Comment Luv blows. Also, grade 4 math. Also, butting heads with The One I Butt Heads With over Grade 4 math. Try to keep up people. So, a bunch of new visitors for Wordless Wednesday commented on older posts…with that annoyed, WTF kinda attitude we all get when we hit a WW link only to discover it is NOT a WW post….you either don’t play at all, or have the decency to just fess up like The Mombshelter, & tell us you babbled on incessantly, but did include a shot of some really fabulous shoes that needed to be shared with the world….plus, she’s allowed, she lives here. So I realize, frik, that they’re clicking on my Comment Luv link, which, as we all know, never frikkin’ leaves the post you just posted, & sometimes not even the one you posted before the one you just posted. Try to keep up people. But ya know, if you’re not gonna click my Mayoral image, & you’re not gonna click my WW link, & you decide to click the Comment Luv on your own blog that utilizes Comment Luv, then shouldn’t you have enough brains to know that you’re not always getting the most recent post??!!

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