And so it seems that after a year of sweating it out over this site – ie I literally just sweat in Phuket’s humid climate and did nothing to build the website – it actually has some kind of cash-value.
Cold Hard Cash
That is, according to this other site I just found out about. At the time of writing, siteprice.org estimates the value of crankycarrot.wordpress.blahblahblah at a value of $67. I assume that refers to US dollars, which means it’s worth even more in the Carrot’s native Aussie bucks.
So where do I cash in?
67 USD would be enough to buy me a 30 day visa extension and have 500 Baht left over for a sweet dinner for two at Pizza Company. Aroy, aroy!!
Hey random strangers,
I’m still alive.
As you can see from the density of my posts, blogging is highly unprofitable and barely rewarding distraction from everything else in life.
Here’s my interpretation of what it is to “lose face,” in Asian countries:
And now — if you’ll excuse me — I’d like to get back to this:
Attention all spammers!
Mr Carrot is now approving all generic, vaguely literate comments which are clearly just vague spammy kinds of things masquerading as compliments. Keep ’em coming fellas!
Hell, maybe I’ll even reply to a few. At least those bots took the time to write to poor, lonely Cranky. Sure it was only an automated, fragment of a nanosecond, but that’s more than the rest of you goddamned loafers.
I like how he “actually enjoyed reading it.” High praise indeed
Exactly how much time do you spend trawling the net for Ladyboy info?
There sure is …pervert
This was a comment that, I would just like to say, is a most definitely commenting about something truly comment-worthy. May I suggest you make another comment some time, commenting on the comment-worthy nature of commentary?
I think Cheap Thailand Hotels have hired the same social media people as Pattaya Boat and Ferry Service
If cats got hangovers, they’d probably look like this
Me Tarzan, you Jane… Wait, I think you Tarzan also
So you’re supposed to wear all white clothing during the vegetarian festival, like the good people in the picture above. Unfortunately the only white t-shirt in my cupboard looked like this…
The Meat Man Shirt
…which obviously might not be considered the most appropriate attire during a festival dedicated to purity through vegetarianism. At the very least it would just be confusing, so I forked out three bucks and bought a white singlet instead.
Wearing white seems like a bad idea when you’re going to be ramming sharpened spears and such through your face. Hell, I avoid wearing it when I’m about to chow down on spaghetti bolognese — you just know it’s going to get messy.
The over-sized novelty chopsticks were quickly recalled from the market