Out of fruity curiosity why do the bloggers who are not on Toot bitch non-stop about not being on Toot? And why do non-Toot bloggers become anti-Toot bloggers? And why do anti-Toot bloggers pretend like they don’t care they’re non-Toot bloggers yet they seem to talk so much about being non-Toot bloggers, consume so much time in being anti-Toot bloggers, that it kinda feels like they really care they’re not-on-Toot bloggers? Like, do you know what I’m saying? Is Toot, like, the cool kid’s table for the Arab blogosphere? Does every non-Toot and/or anti-Toot blogger, like, curse the Toot from afar, all the while secretly praying they will one day be asked to become on-Toot bloggers? Get a seat at the table? Get to wear the football jackets?
So this is an on-Toot blogger’s post on non-Toot bloggers, specifically anti-Toot bloggers, who seem to spend so much time on the question of why they’re not on Toot that it baffles me.
Look, if you’re not on Toot, if you didn’t make the cut, then maybe you just suck.
Well…I dunno, maybe you do suck, who knows.
But seriously, if behind that hardshell of anti-tootiness you really deep down want to become a Toot blogger then maybe you should spend less time blogging about not being on Toot and how Toot is so, like, not cool, and more time on anything remotely interesting to anyone: especially the Toot team.
Or, like myself, you can always bribe Roba with a basket of raspberries.
(chocolate covered strawberries to ensure yourself a spot as a ‘handpicked blog’ of the day)