Blogging vs. Snogging [FN1]. Compare and contrast [FN2] and then you decide.
-Blogging is fun. Snogging is fun.
-Blogging can be a little nerdy. Snogging is for everyone.
-If you blog late at night, sometimes you’re a little embarrassed the next morning. If you snog late at night, sometimes you’re a little embarrassed the next morning.
-Sometimes you get stuck blogging with trolls. If you’re not careful, sometimes you can get stuck snogging with trolls. [FN3]
-It’s totally okay to blog with married men. It’s not okay to snog with married men.
-It’s healthy and useful to get comments and critiques on your blogs. It’s really humiliating to get comments and critiques on your snogs.
-You don’t have to wait until you’re 16 to blog. You have to wait until you’re 16 to snog. [FN4]
-You can get eye strain from blogging. You can get mono from snogging.
-If you cross the line, other people can turn you into your bishop for blogging. If you cross the line, sometimes you have to turn yourself into the bishop for snogging.
-Group blogging is totally socially appropriate. Group….[FN5]
-You can blog in public if you have a laptop and wifi. You can snog in public if you have no shame.
1. Maybe you’re wondering what snogging is. It’s a lovely British term for "making out." I hate the term "making out." Making out like what, with what? Like a bandit, with the money? Clearly, the Brits do it better…errr at least they say it better.
2. Just like high school English class! only fun! and without the acne and awkward teenage angst.
3. I don’t mean real trolls. I don’t believe in real trolls, and besides, I think they live in Scandinavia. This is a metaphor.
4. Unless you’re edgy. Something I know very little about.
5. I’m too embarrassed to finish typing this sentence. But you get the idea people. Awkward and wrong, awkward and wrong.