1. I visited your YouTube channel to find out that you’re yet another slutty Internet female. Where are all the good women? I don’t see what good you being slutty does me since I can’t have sex with you.

    In any case, you look like an attractive version of Lady GaGa.


  2. Thank you for liking a post on my blog! I thought I’d check out yours in return, and it’s definitely not what I expected. All in all, I am in total love with your blog! You just seem like the kind of person who doesn’t give a crap, and I LIKE THAT. If there were more people in the world like you, it’d be a better place. Keep doing what you’re doing! 😉


  3. Hey hey, just like to say cheers for liking and viewing my blog, please follow me though 😀 [https://yourproblemisthis.wordpress.com]. I am a young [20] writer and have only just started my blog this year. Never even thought of reaching people I don’t know! 🙂 I have completed my first ‘mini’ story called The Case No One Wanted and am planning my full blown ‘book’ which will start on Friday! Now following your blog and on twitter 😀 Keep it up!


          1. Is this why I hardly have any then? NOT ENOUGH NICE PEOPLE OUT THERE! 😉 lmao … jokes.
            I’m a believer of ‘tolling’ being a waste of time and pathetic tbh. You are who you are and you can’t help that. If you are nice, polite and respect everyone for being different then join the YPIT club 😀


  4. Hi – well I am titillated, and happy to have your like and visit. I hope you will follow, as the dog I am is panting heavily. 🙂


  5. I can’t believe you liked my blog, it’s so deep… I’m still a newb at all this. i’ll figure it out eventually. Oh shit, I gotta wake up at 4am, yikes, it’s almost 1:30am… D=
    Thanks for liking!


  6. Im bowled over by the neatness and the layout of this site. It’s so well organized and uncluttered and has a great visual appeal. And yes, caught up with up a few write ups and they are good as well 🙂

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  7. Congratulations on your writing success in spite of, and maybe because of the war waged against you and your children, among other insult to injury. I can only imagine the rage and jealousy that must be burning and consuming the real perpetrator!

    I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your blog all night after you found a post on Julian’s Justice Journal, a follow-up blog to (Dedicated to) The Real Mommies and Daddies of the Real America and Our Children Who Want to Come Home, inspired by my son, Julian (permanently abducted under the color of law and sold to similar brand of narcissistic/sociopath symptom/indicators presenting, criminal “responsible” psychopath, and his new “beard,” on May 08, 2012, alleged child sexual abuser, compulsive liar and co-conspirator with a private “play therapist,” or otherwise and, quite possibly or plausibly, a “Donut” variety bisexual.

    Since the brainstorm I began for what I hope shall be the jumpstart to the writing career I believe I have in me (Mommy’s Memoirs, alternatively, The One Night Stand, a First Baby Step Brainstorm, accessible via link posted below) may fall into the same genre or subcategory of literature as It’s Not My Fault,I am hoping you can share with me how you got published, whether or not you used a literary agent,and, generally, how you got started publishing your first piece.


    P.S. Can you elaborate on the characteristics of individuals with “Donut’s” special qualifications which may or may not apply to my son’s father, and which are conceivably directly relevant to my then five year-old son’s allegations against “Daddy” and “The Visitor?”


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