This morning I was a very happy person. I saw that my Facebook page has hit 50 Likes.
I know, I know, peanuts number. I think most people will usually start taking note at 100, and start celebrating at 1000, and really start celebrating at 10 000. But 50 looks like a decent number to me, and it has been a slow crawl, so it felt like a mini milestone to me. I don’t care, I’m going to give it a good mention anyway.
And then my day seemed to get better when I got home from work. A quick check on my email yielded this:
A pingback? That sounds like wonderful news! You see, pingback is a feature that I think only WordPress has. It is a notification that someone somewhere wrote a blog post and linked one of my pages in that post. This is usually good news. It means someone thought my blog has been informative/interesting and wanted to share it on their site.
I have gotten a few friendly link backs from fellow bloggers who are using Blogspot so far (that I am aware of), this is actually the first time I receive a pingback notification. Some WordPress user has linked me too. I’m excited to see who that nice person is.
And then upon a closer inspection, I realized which page was being pinged. Silicone Sex Doll… Oh man, of all my blog posts… I have a not so good feeling about this.. Better find out what website linked me..
As suspected.. I am speechless.. And this is not even a spam pingback. The blog that linked me is apparently a legit one.. Why do you think I know? What do you expect me to do when I see a pingback? Not click on the link?
You know what my feeling is right now? 哭笑不得 (Cannot laugh or cry).
I’m not sure if I want to delete that pingback from my comments section. I mean, I did get like, 60 additional page views to that page in 6 hours since that link back happened. I should be grateful, right?
Well, I think I’ll just leave that pingback as it is in the comments section of that post for a couple of days. Should you be interested to check out a real sex doll addict’s blog, you know where to click. Just don’t tell me if you do. You’ll have until tomorrow at least..