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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Tina Fey rules


During her Golden Globe acceptance speech, Tina Fey called out her internet haters. Hilarious. Everyone gets cranky comments sometimes. I used to get sad about it, but my mom made me feel better. And I've realized that it's just part of blogging. If critics are to be believed, I'm annoyingly chipper and my marriage will last five years tops, Courtney is self-centered, my other blog friend needs to pluck her eyebrows, and Kate Miss is an idiot for not liking one of the Jenny Lewis songs. C'est la vie.

Have you ever gotten a salty blog comment?

123 comments:

Annette said...

NO....I just don't get comments on my blog PERIOD. I guess that's better than mean and salty insults... haha!

P.S. Tina Fey is my homegirl.

Kate said...

you AND tina rule, fo sho.

morgan said...

I don't get many comments on my blog either, but I totally agree that Tina Fey's acceptance speech ROCKED! No one else could get up on stage and tell people to "suck it" successfully!

LENORENEVERMORE said...

Thank goodness no,

...errr NOT yet??!
There was one 'stern' comment when I posted about fur on my 'Eskimo' post...

Have a lovely week, beautiful!

kate said...

a blog commenter said i was offensively self centered. oh well!

Angela said...

Not yet, but I guess I better get ready... Egads!!!
Tina was awesome Sunday night. And Tracy Morgan was hilarious as usual...

colormekatie said...

I'm so happy you just posted this. I read a bad comment this morning and I still feel down about it. I need to learn how to ignore it!

jmg said...

I've only had one comment other than family!

kate said...

i got a mean comment last week about how i shouldn't be a single mom! i'm like, ease up! people can be crazy.

stacy said...

oh yeah - i've gotten them!

and that's what the delete button is for.

ls said...

People can be so nasty, especially when behind a computer. I've always hated that nasty comments stick in my head longer than all the nice things people have said to me over the years. I really must learn to adjust that!

LINDSAY said...

Someone once commented on my blog that having a blog wasn't very "christian". That my blog was an attempt to get praise for my daily life... what the hell?

Sabina said...

I loved her speech too!! I think 30 Rock is the best show on T.V.!!

I have been lucky and have not recieved any negative comments yet but I'm sure that day will come.

Dennise said...

I'm lucky if I get one comment, so I guess I can't relate. But seriously, somebody predicted that your marriage would last five years-tops? That's just absurd! You're the most amazing blogger around! I can't believe anyone could have anything negative to say about you.

MrsEm said...

Awesome! I love Tina Fey. And I hate the internet haters. Although, luckily, every time I've had a bad comment other commenters rise up against it...which is pretty awesome to see. It's like having 2,000 big sisters - they may tease you sometimes, but they'll throw punches for you when it comes down to it.

Casey Lewis said...

Yes! It got so bad at one point, that I decided moderated comments was the only way to go. The worst was a girl leaving mean, very personal comments; she even went so far as to acknowledge what college I attend and sorority I belong to. Anonymous, of course.

Jennifer said...

Her speech was awesome! I want to be Tina Fey when I grow up!

DUSKIN said...

how can anyone be a hater of you???

Jessica T. said...

It seems a bit ironic though since Tina Fey's job is to make fun of people.

Of course I love her though.

Jane Flanagan said...

Yes! I made a self deprecating joke about my own height and apparently that made me a racist against Irish people (even though I'm Irish).

I approve the comments (unless they're foul-mouthed), but don't engage them. Interesting to notice how these people remain anonymous for the most part. Some of them are just trolling for reactions of course.

They still get to me every time. I can't help it!

Lali said...

ugh!how annoying. i have had few comments, all positive. but i have been told in real life i am too "much sunshine" and happiness.

f'them. you are a fabulous writer, and i am happy your share your world with us. you too are a lil ray of sunshine.
:)

Chelsea said...

I love her speech! I've had some meanies comment here and there. But, luckily not anything too awful. It always seems weird to me when people leave mean comments. Like they don't have anything better to do. But it seems like the nice people far outweigh the meanies in the blog world.

The Fab Miss B said...

