Covering the Myspace Ads
So I was wondering (myspace) if people would view my blogs more if I just (myspace) randomly insert the word “myspace” (myspace) into the content. So now (myspace) I’m going to write a blog to test (myspace) it.
I am sitting (myspace) in a chair.
I (myspace) am writing a blog.
I am addicted to (myspace) WordPress.
So who wants to take (myspace) bets on how many views this (myspace) post averages over the next seven (myspace) days? I’m going with a (myspace) hundred, give or (MYSPACE! MYSPACE I SAY, CRAPPIT!) take.
If you are reading this (myspace music player), you may be a hopeless myspace addict who (myspace videos) can’t bring himself to stop simply because you (myspace layouts) enjoy seeing the word “myspace”. If this is the (myspace ads) case, do the only humane (myspace) thing and throw yourself down a flight of (myspace sucks!)stairs. Now.
I’m done now. If you couldn’t tell, I have no love for myspace, nor any respect for most of its users. I’ve noticed (and from personal experience) that people become as consumed with myspace as they previously were with their own lives/friends/wife/children. There are exceptions, but they are few and far between. You couldn’t believe how respect is automatically gained from me when I’m talking to someone and amidst the conversation it is revealed that they, indeed, have no myspace account. “Good for you! You’re one up on 90,000,000 other people.”
And by the way, I do know how to cover the ads on myspace….