Thanks, everyone

Posted on
Jun 6, 2011
Posted in: Random Musings

Thank you all for your kind words, retweets, comments, Facebook likes, and support today. It’s been truly amazing, and I really feel humbled and undeserving of all of the attention I’ve received.

I mean, I not saying I don’t love it. I’m just saying … it’s all a little overwhelming, and hard to process. I’m kind of speechless (which, for me, is saying something.)

Anywho, this little guy (text NSFW) sums up how I feel about the day:

Image totally horked off of reddit. Text mine, for what it's worth.

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  • I am a new blogger that simply wanted to congratulate you on your success, and for being one of Time’s Top 25 Blogs of 2011. I must also ask, what were you thinking when you was choosing the name for you blog? It’s really unique and creative. Continue being successful. I wish you the best.
    -Frantz, from Dogstop10.com

  • I love that you’re willing to ward off all the non-NSFW-friendly readers on the first day. Clearly, staying true to your style is working.

    Also, I’m ridiculously proud of you.

  • Mike Surrratt

    Yes, a good site; especially refreshing not seeing all the ads other blog sites have all over the place.

  • Ann Humphry

    At last! I’ve found out where the good spellers went!

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