An unknown blogger with moderate talent was berated by both friends and neighbours earlier today following news that his blog was both uninteresting and unimportant.
"The truth shall set ye free," misquoted the disgruntled Blogger in a pseudo-press conference 'tweet', following the initial confrontation. A mere twenty minutes later another short-lived blog post announced the self-proclaimed professionals intention to: "Delete f%@cking everything."
This news follows an alarming trend in early 20s writers and 'journalists', who in recent years have been enabled in their writing by the availability of free, easy to set up blogging applications and websites, such as Blogger.com and eBlogger.
These newly-created blogs are soon the subject of neglect, with only occasional posts which are themselves generally comprised of the writers' intention to post more frequently. Needless to say this has led to a high infant mortality rate in the poor, defenseless blogs- a species apparently now doomed by youthful indifference.
Joe Hickey, spokesman for BlogRelief, the world's most successful blog abuse charity had only this to say: "This heinous exploitation of new media formats must be halted. Rejection may be harsh for these budding writers, but the mere fact that their half-hearted attempts to enter a second rate university has failed does not excuse this reprehensible behavior."
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