Wednesday, July 23, 2008

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I just received this comment:

"This blog could be more exciting if you can create another topic that everyone can relate on."

Well, then create your own blog so it will be more exciting. Don't read mine if it does not appeal to you.

How in the world do you create something that will appeal to everyone? Pffft! Done.


Trish Bee said...

ROFLMAO! You tell em girl!! What cheek some people have telling others what to do! Ive always thought that way; if you dont like it lump it! Or go and do your own and see if YOU can do any better!

janet said...

ha ha ha .... i am lol. i loved your response! you go girl!! and btw - i absolutely LOVE your blog.

kitkat said...

WTG! I've been lurking around your blog and I happen to love all your beautiful works :)

Christy said...

Yep, I'm a laughin my butt off too. Un-real some of the comments you get. So what, they want fluffy bunnies or something?!
Love your spoons and the display for the CHA dremel products. Your metal work just rocks.

MarysMadness said...

I love it. So exactly what topic would that poster want you to write about?

I'll bet that was an anonymous poster.

Thanks for sharing! We all need a good laugh each day!

Marrianna said...

I just couldn't believe the comment. Great response. You rock!

Anonymous said...

OMG, that is nuts! I love looking at your creations! It's so inspiring!


Another Loock Creations said...

What an idiot! I get comments on my blog like that too. I just delete those idiots. No one needs to hear from them!

eclectic works said...

The comment that person left is ridiculous! Your right Belinda, how could you create a topic that "everyone" is going to relate to...each individual is different in what they like or don't like.

Good for you Belinda to add that comment to your blog for everyone to see and then respond to it...that's a good way of taking care of business ;)


Anonymous said...

Lol! Oh my....I do wonder about some people! What a cheek!
BTW.....i love reading your blog!
Nicki x

This 'n That said...

Great comeback! Sometimes I don't even KNOW I am interested in something until I read it on a blog. LOL.

Judi Foster

Anonymous said...

When I used to display and sell my works in clay at art shows in the city, there would be the occasional person like that who'd say, smugly, (where I could hear it), "I could do those." I'd always smile and say, "Great! On your way out go by the sponsor's station and sign up for your own show!" There was never a second comment, only a hasty exit. Loved
your response.