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Monday, October 19, 2009

Gauging Popularity

Today I'm in a contest to see how many people will read my one-sentence blog and leave a comment.

29 comments:

Annie McMahon said...

Of course, I'll vote for you. Your blog is great! Go, Tamara!!

Kate said...

How big is that piece of bread?--or are the letters tiny?

Mireyah Wolfe said...

*rushes through, stops, reads, comments, and rushes back out*

Vicky said...

Hahahaha. You're very popular.

M. Gray said...

That's the cutest pic ever!

Jannie said...

You have my vote :)

Tamara Hart Heiner said...

ha ha ha! the comments are cracking me up. thanks for rushing in, Mireyah!

Kate, it's a normal piece of bread. Blown up.

Aaron and Emily said...

I'm trying to understand the bread. Did you make that? Or was it an image you pasted on there?

T. Anne said...

I hope you win!!!!! Love your new pic =)

Tamara Hart Heiner said...

@Em, I'm not that cool or creative. It's just a picture that I pasted on there. Cool, huh?

@T.Anne,thanks! I win a free book if I win. I have a lot of followers...now to lure them out into commenting!

Tyler Jorgenson said...

One sentence comment.

Brodi Ashton said...

I'll comment!

MeganRebekah said...

Here's another to help you out!

Karen Jones Gowen said...

This is getting very interesting! Kittens, rhinos, burned toast, bribes of all kinds-- I love this contest.

David J. West said...

Think of the Kittens Tamara, you don't want it on your head do you?

Tamara Hart Heiner said...

David you simply crack me up!

SM Blooding said...

*following Mires through the blog dash*

Sara ♥ said...

Love the toast pic :) Would comment/vote for you based on that alone!

Emailman said...

Wow Tamara, this is the best blog you have ever posted *snigger* No offence! I'm just in a toast mood I suspect...lol...

L.A. DeVaul said...

I didn't know it was a popularity contest. Now I'm sure to lose.

Simon C. Larter said...

Well, couldn'tcha have written a longer sentence--something Faulknery and elliptical that keeps going and going and perhaps never gets back to its original point but is kind of fun to read nonetheless, since it's structure and punctuation are intriguing and, um, stuff? Or not. Perhaps that would have defeated the purpose.

Heather B. Moore said...

Hmmmm.

apprentice said...

VOTES

Get the most,
or you'll be toast.

~everydaypoet

Tamara Hart Heiner said...

@Simon and everdaypoet--thanks for stopping by!

Ralene said...

Aw...if only I"d been here yesterday. tsk tsk.. I just wasn't in the blog reading mood. Sorry!

Jody Hedlund said...

Sorry I missed reading your post yesterday and helping you out with your contest!

I loved your comment yesterday on my blog! We really are at the same spot with our rewriting. I'm hoping that I can trust my editors requests. Even though the process of editing and rewriting is subjective, I don't feel like I have the know-how yet either, to demand my own way!

Melanie J said...

Melanie wuz here.

Aaron and Emily said...

The thing is, I noticed you ALWAYS get lots of comments on your blogs. (I am the kind of person who is lucky to have 3 comments on a blog). So what is this contest for?

Tamara Hart Heiner said...

oh, it was a contest to see who could get the most comments (I assume from different people, or I would jsut comment away all day) from a one sentence blog. Whoever got the most won a free book.

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