The wait is over: This morning a whole new world of blogging was revealed to me when I visited my esteemed co-worker’s new site that she will use to chronicle her effort to lose weight. I know you are all at this point dying for that URL, but…I’m sorry. I have to protect the integrity of this blog from her prying eyes. I’m afraid if I reveal her web address, the immediate onslaught of visitors would raise her suspicions and she would follow the trail right here. Nah, you’re right, she’s probably not that smart, but I can’t take the chance that one of you guys will leave a smart-ass comment on her blog that could potentially lead to some work-place dynamics I’d rather avoid. Little does she know that her real blog is what you are reading right now, it just happens to be written by someone else. She must never read this.
Actually, I’ve been thinking about creating a dummy blog just for her. It could basically just be this blog with all mentions of her removed, because let’s face it, since I do most of my blogging here at work, she’s going to find out eventually. Come to think of it, I should probably have four or five blogs, each sensitive to different people. For example, I could do a cleaned up version for my parents with PG-rated language and all evidence of the depths of my cynicism left out. Really I should do a cynicism-free version anyway to try to keep from alienating my girlfriend any further than I already have. As it is, my parents will never know about this blog and I’ll just have to refrain from discussing Courtney in any unflattering light, although she looks good in any light (good save, no?).
Depending on popular response, I may release information regarding my co-worker’s site at some time in the future, consequences be damned. It’s not even that funny (yet, at least), just bad.
Aww, fuck it.
Please refrain from leaving any comments there, for the love of God.