Asked by today-isawindingroad
Asked by Anonymous
All of these compliments can be for a cute baseball player. Now, if you want one about a cute baseball player, well, then you’ll just have to wait and see. *^)
Asked by maerozz92
I will try to make this as simple as I can. This blog basically evolved from outrageous birthday posts on Facebook to what you see today. Because simply writing “Happy Birthday” was boring and everybody does that. So I decided to write these ridiculously long-winded birthday messages to my friends. (Like the white tiger one I wrote on here a couple days ago). After getting somewhat notorious for them, I decided to create this blog, to see if other people would like these odd situations/compliments, as well. Turns out they do. Much more than I thought they would. And thank you. I seriously love that you guys enjoy these.
Asked by myopic-magpie
I know my robot dancing skills are very convincing, but I am human. So of course I have bad days. Everybody does. Isn’t that why we all have Tumblr?
Asked by omg-carrie
Great question. I take topic suggestions (mostly on Twitter), and then come up with the compliment myself, based on that suggestion. For instance, one of my followers suggested “something about penguins.” And thus, Friday’s compliment was written. Same with the Doctor Who compliment. If there’s no suggestion, I’ll just think of something.
Asked by fighting-a-losing-battle
I did not know that. Pretty much the only thing I know about Iceland is that their junior hockey team lost to the Mighty Ducks (Team USA) in the final of the Junior Goodwill Games. And do I like kittens? C’mon, I’m on Tumblr. What do you think?
P.S. I will totally marry you, but I want you to know that I have several Tumblr wives. As long as you’re cool with that, then we can tie this cyber knot right now.
Asked by wreathoflaurels
Coconuts are all too real, my dear friend. One time, I kicked a coconut into a bush. That’s the end of the story, but, like coconuts, it is real. Anyways, no, there has not been a coconut themed compliment. Not yet, at least…(Oh, cliffhanger ending!)