About

Greetings Bitter People of the Internet Blogosphere.  Bitter Ben here from First World Problemia.  I have a complaining-about-first-world-problems problem and people at work started noticing so they started calling me Bitter Ben.  A long time ago, I learned in marketing that you should find a need and fill it.  I started noticing that a lot of people like to complain about little things, but they felt ashamed to do it, because they felt like they were being petty.  So I came up with the idea to start a 900 line (1-900-BITR-BEN), where people could call and complain about all the little things that drove them crazy, but the twist was that the Customer Service Rep could also complain back.  This would not only allow all the complainers to get it out of their systems, but the call would be longer and I would get more money.  This lead me to come up with my tag line, “We make bitter better.”  That idea failed because of a number of reasons, so instead I did the next best thing.  Start a blog with the same mission.  For free.  For now.  But someday, you will be eating in Bitter Themed Restaurants, reading Bitter themed novels, and wearing bitter oversized T-shirts.  Everytime you hear someone say bitter you will think of me or this blog and you will pay a fee just for thinking about it.

So for now, jump into this safe bitter filled environment, where you are free to complain as bitterly as you like.  No matter how petty, all bitterness is free to roam these wide open bitter halls, or meadows if you prefer. Comment the heck out of every post, because you can be sure I will comment right back with more bitterness.  Let’s “Make Bitter Better”.

Bitter Ben

 

A picture of the real Bitter Me.

A picture of the real Bitter Me.

Some Bitter Posts to get you started:

The two posts that miraculously got Freshly Pressed:

41 things I’m Bitter About

Bitter Reasons to be Tall 

Some other Popular Bitter Posts:

42 Things I’m Bitter About

Face Punching Friday Giftures

The Struggle Bus

Bitterness for Dummies

Ninja Bitterness

And a few of my Bitter Favorites:

Guardians of the Bendrameda Galaxy

The Four Chambers of my Bitter Heart

Surviving Work Disasters Bitterness

From the Bitter Benzoac Era to the Bitter Twitter Era

Don’t forget to follow the Bitterness elsewhere:

 

Bitter Twitter

Bitter Facebook

Bitter Tumblr

Bitter Instagram

 

Credit to Michelle of Life as I Know It for this cartoon version of me.

Credit to Michelle of Life as I Know It for this cartoon version of me.

911 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for the like on News and Headlines @https://roboeamerican.com/ Cool blog, definitely going to spend some time on it.

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    • I am not a big poem guy because I’m terrible at them, but I have done a few. Let me see if I can go into the way back machine and see if I can find them. (Actually they were more like raps, but those play like poems when written.)

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  2. 4-ni-kate! no-1’s commentated ¢ (since) urleee martsch?
    well, I just now thought to point out something sorta (maybe not “really”) wee-urd: that your pixure (which is yoosd next to your comments ‘n such) is sighed-weighs, where-as(s) mine is up-sighed down.
    okeh, back to our (ir)respective scheduled program(mings) …

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    • People don’t generally comment on my about page, they usually comment on the posts themselves. As far as the sideways picture that is how it turned out and it became something that people thought suited my bitterness, so I didn’t change it.

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  3. How are you the first to like my newest post when you are not among my followers?
    *follows your blog after unsuccessfully playing too hard to get for days*

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  5. Thanks for liking my post today! LOVE yours and as it so happens, I so often feel very “bitter table for one.” I’ll be back. A Lot. SP

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    • Well, welcome to “bitter table for one.” It is quite comfy and pretty awesome because you don’t have to talk to people. As we all know, people are the worst and the more you avoid them, the less stress.

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  7. Hi Bitter Ben – I stopped by because I noticed you liked my ridiculous post about Feral Dinosaur Toes….now I know why :). I will have to set a reminder to wish you a happy birthday soon and ask repeatedly what kind of cake you had and wonder aloud if the fire department needed to hose out that many candles. Yeah I’m that chick.

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