Friday, June 22, 2007

You Know You're a Blogger if...

10. You google your blog to see how well it rates.
9. Conversations start with, "You can't blog this."
8. You spend at least an hour everyday catching up with friends.
7. You end a phone conversation because, "you have to go write your blog."
6. You find random pieces of paper in your purse, in the car, at work, in your pillowcase, in the fridge, on your hand with ideas for a future post.
5. You can type the first letter of your domain name and your blog immediately pops up on the drop-down menu.
4. A friend says, "How are you doing? I haven't been to your blog recently."
3. Conversations end with, "Charlottalove, did you hear that story? This would be a great post."
2. You talk about your friends even though you have never actually met.
1. You meet someone at an activity and know each other by their profile name.

11 comments:

Charlotte said...

Cool post. I know I am a blogger, and this is the first time I've ever admitted it, because I have started DREAMING about my blogging friends. That's how real it is for me.

I'm Chrissy! said...

So true.

Kassie said...

wow... i'm not quite that bad yet. :)

vladtech said...

I'm not quite there just yet...gimme another couple of days :-P

Burg said...

I am such a blogger.

Above Average Joe said...

I'll admit to the notetaking.

thethinker said...

Oh, especially number 5. I just type "T" and scroll right down.

Dorky Dad said...

I've actually thought about telling people to "just check my blog" so they know how things are going with me. Then I realized that I don't say anything on my blog. So it wouldn't work.

Bone said...

OK, I'm guilty on eight counts. I don't catch up everyday. Just two or three times a week. And I haven't gone to an "event" yet. Thankfully.

Can I submit an addition to the list for consideration?

You dream about bloggers you've never met.

Does this happen to anyone else??

msquared said...

so true!

laura said...

I'm afraid my dad is one step away from that. A few years ago he told his 82 year-old mother that she needed to email if she wanted to stay "in the loop"