I moderate the comments on my blog to avoid this scenario. I feel like it's my space, so I get to decide on the comments. But ouch- it stings no matter what!

Emilia Jane said...

So far with my veeery few comments everyone has been wonderful. I just can't imagine why anyone would want to leave you negative comments. If they don't like it why do they read it!? People are so weird. Anyway, I think you're lovely and I think your blog is lovely. Thank you for sharing with us everyday! xoxo

alice said...

On the whole no, very occasionally I get some snarky 'corrections' to my opinions (especially if I mention films, for some reason) but mostly people are really lovely. I haven't had anything rude in ages.

I am sorry to hear that you have ever got any bad comments. You would think people would have better things to do than try to make others feel bad!

erica said...

not yet, but i like to keep it focused on the non-personal.

there is nothing wrong with being delightfully cheerful and adorable. we all know that people have off-days. whether you choose to blog about them is a personal decision.

i get enough mean comments from my student' end-of-semester evaluations, it would break my heart if my blog comments were mean, too.

Shelby said...

Ha! I don't get enough comments to get salty ones. I think the day I do...I will have truly "arrived"

Tina is AWESOME! And her speech was hilarious.

Sal said...

I have harbored a girl crush on Tina for ages. She is beyond awesome.

I've gotten the occasional acrid comment, and they always sting. And they're ALWAYS anonymous, which just makes the whole experience even more irritating.

Christina said...

Tina Fey is doin it!

cindy : quaint said...

she is so smart, her speech was great! i just make sure i don't leave snarky comments.

Ray said...

I haven't gotten one yet because I am fairly new, but I am sure one of these days I will!

koala said...

Not one bad comment yet. The advantage of having a small but friendly audience.

giulia said...

Tina, yes! Thank you for this post. I confess to feeling better about wearing my glasses now & again because of la Tina. (To save on contact lens wear & tear--hey, it's a recession!)

Comments. I can't even have them on the site. The vituperative email from certain places (esp. certain countries) is really upsetting. I know now (pretty much) what to open & what not to. Goodness, the compromise I made to learn how to "publish" (to learn the tech stuff, etc.) was that it would be in the name of zee resident feline (employing a nom de plume!) so as to protect others. Talk about absurd--but it was warranted & there's the absurdity.

Re: absurdity. Last winter I held a little "film festival" in my apartment here in DC. Three films especially hit home with friends & colleagues: 1) Being There; 2) Dr. Strangelove; 3) Network. (Many of us had not seen since they were released, since college cinema classes, etc. And some had not seen at all.)

A warm & cozy Tuesday to all,

xoxo, svs

pigeon.toed said...

i havent as of yet. but i feel like people feel comfortable under the guise of anonymity to throw insults on the internet. i feel like if you don't like something, just move on, don't wax negative about it! love your posts!

P said...

I'm so lucky (and undeserving) to have a very small but sweet readership. Every once in a while, though, I get a snarky comment. It stings a little at first, but then I think, HEY YO, SOMEONE CARED ENOUGH TO POST! Then my boyfriend rips them a new one in his subtle, caustic way. He is a fierce defender of What Possessed Me, so any haters have to face The 'Hawk.

rebekah at ead living said...

Yes, and I work with the knowledge that some people should really just get over themselves. :)

Dana said...

Thank Gawd you are always chipper! It's such a breath of fresh air to go to a place on the internet where someone is happy and polite and sweet. There is so much negativity in the world right now, and who needs more of it? Not me! You're awesome Joanna!

Anonymous said...

I made the mistake of saying I didn't like what someone had blogged on her mainly design-oriented site (it was a personal picture). I was alone in my opinion and attacked by the blogger and other commentors (who seemed to be her friends) who didn't like that I disagreed. I asked if the request for 'comments' meant only positive comments and my comments were deleted and the blogger made bizarre, wild statements about me. If you put something out there on your blog you should be open to the positive and negative. I think though that people should be civil in their comments and replies to comments. I abandoned that blog - don't need to revisit the immaturity and nastiness of girls in high school.

Sarah said...

