Are you a winner?
Competitive comments result, at last. Sorry it took so long, but am having Internet problems.
General notes: many of my readers appear to have felt too much pressure to be witty. So from now on, I think I’ll just do a best comment round-up at the beginning of each month, without making the process overtly competitive.
Best comment by a Saffer goes to ABJ for his comment on Comment is free, for telling it like it is:
“Trinkel, you are so funny! And a complete jealous, feckless, blogger-comment-whore! haha. Can’t wait to see you… Bring me a present. ;-)”
Best comment by someone overseas goes to Zsa Zsa, for her comment on On the wrong side of the (smoking) law – my dear, your English is much better than you give yourself credit for!
“Well, I must put a comment, because it’s such a nice blog about Liechtenstein…..
But it’s gonna be hard, because my english isn’t that good. Actually, I guess, you should wrote “than I went”……. ;-)) So my english is starting to be good enough to enjoy your humour:-)))))”
I guess now I should start thinking about your prizes 😉 But before I forget, there are also some honorary winners.
Most frustrating comment goes to anonymous, for their comment on Random fact of the week:
“to “life, left liech”:
What does doubly landlocked mean? 2 countries between it (the country) and the sea? Did I just answer my own question? was i correct? does it matter? I suppose it does for those doubly landlocked, but I am getting off the subject.
From an anon person who you know but you dont know who. ay shall give you a clue. i am friend of the monkeys.”
At first, I thought I had an idea as to the identity of anonymous. But now, I don’t feel so sure, and it’s really bugging me. Whoever it is obviously knows just how to get under my skin!
Most helpful comment goes to Mark, for his comment on Comment is free:
“T, As discussed, my effortless wittiness has dried up under the pressure of this competition.
So I have decided to post a link to a blogpost advising people how to get more comments. Here it is http://www.jamieharrop.com/2008/04/11/20-ways-to-get-more-blog-comments/
OK it is not looking like a link. I don’t know how to link things in comments yet. Hope this wins me the prize. Although, I think I might’ve missed the deadline. Too frazzled right now to check.”
A very useful link; have discovered I have broken all the rules about how to get more blog comments – more on this issue in a future post.
Funniest comment goes to Leez, for his comment on A royal day:
On a different note… I thought that champagne socialist was exactly that: someone who socialises when under the influence of champagne.
Followed the link and found out something new. As a teacher you should be proud.”
Not a bad definition of a champagne socialist, actually 😉