Wednesday, May 02, 2007

My First Flame

As a blogger, I pretty much know that no matter what I say or post on here, I have agreed that it be available to everyone in the world. As you also may not know, my most read blog on here is one I posted a while back called Diarrhea Donut Shop. This post (which you may also visit too) is the one that brings most of my visitors. For whatever reason, people search for "diarrhea" or "watery bowels" and my blog comes up. Anyways, regarding a photo I have posted there I received my first flame. The language is quite bad, so I will post it after the jump...


Anonymous said...

you ass hole, stupid, how dare you put that picture of an epidemic child to illustrate such vanal and careless comentary. who the hell do you think you are? i wish you die from a diarrea, like a lot of people in the world who dont leisurely walk!!


I have a few things to say to this. FIRST, I wish that people that comment or judge me please use capital letters to begin their sentences. Secondly, I think that the last sentence is a death threat. Thirdly, if you are ballsy enough to call me an "ass hole" please also be "vanal" enough to leave your name or email address. What the hell does "vanal" mean?

Now, I pose to you, my other two readers...should I leave this comment up, or delete it?

UPDATE: "vanal" is indeed not a word. Also, judging from the commenter's spelling of diarrhea (diarrhea), this person speaks Spanish. (This is the Spanish word for watery bowels.) Please see other translations HERE. (I, too, have misspelled the word.) The correct English Spelling of the word is....Diarrhea. The British spell it diarrhoea. Please see article here.


6 comments:

Eileen said...

Tough call on leaving it up or not.
But will you hate me if I told you that it's spelled "diarrhea?"

Daniel said...

All corrected. I knew that I had spelled it incorrectly, but I left it on there. I have decided overnight to correct my spellings. I may not get as many hits now...

The Lanes said...

I think you should leave it up. It's a good conversation started. I like that he called it "A diarrea." I wonder if he meant "Banal" instead of "vanal." Although that doesn't make much sense either. Bad grammar makes me mad. What a tool. And it's YOUR blog--you can say whatever you want. I personally appreciate you letting me know not to go to this bakery.
(my, what a long comment!)

The Lanes said...

conversation STARTER, not started. So much for good grammar....I need more coffee...

Eileen said...

Yes, you did a fine community service there, sir. I will not be frequently the Diarrhea Donut shop.

Eileen said...

"Frequenting!" What's with all our grammar lately??