1. Make blogging more social network-y
Slightly surprisingly this blog has followers, and, in accordance with the rules of social networkiness, I've tracked them back to their blogs. This lead me to this post on Men to Avoid, which is uncomfortably familiar, especially number 4:
4) see's life as a Broadway musical (the guy who breaks out into song at any available moment, asks you to announce him before he enters rooms in a 'non mediocre' way; and thinks the best way to avoid an argument is to sing a ballad from the Pirates of Penzance). You will always be the supporting role in his life, or even an audience member with season tickets - not to mention the associated stress of attending to such a 'huge talent'.
Uh oh. Christal A aka verify.my.stamp is an Australian and as far as I know doesn't know me or any of my friends but that's worryingly spot on.
 This probably is called re-following or something. I may ask the 14 year olds I work with to explain it to me.