You have to remember that the joke is really on them...hey, they're on their computers, reading your blog, and think of all the other things they could be doing! It's not like somebody has a gun to their head! (At least not that we know...)

Magchunk said...

Another here with next to no commenters at all, but I'm sure the nasty ones will follow in the footsteps of the kind ones. It's part of the deal, I guess, though that's unfortunate.

Ashley Rose Photography said...

This post really got me thinking about comments, the mean ones suck ;( (knock on wood, havent gotten them YET)but just decided that today I was going to show some comment love to every and any blog i can :)
And dont listen to the meanies, you are FABULOUS!

giulia said...

Hi. Yes, of course it's possible to be "negative" without being uncivil. Here's a post on the civility project...you don't have to go to "julie's blog" -- just hurrying. It's Prof. Forni at Johns Hopkins, Google Civility Project. ciao-meow!

http://giuliageranium.blogspot.com/2009/01/on-choosing-civility.html

Emerson Merrick said...

Having a photo of myself on the Sartorialist was one of the worst things that's happened to me on the internet. Some of the comments were so cruel. People said I was lumpy, looked like crap, flat hair, uncreative, both dressed like a grandma, awful body and on and on......

Plus it didn't just stop at my photo, weeks later I'd look at comments about other people and see readers still griping over how awful the "marc jacobs kids" girl looked. Umm, no thank you.

Abbey Goes Design Scouting said...

this is great!!!

Danielle Marie said...

I've been getting anonymous comments about how no one cares about my food.

anonymousity is for cowards!

shoppingsmycardio said...

i once wrote a less-than-positive book review, and the author actually came onto my site and started harassing me via comment! fortunately, my readers are amazing, and they all started defending me...it's hysterical in hindsight, but was pretty dramatic while it was happening!

Stephanie said...

I loved this! I heart Tina!

As for people who leave mean comments? Their lives must be very sad and small.

seesaw designs said...

I love Tina Fey. Possibly the funniest person ever.

And you're super sweet, I'm not sure how anyone could ever leave you a mean comment!

Tatel said...

Fortunately it just happened once and it was so mean that it really made me feel sad. It's a good thing that i have my boyfriend that made me forget everything.

BTW I didnt published that comment ;P

Kisses from Barcelona

Sarah said...

Someone actually said your marriage will last 5 years tops? What the?! What's the point in leaving a horrible comment for someone? Does it make the person leaving the comment feel better? I dunno, but it's silly. Having said that, I have read some blogs where the bloggers seem holier than thou, but I keep it to myself. I won't leave a mean comment. And I can't believe that anyone would leave you mean comments Jo!

Melissapher said...

When I was pregnant my husband and I decided to build our own crib, mostly because we live in a small 1 bedroom apartment, and I didn't want a standard sized crib. Too large. Anyway, I entered it into a contest, which enraged so many online parents. There were over 100 comments [mostly negative] in the entry post, and a few of those negative comments trickled onto my blog. It was awful.

I'd never really been the recipient of so much online hatred before, and this physically affected me. At 8 months pregnant I went into mild toxemia and my resting heart rate was 120bpm. Thankfully this didn't affect my baby, and I didn't have to deliver early. But seriously!!

Then after having my baby, I posted a picture of raspberry topped meringue cookies and made some quip about how breast-feeding hurts/sucks/didn't work for me, and didn't hear the end of it from my parents. Thanks mom, dad, you're really helping my post-pardom depression.

Even though the negative comments suck, whenever I do have negative comments, for some reason my readership goes up. Not bad, right?

YAY Tina Fey!

amric1409 said...

Only one, I spelt a word wrong and the commentor called me out for trying to be too much of a smarty pants. Sorry I'm not a human dictionary! Oh well, that is part of blogging and some people are just out there to make a person miserable!

Joanna Goddard said...

oh my goodness, look at all of these! crazy :) we have strength in numbers. i agree we have to be open to some negative comments, but not the really out-there, harsh, personal comments. xo

I *Heart* You said...

i hated on a dress that toni braxton once wore not knowing it was for charity and was attacked for hating people with heart disease. wtf?

