cool, but I’m interested in your feedback. No gratuitous compliments, please…just let me know if you see something I can do better.

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    • It feels like you expected a pugnacious reply to your comment and were trying to avoid it. No need to do that.
      You focus on adoption and approach the topic in an interesting way. If I am to talk about that, it would be more appropriate to do it on your page though and that’s what I am going to to.
      I hope you will approve it. You see “mommy bloggers” usually approve only those kind of comments that are all about how useful and enlightening their posts are and how great they are. They disapprove every comment that involves criticism. Ridiculous. But that is how far their hypocrisy usually goes…

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