I couldn't help but wonder how people would react towards blogging these days. In a nutshell, if it were the early 90's there wouldn't be such a thing. Most popularly, there were journalists and newspaper columns where readers couldn't talk or share constructive criticism. If Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City would've stepped out of the tube in 2000 and not in 1998, she would've been a blogger. In essence, "Carrie the Blogger" would've been a success! Yet it seemed as she was allergic to the internet and only used the famous Apple for word processing her articles. Therefore, "Carrie the Blogger" serves no other purpose than entertainment.
Yes. I do realize that blogs, overall, specifically blogs concerning sex, sexual endeavors and anything which would remotely be sexually stimulated; has already been done and created - but not my me. When a true writer asserts that everything has been written about; that is the mere equivalent of saying that all the letters in the alphabet have been used, therefore, there is nothing to write about. Now, how would (for entertainment purposes) "Carrie the Blogger" take to that?! She would perhaps say that blogging affords each 'our moment' for opportunity... 24/7/365. This is me taking that 'moment'... (for the 3rd time).
As reference: "Everyone thought that Batman could beat The Green Hornet, but The Green Hornet had Kato." - Carrie Bradshaw
I'm not Batman. I'm not "Carrie the (supposed-to-be) Blogger".
I am Maylin. I am the Green Hornet, and Inked Labyrinth is my Kato.