Wednesday, October 17, 2007

a future "champion"

Ashley saw this. Maybe by "champion" they mean "person who wears champion brand clothing".


maggini in tweed said...

Very nice blog...saw you on Blogs of note and just had to "click". :)

Pawlie Kokonuts said...

I also saw your blog as one of the noted anointed ones. I like it. Our blogs share some broad similarities. The greatest number of hits I ever got came from a post I wrote on the serial comma. Vanity Fair and New Yorker blogs jumped on it.

honglong said...

Hi there!
I saw you listed in blogs of note and was curious.
Cool blog! Great Idea!

Nate said...

I LOVE this "blog"! I am a huge fan of unnecessary punctuation of all types and was so excited to see your blog featured. I laughed so hard I cried. Thank you, I needed that.

Kim VanDerHoek said...

BRAVO! What a fun blog! I'll be passing it along to all of my "friends."

the sabra said...

like the first three "commenters" i saw ur blog on the blogs of "note".

i, think ur awesome. though but of course i havent' read ur entire blog so i cannot know "for certain", but what i've seen thus far, made me, chuckle.
and i mean "chuckle"!


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Elizabeth O'Neal said...

"Enjoyed" your blog! I love grammar and punctuation "humor!"

*Tanyetta* said...

love it!

i guess the biggest thing thank makes my eyes bleed--

YOUR the best.


whatever happened to the 'e

C Merry said...

I saw you on the "BON" list, "cute blog"!

Welcome to the "BON Family"
Things Look Like Things

Clezevra said...

i found your blog through 'bon' but saw it mentioned in the newspaper. way to go!

Michael said...

Funny blog - witty indeed.

Who would have thought that an entire blog could be made about unnecessary quotations "marks". (intended)

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Madeline Grace Fulton said...

Saw you on Blogs of Note and find you utterly "hilarious."

I'm an English Teacher turned "Stay at home Mom." My husband says I now obsess even more over bad grammar than ever before.

Keep it up!

Anonymous said...

"Champions" in the making? This reminds me of that Seinfeld episode where everyone is gathered in someone's apartment to watch the NYC marathon, and a woman yells out of the window, "You're all winners!"

Anonymous said...

"'Champions'" is self-deprecating here, or modest: couldn't have done it without my teammates--and God.

More mistrust in authenticity, whatever that is.

But, as someone else here says, it's probably the brand name.