literary criticism

11 Feb

Let’s see what people are saying about Saturday Jane!

Today I’d like to take a moment and highlight some of my favorite comments on this blog.  I’m constantly astounded by the depth and wit that my readers display, and it’s only fair to give them the spotlight once in a while!

Without further ado:

User ‘Porn’ says: “That is the correct weblog for anybody who wants to seek out out about this topic. You understand so much its virtually laborious to argue with you (not that I truly would want…HaHa). You definitely put a new spin on a subject thats been written about for years. Nice stuff, simply nice!

Virtually laborious!  I think that’ll be the new tagline for this blog.  Saturday Jane: Virtually Laborious!

User ‘free online games’ says: “After study a few of the blog posts in your web site now, and I actually like your manner of blogging. I bookmarked it to my bookmark website record and will likely be checking again soon. Pls try my website as nicely and let me know what you think.”

Not only did they bookmark me, they bookmarked me to their bookmark website record!  An honor I truly do not deserve.  Free Online Games, even though I don’t have time to check out your website as nicely, I will keep your kind words in my heart soul chest cavity for a long, long time.

User ‘best acne treatment’ says: “This really answered my downside, thank you!”

No, thank you, Best Acne Treatment!  Your sweet comment really replied my upside, and Lord knows I needed that today.

User ‘bigfoot screams’ says: “Is Bigfoot Real or factitious? For around 4 hundred years, there have already been reporting’s of a man like monster that’s fully covered in hair.”

I see what you did there, Bigfoot Screams.  Real or factitious?  I will start using this as a method in my own arguments.  Internet, are smoothies awesome or fantasticularious?  Would you say that push-ups are difficult, or hardnanimous?  Give me your thoughts on fire: hot, or heatacious?

Thank you all for your constant lovely commenting, and thank you especially to Bigfoot Screams, Free Online Games, Best Acne Treatment and Porn for their uplifting and well-thought-out feedback.


Posted by on February 11, 2011 in Uncategorized


4 responses to “literary criticism

  1. Vanessa

    February 11, 2011 at 10:45 am

    I liked that Mr. Free Online Games says “I ACTUALLY like your manner of blogging” as if he came here and was like “this seems like a terrible blog, let me waste my time reading it and determining how awfu– wait a minute. Hold on. This is actually okay.”

  2. Alice

    February 11, 2011 at 8:26 pm

    I read this post (and the majority of your posts dated within the last year) to my boyfriend (or mother, whichever happened to be nearest/on speed dial and not at work at the time), and he asks, what subject was it that Sir “Porn” so enjoyed you discussing so much?
    I tell you that it’s him wondering, of course, so that you don’t wonder why a very much masculine person such as himself is named, “Alice.”
    I’d also like to inform you that it’s alright if you don’t answer his question, because I went on to read your love letter to Mr. Sideways Hat Kid, an article which, undubitably, is like milk and honey for anyone named Porn.

    • Jessica

      February 11, 2011 at 8:29 pm

      I think it was the post about how to write criticism for somebody else’s stories…I’m glad Mr. Porn found it simply nice! 🙂

      Thanks for reading! I always love getting comments like yours, that actually ARE super thought out and sweet.

  3. Brittneigh

    February 11, 2011 at 10:38 pm

    Comments like this always both confuse and crack me up!! Spammers are… weird. Bots? I don’t even know. I never know what to do with them!


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