My only real problem with having a blog though is that I don't really know what I'm going to do on it. I mean, I could write down my thoughts and feelings and share what's happened to me today... but if I wanted to do that I'd buy a diary, mainly because it's less embarrassing and it's (slightly) less likely that a random stranger is gonna read it - although the internet does grant the gift of anonymity (I know. Long words, right? It's just because I'M THAT COOL. Remember that in future.)
I could also be political on here, an idea that appeals to me, at least on the surface. On the other hand, it's harder to work in "teh lolz" (I'm big on lolz). Seriously, it's hard to insert comic relief into a discussion on the latest budget, mainly because at the minute one of the only funny political thing that most people are aware of is DAVID CAMERON'S FOREHEAD, which is apparently visible from space. The other downside of political commentary is that it actually involves work, something that I do my very best to avoid at all costs. I'm interested in politics, but I'd be spending all my time researching, something that holds zero appeal.
So I guess my only real option is just to post things that amuse me at random (like David Cameron's forehead). I may even post stuff about books or films, assuming I can find enough lolz in the subject matter (I seem to have developed an obsession for the word lolz. This is quite worrying). So onward we go, in a continuous search for shits and giggles.
toodle-pip for now,