Friday, October 15, 2010

Sad Day

Sad day! Okay well it was the day before yesterday that was a sad day. After I posted my "I am it!" post, someone unfollowed me. Haha!

It must have been the Jesus t-shirts. You know what?! To each their own. That is what is wonderful about this blog world, you can unfollow if you don't like something!


Oh well, the blog life will go on! =D

11 comments:

Simple Dude said...

I hate when i am un-followed. I dont think I have ever un-followed someone...

..although if I thought enough about it I am sure there are some I should un-follow.

SD

Alpha Za said...

I actually remember the first time someone unfollowed me, I cracked a silly joke about her bf being extraordinarily well domesticated by him. After extolling my complete lack of virtue and my disgusting judgementalness, she then proceeded to write a post specifically about how people jump to conclusions about bloggers life based on what they share on the blog and how thats not a full picture of the relationship.

she unfollowed me, i unfollowed her several blogs and we lived Happily ever after...though the evil person in me waits for the day for the guy to break to her the reason he hasn't married her already is because

A: he's already hit his 4 wife limitation
B: That she's a controlling bitch and he doesn't want to deal with her anymore now that she's gotten ugly and he can trade in for a younger model.

PS: I'm kinda a bad person when I'm pissed.

Affi'enia said...

I was abandonded recently. Ah well. I've unfollowed people too. Sometimes folks just stop saying things that interest you.

Canadianbloggergirl said...

Oh well you still have the rest of us! His/her loss!

CBG
canadianbloggergirl.blogspot.com

StephanieC said...

Are you really that blase and cool about it? I want to be, too!!

I take it so terribly personal. I went from 17 to 15 which made me pout around the house and annoy the SHIT out of BF for a long time... until I gained 5 more followers and then I was happy again.

Blogging is supposed to be personal, but I still care wayyyy too much about whether or not other people find it amusing... ahhh well...

http://seriouslyreallyseriously.blogspot.com/

The Phoenix Rising said...

every time you unfollow someone a baby hippo drowns.. it's true. the crocidile hunter just told that too larry king. =)~

forestwalk/laura k said...

so that's why there're so many damn dead baby hippos...
if that unfollower knew about that fact...they woulda never left! MURDERER!!

people come...people go...you'll get 2 more for that one... :]

Just Plain Tired said...

Someone unfollowed me on twitter based on a comment I made on their blog a few days ago. Meh -- it was a harmless comment taken out of context. I'm still sleeping quite well at night. ;)

Sandra said...

YOu might not even have been un-followed. Sometimes GFC fucks with you that way. The next time you log in, you may find the number again.
Well, if anything, you should get that tshirt. You should make and sell that tshirt! Even better idea right!

BeMistified said...

SD: Eh like I said, to each their own. I will say that I have unfollowed blogs because they did not return the favor in following me. It's a 2 way street dammit!

AZ: Haha I don't get mad I get even, so I completely understand where you are coming from.

Affi'enia: Correct!

CBG: Yes I do, and I am so happy and thankful for that!

SC: Haha yeah I am. It really doesn't bother me. I just find it funny that they were following me for quite some time, so they knew from past posts, what I am about.

TPR: Hmmm then I guess I am guilty of assisting in the drowning of hippos.......

FW/LK: I guess I am contributing to that whole baby hippo death epidemic. ~*sigh*~ They do and we will see!

JPT: Yeah, haven't lost much sleep over my baby drowning non-follower.

Sandra: :( Still at one less member. Oh well!

Damn The Broccoli said...

You know I really couldn't give a rat's ass if people follow me or not. I'm not in it for the popularity I figure those who find me and stay are like minded enough and those who don't aren't. We all follow our own path, and there are so many bigger things to worry about in this world.