Amanda said...

I haven't gotten nasty comments- but I'm just writing about things I love. I think it's possible to disagree politely on a blog, and that's something that's hard to remember on the internet. I think *full confessional* that I've used the internet's anonymity (spl?) to make comments I wouldn't make in real life, or to be too strong in my opinion. Usually it's that my beliefs are under attack, and I am rude in my defense of them. I've learned that when it all comes down to it, it's better to disagree politely, or say nothing at all and let silence be your argument. I can say I don't like the way a room is set up on a design blog, for example, without attacking the designer (it's all personal opinion anyway). You get further that way, and you don't make enemies out of otherwise good people. Joanna- look how far you've gotten in your writing career! A lot of that is probably because you have a fun, upbeat attitude and people want to be around you and hear from you.

Oh, and Emerson Merrick- if you are in fact the "Marc Jacobs kid" girl, I LOVED your photo on The Sartorialist. Like, it was awesome. Just so you know. And I agree that the commenters on The Sartorialist are occasionally horrible- I've stopped reading the comments altogether because of it.

~Amanda
http://onehappypanda.blogspot.com

kari said...

I have -- thank you! I have been called an idiot, several times, and told I completely suck. Which is always so nice to hear from total anonymous strangers who obviously like to spread sunshine across the universe.

Helen said...

I am about to start a blog and this is something I'm anxious about!

Oh well. If all you nice Cup of Jo commenters visit my blog, I'll be just fine.

xo,
Helen
http://themuseumcupboard.blogspot.com

Kwana said...

I'm nowhere near your popularity so my comments have been tame. But I guess when you have haters it means you have arrived. I'll look forward to it and try and be thick skinned then probably cry.

Jessie Cacciola said...

whatever happened to "if you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all" (and it's just so sneaky and evil to do it anonymously).

Tina's awesome; you're awesome. We're all awesome. And people are just ridiculous sometimes. xo

Petunia Face said...

Oh yes! I'm an entitled stereotype and the reason for the demise of the economy! Yay me!

Tina Fey is my hero.

FOSCO said...

I've been dying for a salty comment on my blog... I've even started writing "nasty comment bait" posts where I rip on Christians, neo-Nazis, or Sarah Palin. And yet, no meanies have commented yet...

The fact that you get nasty comments makes me angry, though. Your blog is a force for good in this cold world. I'm glad your brilliant mom made you feel better.

As a wise man named Kanye once said:
"N-n-now that that don't kill me / Can only make me stronger."

Hang in there,
Fosco
www.foscolives.com

Leslie said...

i could tell you about some doozies when it comes to comments, most of which were anonymous. but the one that still irks me involved someone calling my seven-year-old a racist. nice.

abigail said...

no salty comments on my blog yet, and I can't believe you've gotten any!

Abbie, Syncopation said...

Bad comments are hard to avoid. I've had a few myself. And in my personal life, I've had more than my share. Tina Fey is great for bringing comedy about haters.


ps: it made me giggle when alec baldwin rubbed his facial hair. He's so cool.

Anna said...

i love tina fey & all the strong wonderful women out there like you!
Dr. Seuss said it best when he said:
{“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.”}
xoxo

Jes said...

I didn't know Tina Fey had any haters. I never get any blog comments, except in a private (or what I thought was private) online journal where I vented some feelings a friend didn't agree with.

Hey at least you are famous enough for some notice :P

east side bride said...

In my opinion, you haven't hit it big until you have haters ;)

Sweet Nothings said...

how does anyone hate your blog!

Courtney said...

I hadn't yet seen that acceptance speech, but it was fabulous! Oh, Tina!

As for receiving salty comments, luckily not yet... but whenever I do, it is going to sting, and I am going to have to try to keep this clip and this post in mind!

Kristin said...

"annoyingly chipper"?? whatev...

Abi said...

