Awesome Blogge Commenter Leaves Awesome Comment!!!11!1!!


Every once in a while an awesome blogge commenter leaves a blogge comment that is so fucken awesome that I just have to lift it up and publish it in a post, just to make sure that no one misses its incredible fucken awesomeness. And here is one left by a ridiculous delusional sadde-sacke dumshitte called “greensage” that totally merits your consideration:

A while back, I checked out this blog to see what it was about. I saw post after post of cooking, with pictures. My curiosity sated, I turned my attention to some of the other blogs on this site. That was some months ago.

I decided to see if anything had changed. While it’s still mostly cooking, this time there are also videos (only videos–no commentary or anything else)–and a few political blurbs. I don’t think I’ve ever actually seen anything related to atheism or skepticism in particular on this blog.

See you in a couple more months. Maybe.

What I love about this comment is the exquisite combination of multiple delusions, with the richeness and complexity of a fine chateuneuf de pap, bouncing around in the overwhelmingly melancholy emptiness thatte fills this poor fucker’s psyche:

(1) That I or anyone else on the Internet cares about his (you know this dumfucke has to be a mansplaining d00dmeister) history of consideration of my blogge, his curiosity satisfaction function, and what he has decided to devote his attention to;

(2) That I or anyone else on the Internet cares about his decision to come backe to my blogge to perform a further assessment of its suitability for whothefuckeknowswhatte;

(3) That I or anyone else on the Internet cares whether he does or doesn’t return again in the future to perform yet another further assessment of my blogge and its suitability for whothefuckeknowswhatte;

(4) That I or anyone else on the Internet would do anything but laugh uproariously at someone who spends the time to write a three-paragraph comment explaining in a tone of sad resignation how disappointed they are in the terrible disappointingness of my blogge.

Disappointed commenter’s terrible disappointment is duly noted!

Comments

  1. says

    Look, Comradde. I pay good money for this blog, and I expect demand results commensurate with my investment! Think about that the next time you cash one of those fat FtB checks. THINK ABOUT IT!!!

  2. rq says

    I come here FOR the cooking. Nobody cooks like atheists, and by virtue of being on FtB, this has to be atheist cooking and therefore some of the (if not THE) best cooking out there.
    I make it skeptical by questioning the amount of garlic ACTUALLY required, but I do that on my own time. Still haven’t quite figured out how much a ‘fucketonne’ is.

    PS You’d think someone would be happy there’s a blog with lots of pictures as opposed to lots of text.

  3. loquaxe says

    don’t bother pp. the boring pseudo-intellectual will come back, unfortunately, to check on your progress.

  4. Sunioc says

    Actually came here as a result of someone else complaining about this blog and therefore piquing my interest, and stuck around for the recipes. I’m still baffled as to the meaning of the “sweep” posts, though.

  5. greensage says

    Thank you for highlighting my comment. The possibility of this occurred to me, so I decided to check out your blog sooner than I had originally planned.

    I suffer from none of the delusions that you have accused me of. Based on the number of comments on this blog, I honestly thought the possibility that many others would read my post to be remote. Still do. But perhaps you do have good reason to be offended by my comment–it wasn’t completely harmless and it wasn’t meant to be. It was merely an accurate statement regarding the content of your blog, which you might have taken with a grain of salt, or not. Or which you might have discussed, rather than projecting your delusions onto me. No matter. At the very least, I gave your blog two hits.

    Now I REALLY will see you in a few months. All the best.

  6. Forbidden Snowflake says

    Greensage, for you to imagine PP was offended by your comment is spectacularly delusional in its own right.
    But yeah, nothing like an “I registered just to tell you I was flouncing” in the morning.

  7. says

    I suffer from none of the delusions that you have accused me of.

    …then the dude goes on for another paragraph demonstrating those exact delusions. ha.

  8. Emptyell says

    rq @2

    I make it skeptical by questioning the amount of garlic ACTUALLY required, but I do that on my own time. Still haven’t quite figured out how much a ‘fucketonne’ is.

    It only applies to those of us who measure our garlic by heads rather than cloves. At one fucktonne there is more garlic than anything else. Two fucktonnes is more garlic than everything else.

