How did it get to be the week before Thanksgiving? Seriously?
Anyway, this is a leading up to Thanksgiving post. When I think of Thanksgiving, I think of sharing and I think of friends (yeah, and being thankful, too). But really, for me it’s more about the sharing and the friends. So today I wanted to share some of the blogs that I’ve been reading lately. Some of these I’ve mentioned already. Most I haven’t.
- Kiss & Blog: from a post last week called Friday Fluffer – Rock Her World; “One advantage of writing a blog vaguely about sex is that people send me interesting things.” We go on to learn all about porn arithmatic.
- I Hate the Way You Eat Cereal: A group blog that takes a comedic look at dating. A recent post that had me laughing out loud was Little Willy. Just click and read. And laugh.
- 30-F-London which bills itself as the “(sex) life and (kinky) times of a 30 year old nymphet in London. From her recent post, The things I love about men – the-not-so-tall, “… I mean, we’re all the same lying down!”
- The blogs of Bitch Magazine have been making me very happy lately. Very, very happy. Even when they’re writing about things that I find extremely frustating (read – Douchebag Decree: Robert Rector Hopes You’re Hungry for an example of a great but frustrating post).
- F*cking in Brooklyn: I just tripped over this blog last week (or so) and I can’t believe it took me so long to fine it (the tag line is, “Love as a life or death experience”). No sneak preview here, as the very talented author is going to be this Sunday’s guest author.
- The Daily What. There are no words. I’m not sure I can be friends with you if you don’t read this.
- First Person Singular calls itself “an online gathering place, resource guide (and yes, venting booth) for single women”. Whatever. It’s well-written and the author, Wendy Braitman, drinks Makers Mark Manhattans and so she’s clearly an awesome person.
- Lastly, there are over a dozen blogs on this list. I kinda put the group together and so they reflect who I like and respect (in other words, there isn’t a crappy site on the list). I strongly suggest you taking a few minutes to read browse through them, maybe add them to your bookmarks…
Oh, and about that title. I’m incapable of making a list without hearing Kiss Off by the Violent Femmes, loudly, in my head. So I figured I’d share that, too. Oh, and if you’re unfamiliar with the song you’ll catch on at about the 2:41 mark.
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