I actually deleted my old blog because I was being left awful comments about my work and photography. One or two readers would tell me how awful everthing I did was and how I was wasting valuable internet space.
it was pretty hurtful and as a result i moderate everything on my blog which im convinced has lost me readers. i still worry about it now.
i love your blog and can only think that these commenters are just jealous because really, what other motivation is there?

Mermanda said...

I have received a handful of salty comments... one sticks in my mind. Someone told me they liked reading my blog but would have to take me off her reader because she couldn't handle me talking about "wedding crap" for a year. To her, I laugh, shake my head, and truly feel sorry for her.

Sour grapes...

Carissa said...

I just got a salty comment today...from a close friend! Actually, it's a good thing, since the premis of my blog is that I Have No Idea What I Am Doing. They're my personal fact checkers and barometers.

I think of comments like late night bar conversation: People are going to have strong reactions, get all melodramatic, maybe spill a whiskey, then feel kind of miffed by their own behavior the next day and invite me back out.

Loulou said...

I got some snarky comments when I started getting political right before the election. It was pretty funny!

Char said...

I don't know people have to be mean - it's ok to have a differing opinion, but have some manners, right? sorry Jo - you don't deserve that.

amy said...

i think you're lovely jo :) some people just don't have anything better to do!

Vegan and Vintage said...

I can't believe someone would write mean things about your relationship with your fiance, jealous nasty pasties!

I'm pretty lucky I guess. You would think some people would have something nasty to say about my hippy-like lyfestyle and idealistic beliefs, but no! only lovely visitors so far!

I don't think I woud handle it if I did though - well done to you!

Mishka said...

I got a whole bunch of mean comments all in one day from anonymous. Apparently I pissed someone off! :)

Jill said...

we've had some meanies, but thanks to statcounter we can usually put them in their place. :)

tina fey was so great at the gg's. after she spoke and the scanned the audience you can tell everyone just loves her.

angie said...

LOVE her and what she says. see, the best and beautiful get not-so-nice comments. you are utterly delightful and anyone who says differently, can "suck it." ;) *a

Keiko Lynn said...

I adore Tina Fey.

I used to get mean comments quite often - some of them were so hateful, they reduced me to tears. I can handle mean comments about me, but not my loved ones!

They've slowed down, since I switched to blogspot, but I'm sure I'll be eating my words in no time! I think people just enjoy being mean, sometimes. It's always the anonymous ones!

lopi said...

The last nasty comment I got on my fashion blog was the most hillarious. I was home sick and wearing some kids' socks, gray with orange dinosaurs on them. My boyf had gotten them as present for me and I thought they looked funny and lifted up my spirits. "Anonymous" on the other hand, thought they were dispicably ugly and totally unacceptable. Oh, and that my boyfriend was an idiot for buying them.

Orange dinosaur socks are seriously provocative!

Caroline said...

I have not gotten a mean blog comment (yet), but my father in law did tell my husband that our marriage wouldn't last...so yeah. Negativity sucks...especially when you don't know anything about the person you're being negative towards.

EliseBlaha said...

Yes.
Turns out I, too, am obsessed with myself.
Nevermind that my personal blog is about...me.

I love what you write - and hope your marriage is forever.

vintageveggie said...

um for real. one girl told me i was dressed like a stripper!

sk said...

I came back from a business conference this past weekend and remembered someone saying this:

"things of significance will always have enemies. people just don't care about people who don't do anything"

I always enjoy reading your blog!

Suze said...

HAHA...I love this post...I'm glad you don't listen to the haters anymore! There are too many of us out here who love your blog to let it mean much.

KATLIN said...

I haven't gotten any yet, but I find that it happens to people who have really popular blogs... the haters just want to bring the awesome people down. Most of the time, as is your case, these bloggers are too awesome to give a f--k. :)

i.d. said...

If I post a comment, I make a concerted effort to say something nice. I feel like we have enough stress and negativity in our "real" lives, why let it spread to the blogosphere? It warms my heart to hear that there are a lot of you out there who feel the same!

And Jo - I can't believe that anyone would have a reason to say anything mean to you! xx

Jill said...

I got a "yawn" once...I don't want to be the Ambien of blogs.

citysage said...

