Welcome To D.C: We Promise Not To BiteSo DC Bachelor decided to do a little write up on us. Thanks for the shout-out, Mr. Bachelor, I think. "Woop-de-freakin-do" says the typical DC blogger, "yet another blog to enter the DC social scene." Ooooh...who are these new kids on the block?
Thus says another random DC blogger, "Oh, they're just another mainstream blog that talks about celebrities and everything else that everyone else talks about." Oh, we'll see about that!
I've been watching our little site grow over the past couple months, along with reading all the other DC bloggers rant about the life and trials of living in DC.
I actually enjoy reading what everyone else has to say, and you know you do too, admit it. That's what these blogs are for, right? Blogging is turning into something like a Crackberry...err, I mean Blackberry addiction, we just can't get away.
The DC Bachelor blogs about the 9 Rules of Dating...or was that just a subtle way of saying he is trying to get laid? (wink, wink) Circle V entertains us with her humourous tales of her interesting life. Girl in DC and Up All Night Jane take us through their stories on dating and flirting in the city. CPMC is like our student government - the nice, classy guys who support all the other fellow bloggers. And of course, there's the alma mater, Washington Socialites, who everyone wants to be. It's all kind of like high school. WS being the prom queen and the rest to follow along.
Where do the butterflies come into the mix? I'm not so sure yet. But I know there is a place for us out there in the DC blogosphere. In fact, there is a place for us all, and that's what makes blogging, especially in DC, so popular that we will postpone work duties just to get our two cents in and let the rest of the D.C. blogosphere know where the butterflies stand.
It's a fine mixture of blogs we have going on here ~ and we're damn proud to be a part of it.
*Welcoming all blogs to our site, send us your link so we can check you out! Don't worry, this city can always handle more
(This was published by both butterflies...)