I’ve been thinking about this whole blogging thing lately. When I started this blog I thought that no-one would really read it that much. And probably not that many people do even now. But still, I’ve found myself becoming more and more cautious and censoring myself all the time, because I know that some do. Which is annoying. It sort of makes the whole thing turn into this collection of banalities – with some pictures added. 😛 And even as such, I still post some entries and think: Christ, could that have possibly offended so and so. The funny thing is of course that what would be the point of blogging at all if no-one did read it. It’s a sort of a double-ended sword really. The thing is, I don’t write anything here in order to offend anyone, or even direct any entries to specific people (unless otherwise stated), these are just a collection of my thoughts. Perhaps I should put a disclaimer somewhere saying ‘these are just my personal thoughts, don’t read if you get offended easily’ and maybe then I could feel more ‘free’ to write about stuff. 😛 Who knows.
Another thing I find myself getting annoyed about is the whole ‘you don’t look like yourself’ in your pictures or the ‘you look different in every picture’ comments. 😐 (Should I interpret this as ‘you look like shit in real life, stop kidding yourself’?) I’m not quite sure what the proper answer to that one is really. You see, it’s kinda hard to judge the whole ‘looking like me’ thing, since I can never see myself in 3D. If I take a picture of myself, I can only assume that it looks like me… the closest I have to compare is the mirror, which in itself gives a rather different result on any given day (much to the effect of ‘you look different in every shot’). And I do apologise if I don’t post butt ugly worst-fat-day pictures of myself to be ‘more realistic’ or whatever. The last time I looked this was my blog and I pay for the hosting, hence I can do all the camwhoring in the world I want. That about cover it? 😛
I sure am glad we had this chat, dear blog. 😀