Bokutachi no Blog reached a rather impressive milestone recently, with Executive Otaku nicking the 2000th comment on the blog. And if there is one thing bloggers love more than anything else, it’s comments. Even if it’s just a silly one-liner, even if it’s a troll and even if it’s a flame…scratch that, especially if it’s a flame. There’s nothing more satisfying for a writer to see the comment count rise, far more so than it is to see the view count rise. You could simply be getting over 100 hits a day just because a picture on the page just so happens to appear on the front page of google images when you type in ‘Bleach’. Comments prove your post has been read and the person actually cared enough to process what you wrote and go through that oh so tiresome process of typing out a semi-coherrant response. So this post is a celebration of these comments, what they meant, what they signify and what on earth was going through the writers mind when he wrote them. Comment moar folks!
My original plan for this post was to go through the old posts and pick out some of my favourite comments but that was a waaaay too time-consuming and tedious project. However I’d already typed out the opening paragraph and I didn’t want to let it go to waste so instead I’ll just pick out my personal favourite comment we ever got. While it may be simply dismissed as spam, there’s something oddly genuine about the comment that makes you wonder “is he actually serious?”.
I am flam ,from jerusalem ,i had dream you guys trying to make it real ,but guys i have real maps and machines ways to build your gundam if you want guys to help me giving it to you call me at :- email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and thanks i hope you send me mail or at least chat me
Make your own mind up on that one if you will.