This post requires deep thinking, read it when free or skip the whole thing.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with seeking attention, but every thing has it’s limit.
Imagine an overly exposed dress-to-kill girl. She deserves every eyeball on the floor, with the boys going OoOoh and the girls going boo. She puts a lot of effort, wasting every puff of her compact powder, lip stick and slaps on the same dress she wore last Friday night. The least we (boys) could do is sink our eyes to show some gratitude.
Whether the girl loves the attention or not, that’s not our fault. She’s the one seeking attention, we’re just giving what she wanted. And yet, we’re being stigmatize as womanizers. WTH?
Similarly in this virtual world, we can see a lot more attention seekers. Best example would be NuffNang Innit. Gosh, what’s with the detestable titles? That’s just an example, what about other blogs?
In any case, aren’t you ashamed if your kins found out about your blog? Worst, starts talking on how shallow you are, even if you strongly believe in what you wrote.
I know, the chances of them finding out is close to zero, especially if your parents always yelled for you to connect the Wifi.
I’d like to remind you, shit happens.
One day, you’ll be parents, aunties, uncles, grandpas, grandmas, big boss, chairman, CEO, managing director etc. You certainly would have a problem earning respects, if you were petty to begin with.
Blogging is a short lived ecstacy, so put more thoughts before clicking the Publish button. Also apply in the real world.
ps: To buy or not to buy.. an uber geeky MacBook Pro.
pss: To buy or not to buy.. an insanely fast super bike.
psss: To buy or not to buy.. a stupid PDA phone.
pssss: Between needs and desire, they’re all desire. Scrapppp!