Monday, June 30, 2008

What the F*@&!

     What the f*@&!  Okay, we need to talk.   Something is terribly amiss here.  How could I not win the Chevrolet presents the First Annual Big Dave and Company Blog of the Year Award brought to you by Mountain Dew?  Honestly.  I have spent literally minutes of my life working on Big Dave and Company and crafting it into the well oiled hilarity machine that it is today.  I mean come on.  Nothing but greatness spews forth from your computer every time you log on, no matter the day or the time, and yet I couldn't even win the Chevrolet presents the First Annual Big Dave and Company Blog of the Year Award brought to you by Mountain Dew award!?  I mean it's my award for Christ's sake!  I WAS the possibly five-man Sherwin Williams Big Dave and Company Blog of the Year Search Committee.  I spent literally dozens of seconds sifting through over two blogs before I found Fake Interviews with Real Celebrities and awarded it the Chevrolet presents the First Annual Big Dave and Company Blog of the Year Award presented by Mountain Dew.  I mean, come on!  That has to count for something.  I mean, I have videos and lots of pictures and quotes sometimes, what more do you want?  Was it the celebrities?  Did the real celebrities tip the scales?  I have lots of real celebrities.  Doesn't anyone look at my Celebrity Endorsement section?  I FEEL LIKE I AM TAKING CRAZY PILLS!  Okay, okay.  Let's calm down and look at what Fake Interviews with Real Celebrities has that I apparently don't.  Let's see what they had that set the apart.

1.)  A sweet name.  It's true, I really dropped the ball when it came to the name of my blog.  Wendy Molyneux really hit one out of the proverbial park here, I certainly did not.  I am actually jealous of the sweet names of a lot of other blogs; I will have to admit.  So you win on this one.

2.)  Quality writing.  Ummm...yeah.  I am certainly lacking that.  I tend to write as I would speak, and I don't speak tremendously well.  I am from the Midwest.  I speak like I am from the Midwest.  I once told The Russian the I speak "Midwestern Mutt English" and that in no way, shape or form should she try to emulate my way of speaking.  But she did anyway.

3.)  Excessive creativity.  Yeah, the good people at Fake Interviews with Real Celebrities are far more creative than I will ever be.  All I do is take what's going on in my life and things I see on TV or the internet and comment on them in a unique way.  They actually come up with smart and original content.  So they are writers.  I am a commentator.  There is a difference, and we are both great in our own ways.  We are like apples and blueberries: filled with vitamins and delicious when turned into a dessert.

4.)  Lots of commentators.  Yeah, I have nothing.  I love my small and dedicated group of commentators to death, but I would LOVE to see the amount of comments go over 10 on at least one of my posts.  Even Peg-a-Saurus Rex and the Stuffed Beaver couldn't get over 10.

5.)  Blogger Blog of Note recognition.  Fake Interviews with Real Celebrities was recently featured in Blogger's Blogs of Note section.  I am not sure how one goes about this but I really need to do that.  I think that this is where they beat me.  Because I have never been of note and they are.  See the Blogs of Note section is just a stepping stone to far more intense experiences like the Chevrolet presents the First Annual Big Dave and Company Blog of the Year Award brought to you by Mountain Dew.

Okay, so I guess I don't mind so much anymore.  Seriously though, go check out Fake Interviews with Real Celebrities.  It's is hilarious and entertaining and it is fully endorsed by Big Dave and Company.  It really is creative and hilarious.  There are tons of cool posts and some cool recurring ideas.  Nothing like my adventures with the BVM's but good stuff nonetheless.  I highly recommend it.  So once again...

So congratulations to Fake Interviews with Real Celebrities, winner of the 2008 Chevrolet presents the First Annual Big Dave and Company Blog of the Year Award brought to you by Mountain Dew.

5 comments:

david nathaniel said...

I am shocked to say the least that you didnt win your own award. that's almost as bad as a sunday hangover when you didnt drink. well maybe next year you'll win. till then keep your chin up.

KingBobb said...

Yeah, keep your stick on the ice, we're all pulling for ya

Roxy said...

I was pulling for you, Dave..oh well, maybe next year!

WM said...

I would like to donate this award to the children.

Which children?

Oh, um, I don't know, just some children.

STOP ASKING ME SO MANY QUESTIONS

SandRiverGuy said...

i like mountain dew and if it was up to meyou would of won your own award and im real sorry. but not sorry enuf to trade in my chevy and mountain dew for a 97 saturn and a diet coke. HOW DARE YOU!!! yea i know