  9. blindrobin says

    I have always felt that sage was an herb better dried than green, but then such is the subjective nature of gastronomical preferences. No?

  10. Zme says

    @Sunioc #5:

    I think the “sweep posts” are made when the New Amsterdam Wankers (a stick-and-ball team of ill repute) manage to win both games of a double header.

    Or it could be that Comradde Physioproffe has managed to win a darts game of 301 by “brushing” his opponent (not doubling in).

  11. rq says

    Emptyell @10

    Then I have it just about right – my default position is to put in as much garlic as possible.
    Two fucketonnes, though… Garlic risotto is about the only thing that comes to mind that would require THAT much garlic (not a bad idea, in fact).

  12. Emptyell says

    rq @15

    I like a dip that’s mostly finely chopped garlic with just enough olive oil and grated parmesan to make it dippable. Of course if you count the bread I guess it’s not mostly garlic at that point.

    Do you know the trick to pealing garlic with two bowls?

  13. jnorris says

    I was going to suggest we care about greensage’s return and start a pool to pick the date. But that got sunk when he returned at 8:29 this morning.

  14. Valindrius says

    which you might have taken with a grain of salt, or not.

    A grain? Sounds woefully under-seasoned to me.

  15. N. Nescio says

    @15: Garlic risotto *is* delicious. I make mine by blanching a whole lot of garlic cloves 5-6 times (sometimes more if necessary), passing the sweet and mildly garlicky results through a tamis and adding to the rice throughout the cooking process, where I usually use a parmesan or grana stock. It makes for a delicious foil to roasted meat or meaty fish.

    One might call it fukken goode.

  16. Dan says

    ” A grain? Sounds woefully under-seasoned to me ”

    greensage has shown a woefully patronizing attraction totally and,perhaps, irremediably out of season.

  17. mucklededun says

    Greensage would have been OK if he had only prefaced his remarks by mentioning that you are a disgrace to the bloggeing community.

  18. David says

    “A fucktonne is equal to two full shitloads.

    British units, anyway.”

    By British do you mean imperial shitloads or metric shitloads?

  19. Me and I and me says

    Some “rich and famous” are obviously envious and desperate ’cause they feel no purpose at hand. Wake up Mr Envious Desperate.

  20. fuckesatonne says

    Come on people, get your spelling right. It’s “fucketonne”, not “fucktonne”. (And, ironically enough, it’s “Chateauneuf du Pape,” not “pap”).

    As for Greensage: all he’s saying, CPP, is that your blogge suckes. What, no one has ever mentioned that to you before? If you open up your posts to comments, why get your boxers bunched when someone… comments?

  21. loquaxe says

    There are comments clearly designed to induce a response. And the response is highly desired and expected…”I happened to think you were going to respond and came back earlier than planned”.

    And it worked!!. How so?.. You know, this blog and CPP suck, oops, rather SHINE!.

  22. says

    You know, with your attitude you’re never going to beat Fox News in the ratings, and that’s how we measure what’s important and true.

  23. superfragilistik says

    Oh, but is not CPP a fan of NE Patriots?. How could he not possibly respond?. 4th of July, Independence Day!. WTF!.

  24. Chebag says

    “Sweep” posts are just his reminder to himself that once the hangover abates, he needs to instruct his Mexicans to muck out the polo pony’s stall.

  25. neonsequitur says

    I find this blog a vast improvement over your previous efforts. Not that you give a fucke….

  26. The Bobs says

    I still can’t believe that you put avocado into risotto. That’s just wrong man.

  27. Stevarious says

    I tell you what, I find myself completely let down by your blog every time I visit!

    I mean, look at the name. Comradde Physioproffe’s? On FtB? Obviously the blog is going to be all about the crossroads of freethought, physics, and Soviet-style Communism.

    I. AM. DISAPPOINT.

  28. Emptyell says

    The Bobs says:
    July 5, 2012 at 2:44 pm

    I still can’t believe that you put avocado into risotto. That’s just wrong man.

    Yeah! And he left out the chocolate chips!

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