Tuesday, January 01, 2008

The Review of the Year In Review

Dear Internet,

I'll tell you all about the posh edibles with which I bid goodbye and (for the most part) good riddance to 2007 in another post. This post is dedicated to far more important bloggery milestones. I bring you my best blog posts of 2007.

Now, the trouble with this sort of thing is that the recent stuff (Oct.-Dec.) tends to be overrepresented, and the early stuff (Jan.-Mar.) is usually nowhere to be seen. So I will apply diligence here.

Greatest Long Term Benefit To Humanity
Typical Day
Foodiest Post with the BEST Title
The Society Page (Poppy pointed out, quite correctly, that I had originally mislinked this to a post from June, 2006. Oops.)
Please understand me
The Book Fair
Bitterest Rant
The Joys of Fatherhood
My favorite architectural pun
Tales from my past

There ya go.

Happy 2008!

-J.

Posted by Joke at 9:08 AM

6 Comments

  • Blogger Caro posted at 12:53 PM, January 01, 2008  
    The food post title was the best. I think I'll have to make those ribs.
  • Blogger Poppy Buxom posted at 3:16 PM, January 01, 2008  
    How squishy are we being with our definition of "2007"? I clicked on The Society Page (because I'm a big snob that way) and discovered that the comments were dated June, 2006.
  • Blogger Frogdancer posted at 3:54 PM, January 01, 2008  
    Great idea.
    The photo one was the one I liked the best. So much said... so few words....
    Thank you for taking the time to do this. It's been a very pleasant way to start the day. (Ahhh... the summer holidays. Now is when I realise my extreme wisdom in becoming a teacher....)
  • Blogger Joke posted at 5:26 PM, January 01, 2008  
    P.,

    Aw, fook. It wasn't so much squishy as it was carelessness.

    This is precisely why you are an invaluable pal.

    -J.
  • Blogger Kim posted at 7:32 PM, January 01, 2008  
    And I have just completed one of my new years resolutions. To discover what TFBIM stands for.

    This is a key indicator to how I can procrastinate out of something for quite a period of time.

    Like two years.

    Or so.
  • Blogger bluemountainsmary posted at 12:04 AM, January 02, 2008  
    J

    Happy New Year.

    Have just read and empathised in a motherly way with the fatherhood post. Off now to read foodiest post...
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