A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post, hoping to find a bitter rival out there on the Internet. I got a lot of response from eager goody two shoes wishing to make this a nicer place to live. Bunch of weirdos. I fought and defeated many nice rivals. Then, all of a sudden one of the my long time followers from the early days of my blog(a few months ago), some weird lover of grammar and good manners, told me that she was going to start an online magazine for nannies. She calls it Nanny Magazine. Ugh. I know what kind of magazine for nannies calls their magazine “Nanny Magazine”? Anyway, she told me that she needs some publicity for her magazine and she is doing a Kickstarter to raise money for it. The first thing I said was, “Kickstarter? I’m in. I love starting kick fights. It is one of my favorite bitter things to do. When do we start kickstarting?” Then she gets all snippy with and says, “No, Ben, you dork. A Kickstarter is a way to raise money for a thing so you can get stuff started”…or some made-up quote like that.
When I heard this news, I was like there is no way I am going to post anything on my blog about some Kickstarter for some magazine and I will NOT give this link: http://kck.st/13rTOB4. That would sound like I was doing something helpful. This isn’t what my blog is all about. Helping people? Please. If I help to spread the word, then some of my followers might want to make pledges to Nanny Magazine and in exchange get nice prizes. Then they might feel good inside and, gasp, not be bitter for once. That is way bad for bitter business. I definitely won’t refer you to her Nanny Magazine Facebook either. Cause that would make me bitter.
Kickstarter me in the Facebook
Bitter KickFace Ben