THANK YOU VISITORS. Although I have been posting on this blog since Feb 2012 this is the first time that I managed to post every day for one year. In the beginning of the year it was hard work but I manages to schedule posts ahead of time and everything went well but towards the end of the year my work load became so much that I struggled to reach my goal. I wanted to see if it changed anything in the way I blogged or the amount of visitors.
Although I tried very hard to find the best funny stuff from the internet, I did feel pressed for time. Due to my work load I was also not able to visit as many blogs as I would have liked. I did learn one thing though posts which contain gifs were not very popular, perhaps because they are data guzzlers.
I doubt that I will attempt posting daily again and rather concentrate on the enjoyment of interacting with fellow bloggers.
All the best for 2016 – from GB (Gobetween)
Please let me know which posts you enjoy the most.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 16,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
“Ellen is shocked that George Clooney thanked the wrong woman in his Golden Globe speech!
In the cleverly edited YouTube video the comedian is seen sitting next to Amal while George pours out his heart during his acceptance speech.
To Ellen’s shock, George’s beautiful words were meant for his wife and not the dancing TV host.” More here.
They said “go out and get some exercise, it’ll be good for you!”
When I first moved to Seattle, my brother in law(and his family) had just moved here too. When he moved to another house, he forgot his valued high school sweatshirt. So one day, out of the kindness of our hearts (by ours I mean not mine) we brought it back to him. He said he didn’t want it, and told us to keep it. So of course, we didn’t listen and left it there. This set off an epic battle of hide and seek in which we traded the sweatshirt back and forth at each other’s houses and found better hiding spots for it each time. While I think we have the sweatshirt to this day, we won the battle and the war when we found a picture online of a scarecrow that prompted our final…
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