I was recently nominated for a blogging award. Which is kind of cool. Because I am a selfish person who needs constant praise in order to help myself sleep at night. Luckily, since I am always right and awesome, praise is heaped upon me. But awards help too. And you have the chance to confirm that. So make sure to take part in the democratic process. And if you're still undecided, keep reading. I'm sure my campaign, with help from readers just like you, will help your decision.
And in case you’re thinking to yourself, “hmmm… I’m not too sure about this guy. I haven’t been impressed by the lack of writing lately. And he’s just kind of exhausting to read,” have no fear. I have culled some of the most supportive comments to help you make your decision.
Like Henrik, for example, who asks:
“Har du sniffat lim eller?”
Henrik thinks my writing is so good that it can only be aided by performance enhancing drugs. Like glue.
Or an anonymous supporter who says:
“förmodligen fattar du inte svenska heller din dumme jävel.”
Who was so impressed by my command of the English language that there was no way I could understand a second language.
Then there is Kurtgreger who says:
“Why don't you make us here a favour and get your ass out of Sweden again.”
Obviously Kurtgreger, despite spelling favour with a British “u” is American and just misses me. He wants me back in his country, to claim my superior writing skills as his own.
And who could forget when Anders said:
“You're a good writer, not very smart, but talented with words”
In the end, it’s the writing that counts. Intelligence is highly overrated. Just look at me.
And finally, anonymous says:
“vilken jävla tönt du är”
Well, actually, that’s just not very nice. I’m a dork, but a damn dork is just too much for me.
With all that said, I think it's pretty obvious who you should vote for. So head over to Lexiophiles and vote for me as one of the Top 100 Language Blogs 2009.
Welcome to Sweden. And a rousing endorsement from readers of this blog.
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