Steal this post

Since plagiarism in the ‘sphere (douche alert!) is spreading faster than Madonna’s legs (early 90s pop culture reference alert!) I thought that I would do my part to help…

The plagiarizers.

What?

It can’t be easy to be a plagiarizer.   You have to be lacking in anything resembling a unique thought in your head, and have to be so bereft of common sense that you do something with absolutely no benefit that you are certain to be caught doing.

*golf clap*

So, my plagiariffic little friends, I’ve created a blog post that you can easily steal and customize to suit your own inexplicable needs.

You’re welcome.

—–

The sun/moon looked more beautiful than ever, as I slowly walked down the street/beach/outer ring of the International Space Station.

It made me feel proud to be an American/Martha Stewart’s dog/a Hasidic Jew.

It had been months since I’d been dumped by D/T/Q/R/$/Whitney Port.  I was doing better.  I was!  Even as my lips said those words, my heart/soul/left nipple knew better.  (My right nipple was still in the dark.)

A breeze blew up and I fixed my blonde flowing locks/red curls/fez.  He/she used to do that for me.  But that was a long time ago.

“Romeo and Juliet” by Dire Straits/The Killers played loudly/softly/kind of, you know, in between on my ipod/walkman/the voices in my head.

I missed his/her touch/caress/massive erection.

I kept walking.

I kept missing.

I knew that I would never act on it/an episode of “The Big Bang theory.”

And that was OK.

I headed home with an overwhelming feeling that I would meet someone else/realization that I had done the right thing/the trots.

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  1. jamelah says:

    Someone stole a couple of my posts once, and the thing that annoyed me most was that the person didn’t steal any of my good posts.

  2. thanks peter! i was totally clueless on what to post this week :)

    in all seriousness tho, i really couldn’t believe that whole missmusings buzz on twitter yesterday. pretty ridiculous.

  3. So it happened to you too, huh?

    Lovely isn’t it.

  4. Pink's Pal says:

    I didn’t even read past the first few sentences because I was reminded of a time (20 + years ago) when Pinknest used to say “The word of the day is legs…spread the word.” It was very 90s as well and something I thought I’d share with you.

  5. That happened to me twice. Argh. These people have no thoughts and personality, mine even used my picture and claim it as herself. Yikes.

  6. Matt says:

    This post is almost like those create your own adventure books.

  7. Monica says:

    Hilarious… post that will show them!

  8. Amanda says:

    Despite your generosity, I can’t plagiarize this, because I don’t know what “the trots” is.

  9. H says:

    Haha! Thanks this will be really helpful when I have nothing to post!

  10. SarahBeth says:

    Gosh I am hearing more and more about people plagiarizing other blogs lately. Too creepy!

    (I just CTRL C’d your post for future use).

    ;-)

  11. Mel says:

    I didn’t have any material for this week… I guess I can post one this week. :) Thanks Peter!

    P.S. Poor @brandyismagic…. she doesn’t really love you!

  12. lily says:

    hope your right nipple has figured things out by now

  1. May 3, 2009

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