Well, it’s all over but the shouting. We had a lot of entries and many top contenders in the lead for most of the month of March, as fans left hilarious and insightful comments on blog posts old and new in Worleygig’s first ever Comment Contest, but there is certainly nothing shocking about the fact that our winner is Alice Cooper Fan Donna Shocka! Donna commented on the blog 30 times last month, beating out her closest competitor, Jim Ford, by 15 comments! Donna Shocka! Donna wins her choice of two T-shirts from The Neatoshop and the undying gratitude of The Worley Gig for all time! Congratulations Donna on your well-earned victory and thanks to everyone who participated!
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Worleygig.com Announces: The Comment Contest!
Attention fans and fiends, from today through the final day of March 2012, Worleygig.com will be having a contest where you can win fabulous prizes. To participate in the contest and be entered to win said fabulous prizes, all you have to do is leave a fun comment on any post you read on The Gig. Each comment counts as an entry and you can enter/comment as many times as you like! Fun! Here are the official rules:
1. Comments must be at least one sentence long (Single word comments such as “Nice!” will not qualify as an entry).
2. Only one qualifying comment per post, per commenter, will count as an entry.
3. Comments must be relevant to the post.
4. You must register as a commenter with a valid email address so that you can be contacted in the event that you win.
5. Winner will be chosen at random from qualified entries received.
6. Only Comments posted to the Actual Blog Page (Not FaceBook Fan Page) will count as an entry.
Prizes — your choice of one of the two T Shirts seen here — will be provided by The Neatoshop! Become my Fan on FaceBook for contest updates and to never miss your opportunity to comment and win! Ready? Go!
What Not to Leave as a Comment on My Myspace Page (A Brief Rant)
I’m a big fan and supporter of Myspace.com. I appreciate getting the love and props from all my friends of varying degrees just as much as anybody on one of these online networking sites. But let’s face cold hard facts: some things are just getting way out of hand around here and I know I’m not the only one who feels this way. Please, some consideration of the following guidelines is appreciated. When leaving comments on My Myspace Page, please do not leave any of the following:
1. “Thanks for the Add!” These four words get more annoying the more I see them. I enjoy seeing “Thanks for the Add” in my comments section about as much I like finding spam posts from “Texas Hold ‘Em” websites in my guestbook. When did people stop using their imaginations?
How much thought, creativity and caring does it take to write “Thanks for the Add!” in somebody’s comments section? Answer: Zero percent thought, creativity and caring goes into a comment of that caliber. When did it become cool to be dead from the neck up? “Thanks for the Add!” is the Myspace.com equivalent of writing “Have a Nice Summer!” in your best friend’s high school year book. You might as well just write, “I am a lazy retarded cow and I don’t care enough about you to say something meaningful /funny/ interesting/thought provoking here but I’m trying to get my name on enough random people’s pages so I can collect 15,000 friends!!” Jesus god, if you don’t know me well enough to write something personal about our relationship and you don’t have enough creative brain power to say something clever — or to make something up even — then I don’t want you on my page. Just go ahead and delete yourself right now. I mean, Friendster may totally suck now but at least people used to leave comments for me (they were called “testimonials” over there, actually) that were fucking hilarious and took more than two seconds to compose.
2. Flyers for your band, your new album/video, your club night, etc. Flyers will be left up for 24 hours as a courtesy and then deleted. Or maybe deleted immediately, depending on my mood.
3. Racist jokes or jpegs.
4. Anything sporting enough HTML and Flash bullshit to disable/crash the server of an entire Fortune 500 company.
Thank you, drive through.