Monday, September 27, 2010

Six months ago, we started this blog. It's time to celebrate!

Six months ago today, this thing appeared out of nowhere. While it was our first official post, it must be noted that this wandered its way onto the Internet a few days before. Little did we know that when we said "End Date: Nowhere in sight," that we actually meant it because lo and behold, one half of one year later, we find ourselves continuing to offer various ramblings and rants about everything from Wii parties to an "Arrested Development" movie.

Even more so, who would have thunk that in these short six months, this blog would have been viewed more than 8,000 times? Certainly not the two of us. Especially when we (or should I say, I) once offered this clunky, awkward no-knowledge take on Cannes fashion. Goodness, what was I thinking?

Remember the first Ride? How about the first Blogspot Banter? How about the profession of love for Harry Potter? It seems like forever ago, doesn't it?

But alas, here we are, still churning out posts about movies we haven't seen, and making new friends each and every day. Neither of us thought in our wildest dreams that any more than three people would have ever stumbled across this thing, and even more so, would have left a comment or two while they were at it.

So from the bottom of our bottomest hearts, on a day when we celebrate exactly six months of existence, this post is dedicated to nothing but a big, emotional, wet, thank you virtual kiss from us to you, the fantastically beautiful reader. Here's to six more months and 8,000 more page views. And here's to celebrating by rocking this appropriate jam...


  1. Soooo, after six months, readers want to know who "we" and "us" are.

  2. Oooohhh. That's a good question. I guess that was never address, huh? I must speak with the better half of this blog before answering. Stay tuned.

  3. It will be so anti-climactic though, haha.

  4. I agree with the above comment about introducing yourselves, or signing your posts! Knowing who's writing what would be nice.