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News, but not the serious kind
Blog Guy, I’ve been reading your stories about Britain’s Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and their visit to Canada. With her incredible fashion sense, I’m guessing she must really be dazzling those Canadians.
You mean like they wear fashions from the year 2000?
No, the turn-of-the-century before that. Like in this photo above, where you can see William and Catherine walking among average Canadians festooned in their finery.
Holy crap! Are you kidding me? What is Canada, just a great big Seurat painting?
Blog Guy, I need your advice on my dating life. I’ve tried everything, but can’t seem to get guys to notice me.
Smoking? Gosh, so many people do that, nobody would even care if I did it.
No, not smoking. Have you tried jamming the tobacco right up your nose? That’s a very chic, very sophisticated look.
Blog Guy, I have a complaint. Kate Middleton has been in Canada for several days now and you’ve written nothing about it, even though some of your readers are seriously addicted to her.
June was a very good month for the blog. Our traffic statistics showed that readers flocked to information they could use, along with our hard-hitting exposés of, you know, stuff.
Sometimes I despair for us all. And it turns out those are actually my giddy moments.
An item in the “New York Times” informs us that among the names that have gained the most in popularity in America over the last six years are Jayden, Landon, Addison, Khloe and several others.
Blog Guy, I’ve just graduated from college, and I would like some of your famous career advice. Can you help me?
If it doesn’t take too long. What are you looking for?
I used to pride myself on having the goofiest content on reuters.com, but then this week I took a look at our space news, and saw what real scientists are telling us.
For instance, did you know astronauts had to take refuge aboard the International Space Station’s “lifeboat” crafts yesterday? The Russian space agency said “space trash” was passing very close to the station.