Use Me and Abuse Me Day – Rolling into Roctober

Fog in the Boulder Valley and snow-capped mountains. It must be October!

Do you know what time it is? It’s another Use Me and Abuse Me Day! Yep. It’s that special day when you can use my blog by abusing my comment section to meet some new writers. It’s a virtual blog party!

Go through your posts and pick one you think the guests might enjoy. Paste ONE link (URL), in my comment section. Feel free to include a short “hook” to entice other partiers to come to your place (blog).

That’s when the party begins. As others post their links, mingle with the guests and check them out. Click on their links. Say hello! Introduce yourself. Tell them Susie sent you.

This is a great opportunity to make some new friends and follow a few new blogs. Hey! Maybe they’ll follow you back!

This is my way of thanking all of you Wild Riders for coming by and reading. Because you are the best, I have spared no expense. I set up the bar, the never-ending fresh appetizers, the deluxe coffee maker and delectable desserts. Everything is calorie-free and on the house!

All I ask that you consider following my blog.

Remember that no one with any sense comes to a party, fills a huge doggy bag and leaves. If you leave a link, click on a couple before you go.

Rock out to this fantastic dancing video to get you in the mood!

Somebody teach me how to do the splits like those guys. Ouch!

Have fun and remember to dance!

Spread the word on Facebook and Twitter. The more the merrier!

207 thoughts on “Use Me and Abuse Me Day – Rolling into Roctober

  1. Hi Susie, Ain’t being around much of late. Just to busy with other worldly things. Though I do read occasionally, there is no time to comment. Great posting and opportunity.

    Here is my hook; “It has been said that thoughts of death lead necessarily to the development of religion. It is difficult to imagine what need there would be for religion in a world in which no one ever died or became ill. All religions attempt to give answers to basic questions: From where did the world come? What is the meaning of human life? Why do people die and what happens afterwards? Why is there evil? How should people behave? In the distant past these questions were answered in terms of mythology. Much of literature deals with them. Modern sciences try to investigate them.”

    And the link; http://zr6ajf.wordpress.com/2011/12/04/religion/

    Psst: My next post will be about helium, when it happens.

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  2. Susie
    Thanks for stopping by my blog recently. This is a great little idea you’ve got going here. Thanks for letting me post a link to one of my favs:)
    My blog is almost entirely about showing off what a great little country I’m from (Ireland) so I’m gonna post something that will show your readers why. Take a look at some of the scenery on offer if you go Round Tower hunting in Ireland…. http://gotireland.com/2012/09/04/round-towers-the-medieval-mysterious-marvels-of-ireland/
    Looking forward to checking out some of the other comments/blogs.

    Liam

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