Awards & Such

Dear Joe,

It has been a while since I have stopped responding to and accepting blog-awards. It is always nice to be nominated, feels good. Thank you for the nomination. Truly! Since one of the things about this awards is that we get to know the blogger well, here are a few posts that may give you an insight of your nominee. A few tags I completed a long while ago, here, here, here, and here. There’s of course much more, but that may need sifting through 900-odd posts. This isn’t me being arrogant; contrary, in fact. Perhaps you may feel the same, after you have blogged for over a decade. Perhaps, this helps all new visitors to this blog.

Street Deco
Thank you, once again.

Oh, BTW, the weirdest food I ever ate was crocodile.


10 thoughts on “Awards & Such

  1. I no longer post awards, although I am grateful for the nomination. Strangely enough, I actually invented a blog award when I couldn’t think of anything to write. I didn’t invent it alone. I put the idea out there and let other bloggers vote on the name and the rules. We came up with . It was all very democratic. However, I don’t think anyone has actually used it. Which is probably a good thing. Democratically created by bloggers and democratically ignored. I like that ;]

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  2. Now I’m thinking… In order to accept a nomination, you have to follow the rules.
    I just accept the award, hang it on my wall and break all the rules. Is that a bad thing? A prize shouldn’t come with a price!! ๐Ÿ™‚

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