We’re sure you’re no stranger to the staggering amount of bizarreness on the internet. There are robots posing as people, people posing as robots, too many porn sites to count, videos about everything, videos about nothing … the list goes on.
Keeping that in mind (for the rest of eternity, of course) and scrolling through some of our recent blog posts the other day, we came to realize that The Daily Clog is the lucky recipient of many strange and interesting comments. Here and now, we’re taking the liberty of posting some of our favorites for you (with some sassy commentary, would you expect any less?).
For starters, let’s examine the wonderful make-up brush cleaning tutorial provided for us by Eunice Choi just a couple days ago. Some of the comments provide great feedback and response to the piece. Debbras Canas, for instance, a seemingly veteran comment poster, offered and interesting point of view:
“Hey Kez,Nice pics are you single The danish coach”
Now, just a few follow-up questions. Who is Kez? Why doesn’t Debbras like question marks or periods? What about the Danish coach?! Robt Dumeny, on the other hand, had a very different perspective: read more »
The Clog is proud to say that we do get email on a regular basis, and yes, we do read it. Even though we have the comments feature, we still get people writing in to us. Unfortunately, we’re not always sure what they’re talking about.
Subject: I am not a solicitor…
bq. I just posted 141 Illicit shirts (men’s and women’s) on eBay. I thought since you are an n Illicit distributor in the U.S.A, you might want to check it out. 1 Bulk purchase, crazy cheap.
It sounds like this one time we were on Telegraph Avenue about 11 p.m. and one crazy guy was muttering under his breath, “I gots some weed.” Except he didn’t say it was “crazy cheap.” It was just crazy sketch.
Despite our best efforts, we can’t help anyone here. As for this emailer, the only thing we distribute is the illicit bringing back of sexy.
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