I generally get only positive comments on my blog, but there have been a couple that made me go 'huh?'. I think it's lovely that on the smaller personal blogs, it's mostly just people building a community of support and encouragement together.

Though when my stuff's been posted on larger blogs (a recent apartment therapy DIY comes to mind) people get seriously snarky. it's almost as though when the blog gets really big, commenters feel that much more anonymous and vent their negative feelings just cause they can get away with it. I mean, really, would you ever walk into someone's house and tell them it looked like their mother's home circa 1970? Ouch!

That's not to say that I'm not all for constructive debate---but there's a world of difference between sharing diverse perspectives and just being catty...

So yay Tina, yay Jo, and yay for just being kind to one another!

Kelly Anne said...

Not on my blog, no, but I only get the most abstractly critical comments on my photos on Flickr. I'm generally too perplexed by them to be offended.

As a blogger, you are fully permitted to present your world through rose-colored glasses. I love it. Seeing how you, and some of the other fantastic ladies out there, see things makes me look at life in general with just a little bit more magic. So thank you.

Peggy said...

I come to your blog because you are chipper!... well, I would not have called it that... just so upbeat about life and your blog cheers me up!... your marriage will last forever!!... (I believe in the glass half full instead of half empty!) I don't blog because I am too sensitive and private!...

Monica said...

First off Jo, you and your blog are amazing. Your success is so inspiring! Keep it up!

Everyone has their opinions. That's why we blog right, more or less? But there is no reason for anyone to be rude or nasty when leaving a comment. Be polite. Or do not say anything, right? I think so anyway.

:)

Natalie* said...

yeah, sister.

i was thisclose to writing my own tina feyesque blog post (pre-speech), calling out all of the snarks, then i realized that ..... well... who the hell cares.

NO ONE i would ever want as a friend would EVER EVER EVER take the time to be cruel/vile/evil/condescending/rude/ugly on ANYONE's blog.

you don't want to peek into my life? dont.
no one (specially not me) is forcing you to read it.

i'm gonna keep on keeping on! and so should you!

hope to run into you (and your forever marriage... great engagement pix, bytheway)
in our city someday!

far out brussel sprout said...

I 'Heart' You - that is hilarious.

No negative comments for me yet, but I don't think you've made it in blog-land till you get at least one hater.

Jo you and your blog are the raddest in rad-land.

Corie said...

1) Tina Fey is amazing
2) When I was getting married I had a little blog that I wrote in for the 9 months prior to the wedding, and I can't begin to count the number of times someone had the gaul to write:
"Well, this is your first marriage. "

Which at first, upset me. But then I realized that They were unsuccessful in the love department. Which would be symapthy-worthy if it wasn't for their apparent jerkiness.

I think you're lovely. And you're marriage will last.

véronique said...

Actually I started my blog 2 months ago and readers prefer to e-mail me their occasional comments rather then printng them on the blog. it makes me mad because indifference is often worrier than bad comments :)

naomi megan. said...

she does rule.

and we've just now started experiencing the awful world of hate comments. and it's hard not to let them get you down... (or wonder, wait... could that really true?!}

but think of all the love you get here, joanna. you are surely loved. and you rule, too!

xo

Rob said...

Spot on, Joanna. This might be my new favorite acceptance speech, and Tina has the right attitude.

BTW, my old favorite, although a little less funny, was Steven Soderbergh's compact acceptance of best director for Traffic in 2001. He said:

“Rather than thank some of them publicly, I think I’m going to thank them all privately. I want to thank anyone who spends part of their day creating. I don’t care if it’s a book, a film, a painting, a dance, a piece of theater, a piece of music. Anybody who spends part of their day sharing their experience with us. I think the world would be unlivable without art.”

Generous and genuinely inspiring, even still.

etoilee8 said...

I haven't gotten any salty comments yet but I sort of look forward to them in a way. I get inspired in the weirdest way from ruffled feathers.

Though I did once get a nasty email from a specific reality tv show fashion designer who wasn't happy with the fact that I talked about her crappy customer service skills. Sorry, you've got my money and I've got my opinions

Nick Goddard said...

