(A tribute to the return of wp-pinoys.com)
…You have one or more blog accounts.
…Your mind is always wondering what your next blog subject will be.
…You find yourself desperately composing a post even while driving.
…You would rather keep mum during discussions not until you have blogged about the subject matter for fear that other bloggers in your group or anyone would hear about it.
…Every discussion is a good discussion.
…You’ve become masochistic by enjoying confrontations just so you can check if you can make a good blog post out of it.
…You accepted an offer for an extreme adventure not because you love it but because you want to write about it despite the possibility of nausea.
…Microsoft Word and the Internet Explorer browser have been your most utilized application over Powerpoint and Excel.
…”Is the internet connection ok?” becomes your official greeting when you reach home from work.
…Your wife worries about your health whenever you fail to post.
…Your primary concern before a vacation is if your destination offers Wi- Fi.
…You suddenly wake up in the wee hours of the morning just so you can check if what you’ve posted that night had grammatical errors in it.
…You had dreams about you and your conscience arguing about your grammar usage.
…You had nightmares about WordPress.com being wiped out.
…You also had nightmares about your blog drafts being wiped out.
…You are prone to malapropism.
…You’re having symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.
…You’re justifying to yourself (or wife) that an HP mini is a necessity even during this recession period.
…You’ve set your mind that your fast growing beer belly will become a good netbook platform in case you have to type while standing in a packed train.
…You have your digital camera along with you all the time ready for any “bloggable” event.
…You have considered getting a Paypal account so you can monetize your blog.
…You consider that having your own domain is a good investment.
…You wonder after the homily if the priest has a blog site.
…You’re fully aware that Technorati isn’t related to the Illuminati.
…You’ve approached your boss to let you have a blog time rather than a lunch time.
…Brushing your teeth becomes second to checking your blog hits – and that your mood is dictated by it.
…Other than the internet cafes you’ve also frequented Power Books stores and spent time taking notes of blog materials.
…You can relate very well to this blog. Happy blogging to all!
Mood: 3/10 Honks