Intro: Most hardcore bloggers update their blog(s) at least once a week. The more hardcore ones updates their blog everyday! So, what happens when these blog addicts want to post something but can't find anything to write?
This is what most bloggers do when they are experiencing a blogger's block. They do what I do best: write nonsense, or post some stupid picture. In this post, I'll do both.
At one stage or another, every blogger will eventually be faced with the issue of updating blogs. There are so many more things to be done in the world which engender updating blogs seemed like a trivial obligation. As a result, people like me would resolve to writing Nonsensical Crap. To deeply delve into the subject of crappy stuff is an adventure. Complex though is it; I shall now attempt to provide an exhaustive essay on the importance of writing Nonsense for the sake of updating 3POINT8. Here begins my in-depth analysis on the glorious subject of crappy stuff.
Nonsensical crap can be linked to many areas. One of them is the obvious obligation issue whereby a blogger is obliged to blog something so that they are fairly treated as contributors to the blogosphere. Nonsense is both a need and a want. Blog readers may be tempted to disregard this fact, but I haven't. To put it simply, people like crappy stuff and the hidden message it brings.
Cited by many as the simple most important influence on post modern micro eco compartmentalism, several of today's most brilliant minds seemed incapable of recognizing its increasing relevance between crappy stuff and improvement. By blogging about anything, a blogger can sometimes discover a hidden talent or a new style which may benefit the blogger themselves along with their readers. Though it seem like a ridiculous attempt to improve oneself by writing craps, it is not impossible. NIKE's selling quote "Impossible is not a fact, it is just a thought" is a representation of this point.
Society is a simple word with a complex definition. Most of the brilliant minds in this world would certainly agree with this statement: Society begins and ends with nonsense. Nonsensical crappy subject may sound like gibberish to a common folk or it could be seem as the most brilliant idea to a person whose forte is in creativity. Considering some of the world greatest inventions were thought by the most creative minds of their time, it becomes true that Nonsense has always been and will continue to be the major building block for the world in which we live in.
It is an unfortunate consequence of our civilization history that Nonsense is rarely given rational consideration by people, trapped by their perception of crappy articles equal to unworthy reading material. Despite this fact, some of the greatest minds in this era are willing to go to length to argue that Nonsense is in fact elitist. However it is not so much nonsense that is elitist but rather the defining characteristic of Nonsense. It can also be said that the subject is contextualized into a that includes personal interpretation as a paradox.
While it has been acknowledge that Nonsense has an important part to play in the development of mankind, it is yet to receive proper recognition. This is understandable since everyone has their own perception towards Nonsense. Some find humor in it, some find sarcasm, and some find revolutional ideas, while others couldn't make any sense out of Nonsense. It is enlightening to consider the words from one of the most recognizable fictional character, Dr.Seuss: "I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope and that enables you to laugh at life's realities."
There has been a great deal of discussion in the world of nonsense, centered on the value of crappy stuff. It could be said that the premise of Nonsense holds that consensus is created by the collective unconscious. What can we conclude? Well, Nonsense has a special place in the minds of everyone. It questions, bring forth improvement and it brings the best out of people. Consequently, Nonsense collaborate success, applauds greatness and is a joy to behold.
[Top Comment by popjammerz]
cool. ur nonsense post not nonsense also, it made SENSE!!!!
I think for multiple posts in a day are unless the blogger has a lot to tell, a lot to share, or just mainly they wanna post stuffs~
but it's really unhealthy to post just for the sake of posting. i mean, why not just don't post at all? why must some bloggers post just because they want to have posts in their blogs and they want people to read them? Why must posting a post be so routine? Is it bad to have no posts at all a day?
or back to one question - why do people blog?
do they blog for fun
do they blog for leisure
do they blog for sharing
do tehy blog to connect
or do they blog for popularity?