Oh my gosh they nailed it you are annoyingly chipper! I love it about you!

I ♥ NY said...

Tina Fey's speech was hysterical! As for cranky comments, none yet... but what's with the critics? The blog world should be hater free :) Anyway, like Tina Fey said... the critics can suck it! hehe

Lauren K said...

Amen!

Summer said...

Love your blog and love your "chipper"ness. Reading your blog is always a happy part of my day.

Pine & Lord said...

My mom is the only person who reads my blog on a regular basis, so I don't have this problem...

And I read this blog BECAUSE you're so chipper! It reminds me to stop being so cranky in the middle of my work day.

Chelsea-Ann said...

YOUR BLOG SUCKS!

No, Im just kidding. This is my first visit and I'm liking what I see so far. Good job. (Y)

I once got a comment on my old blog implying that I was a liar for having Corinne Leigh of Threadbanger follow blog. I didnt force her to click the 'follow this blog!' button. How is it my fault?

Sammi said...

I hate that!

If you don't like a blog, don't read it! Is it really that difficult?! Surely there isn't enough time in the day to waste on blogs you don't like?! Do some work, dammit!

potty mouth mama said...

Yep - for shizzle. I promptly deleted it.. And told them to email me for a special lucky door prize.. I always have nasty anonymous commenters.. Always anon. HA!

Mary Jo from TrustYourStyle said...

I do get the occasional sarcastic comment and love your instructions to anonymous--because it's always anonymous that has mean things to say. If only anonymous knew that as long as the person identifies themselves, I don't care what they say, I'll publish it. But thank you for writing about it--it can make you feel so crummy.

Ms Unreliable said...

You know you've made it when people are talking trash about you ;)

I'm not there yet, but I'm working on it :D

Lara said...

There is simply no excuse for anyone EVER to leave any sort of unpleasant comment on this blog, because it is lovely!! What is wrong with people?

Rachael, Pistachio Press said...

I've gotten a few that have been less than stellar. I've toyed with the idea of deleting them, but I kind of like leaving them up for others to read - to pity the person who took time out of her day to make a hurtful comment. Anonymous haters are quite cowardly.

The worst comment I've ever seen was when a friend posted about her depression following the death of her mother and a commenter told her to "get over it". This is one comment I would most certainly delete.

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i have never received a mean spirited or angry comment yet, but then again i haven't had my blog up for that long! i think it is one thing to say what you like and dislike, and perhaps that we don't agree on everything in decor and style lol BUT it is another thing to actually write comments that are mean, and personally offending to people. i don't think that that form of communication is constructive OR enjoyable to anyone! i have seen some mean comments on some blogs, and i am always amazed WHY people feel the need to be mean! after all to me it seems we are all here to share our musings and ideas, and make our days more creative, and create a new social network! my two bits! i think it's hilarious that someone actually told you, your marriage will last only years....wt....where did that come from?

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Rosella Eleanor LaFevre said...

Yes, I've gotten a few nasty comments on my blog. The first one read, "News flash: You are not Carrie Bradshaw." This anonymous comment was calling me out because (1) I like to write about my views on relationships, and (2) because I've mentioned in my blog on occasion that Sex and the City is a big inspiration to me.

I ended up writing a long post to the anonymous commenter, thanking him or her for the "News flash." One person responded to me saying that I should just ignore it, but I couldn't. So I wrote, thanking this anonymous person for being what Google Analytics would consider a reader. I also felt like I had to point out that this person either had to read my blog for a very long time in order to know what my inspirations were or had to recognize something Carrie-esque in my writing to point that out. Either way, I realized that this person was just a naysayer, someone who had probably never had the courage to put out into the world something creative that would inspire others.

Since then, I've received a few more ignorant comments from anonymous people and I've decided to just ignore it.

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Bea B said...

I just got my very first one then. Apparently I need to "get over myself". Ouch.

Thanks Joanna, this made me feel better! As my boyfriend says, "your favourite bloggers get mean comments too, it just means you've made it!" Ha.

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