|1.||The Story Siren|
The Story Siren is a fantabulous book review blog run by Kristi.
Check out The Story Siren's review of book x. It's pure awesomeness
A printed compendium of a blog, available in book form.
I'm not really sure why people would buy a blook when they can just read the blogs for free.
-the ones with My Space blogs that leave comments like "I popped your Myspace cherry!"
-any member of the "hottest girls on MySpace club."
-any girl who appears on MySpace with a.) spread legs b.) ass hanging out c.) more than 1 square meter of fake-tan skin showing or d.) appear in a thong/bustier/garter belt/black lace/teddy/ etc.
"See that Virginia Tech girl with her legs all spread over her text book? She's not studying! She's a MySpace Whore!"
|4.||church of fat|
The most amazing internet blog ever.
Run by John R. Lindensmith. The blog focuses on moral and social issues in today's world.
The official blogring can be found on Xanga under I Worship At The Church of Fat!. Xangan bondiggity_man is the creator of the blogring.
Jonh's posts at the church of fat have become less frequent these days as he promotes the sale of his new book HELL.
for·um schizo·phre·nia, n.more...
An internet disorder caused by an individual who reads a significantly higher number of blog, forum or comment posts by many unique individuals, to the point of hearing voices in his head that do not correspond to his perceived train of thought.
The pathology behind this disorder is believed to reside behind the individuals 'mental voice' - the voice that speaks the words in an individual's mind as he reads - and the lack of a consistent train of thought due to the brevity and uniqueness of blog, forum and comment posts
i.e. each post has a different writing style, tone, train of thought, point of view, that continuing to read these posts, without a rest period to center one's thoughts, can lead to a lack of sense of self, and beginning to hear one's mental voice speak and think in ways that are foreign to the individual
The reason it is specifically an internet disorder, and not common schizophrenia, is probably due to the style of internet writing. i.e. if a person were to read a book, or magazine article, it's length and sense of closure at the end of the article allows an individual to regain their own train of thought.
Can be commonly found to coincide with
Someone who blogs or belongs to several networking groups such as myspace, linkedin, facebook or has several e-mail accounts that they are constantly signed-in to.
You're on all of those space...book network places, you're becoming a signed-intologist!
Female fan of a movie, TV show, book, or other medium;
usually a hard core fan of a particular character or ship which they will usually refer to as their OTP or 'one true pairing';
often found on blogs, squeeing over canon relationships, non-canon relationships, UST, or even AU plots or crack dealing with their fandom;
often found reading or writing fanfic;
can be supporters of het pairings, slash pairings, femslash pairings, or OT3s;
often spend time collecting pictures and making fanart;
often are also involved in vidding or making fan music videos (see also fanvid, vid).
I try to closet my inner fangirl in public, but sometimes I can't help but let it SQUEE!
I'm so excited for the convention! It's going to be a whole room full of fangirls on overdrive.
"OMG seriously, who needs alternative energy? Just hook up A/R fangirls to some kind of battery and we can power the whole planet for as long as we get new A/R promo pics."