Someone convinced The Girlfriend that she should start blogging. I sure didn’t do it, a friend of hers did.
It probably is a good idea, for me it’s an excellent way to get stuff off my mind, and maybe she needs that, too, from time to time. But I’m sure as hell ain’t gonna read it! I just don’t dare. It’s quite the paradox, really, I’m maintaining my own rather personal blog, I do write about The Girlfriend from time to time - although I’ve kept it very anonymous so far because that’s what she wanted. I’m not afraid she’ll reveal any of my most secret secrets to the world, I just don’t want to read what she writes.
It’s not that I don’t want her to write about me, she can write what she desires, I’m pretty sure she is capable of filtering out what should be written or not. I’m writing about other people myself, it could be that they really don’t like that I’m doing just that. If that the case for any of you, let me know and you’re outta here, no questions asked. I can’t guarantee that I’ll remove every reference in the archives, though, because it’s grown rather large, but I’ll keep you out of any future entries.
Actually, this article should keep anyone from publishing anything personal on the internet. I almost got into trouble at a job interview once because of this site. I was able to talk my way out of it, more or less. Didn’t get the job, though, but I don’t think it was because of www.vegard.net.
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