Sunday, November 13, 2011

The Pits...of Despair! (j/k, they're super fun) (DESPAIR!)

Husband: So what exactly are you doing on Tumblr?
Me: (silent clicking)
Husband: Okay, if you've got a Tumblr, what's your blog for?
Me: (more silent clicking)
Husband: Wait, so Google has a 'plus' now? I really don't get any of this.
Me: (SIGH) Would you like a chart or graph that should finally make it clear?
Husband: No quoting Postal Service, please.
Me: But I've prepared a lecture!

Husband: Sweet mother. I didn't realize it was this bad.
Me: Yikes. Me neither....

...I should tweet it.


L. T. Host said...

Oh man. I couldn't do all this! Too much, too much, sensory overload AGHHHHHH!

*ahem. What I mean to say is, bravo.

K. Marie Criddle said...

Ha! Like I told Natalie (on twitter, nonetheless!) my problem is that I'm not consistent on any of these.

...except my seeeeecret blog. Mua ha ha.

(Just kidding. I don't have a secret blog.)

(OR DO I?)

(I'll go now. I promise.)

Adam Heine said...

This is way better than that post I was gonna do on social networks. I'm putting that one away now.

There's at least 2 of these I've never heard of...

K. Marie Criddle said...

NOOOO I want to read yours, too! Dooon't deny the woooorld.

(Sorry, that came out a lot whinier than I meant it to.)

Adam Heine said...

Okay, but I'm stealing your Venn diagram idea.

Kristan said...

Sorry, I don't think G+ will catch on.

I've got Twitter, FB, and my own blog. I got rid of everything else. (Except productivity! But yeah, it's not connected. Sadly.)

Peggy Eddleman said...

Bahahaha! AWESOME. I heart blogging. I even heart facebook, only less often. Twitter pushed me over the edge. I signed up for Google + accidentally (darn smart phones and their teeny screens that make you think you are actually just signing into gmail!), and it freaked me out. Seriously, I almost died thinking someone might friend me, or circle me, or whatever, before I could get to my desktop and delete my account.

But the thing that makes me the most curious is the secret blog. I tried the address and.... NOTHING. What's up with that? It's like a super secret door and when you open it, it's a brick wall! But you're sure.... SURE that something is actually behind that wall...

K. Marie Criddle said...

Adam - Done y done. Venns for all!

Kristan - To be honest, I agree with you on G+. I click on it about once a week, just to see if there's anything big happening... but my trip usually ends in about a minute. It's a GHOST TOWN. But yay for twitter! Here's to hoping we'll always have that! :) (within reason, naturally)

Peggy - Social networking is TOTAL quicksand! I totally understand the feeling of "ah! deletedeletedelete!" But I have to admit, the secret blog is just a reference to the Office (google "creed thoughts"). BUT I really do have a secret blog and it's called a journal and it's on my nightstand. Heaven help me if the internet gets a hold of THAT.

Keriann Greaney Martin said...

Because of the Day Job, I now have to get into G+. I actually like the set-up, but no one is there! It seems like people just have their Twitter accounts linked up to post but don't actually do anything.

I'm mostly just on Twitter. Facebook rarely, and blogs when I have free time but usually only once or twice a week.

Love the diagram though!

K. Marie Criddle said...

I know! Blogs are getting harder and harder to get to for me. I find myself looking at them only on days that I blog, which is---like you said---maybe once or twice a week.

As nerdy as this may be...TWITTER 4EVA. Come @ me, bro. :)

Jen said...

So your sister Heather sent me your way. I'm Jen. I'm sure she probably mentioned me. :) Anyway, I just had to comment- this was too funny! Loved it!!! You are witty and clever just like your sister, it must run in the family!