08 March 2009

I Wrote This

I was minding my own blog the other day and ran across a woman posting an email. It was one of those viral emails she had copied to her blog and proceeded to take credit for writing. Sure it's funny but does this not make you nuts, people?

It must be really hard to type this: "

And this: "

In other news, I think you should read my new book, "Sense and Sensibility". I think I'm farging brilliant.

 ~Bee says donut be stealing words


14 comments:

amy turn sharp of doobleh-vay said...

teee heee- you should have posted it.

Millie said...

Sense and Sensibility is amazing. You have every right to be proud.

... Paige said...

omg; you wrote that? Amazing work. I can't wait to ready more like it, but next time can you, will you pretty, pretty please name at least one character Jane-I just love that name for a supporting lady.

Skerrib said...

People do that?? Write entire books, I mean? Good on ya!! I've only seen the movie but I thought it was great.

Zerilda The Superfluous Blogger said...

Didn't you also then do Pride and Prejudice? YOu write about old people, bee.

But I love what you wrote about Colin Firth. He was very cute in your book.

Lisa Wheeler Milton said...

I love your sass.

Heffalump said...

I'm sorry I haven't read your book, but I did see the movie! I thought it was great!

sarahgrace said...

Yes... and I invented the internet... so you should be thanking me. ;-)

R said...

You are farging brilliant. You even make your own words and I know what they mean.

Mrs4444 said...

Mind if I copy this for my blogging peeves post (Saturday, probably). I promise to give you credit, heehee.

Foo said...

Oh... farging.

I thought you said "forging". My bad. =)

Janie at Sounding Forth said...

You are too freakin' funny!

McBunni said...

Mullets mullets mullets!

Jaina said...

I find it rather annoying when people take credit for things they did not do. Seriously irks me.

Sense and Sensibility is wonderful, though Pride and Prejudice is my favorite. ;)

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