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Monday, June 2, 2008

Google Ads is My Mother in Disguise!!

I haven't posted for a few days, because truthfully, I have been in a fit of depression over the whole finding a job thing. So when I finally climbed out of the pit of despair today and checked my blog, I saw that Google Ads has a few "Stop Procrastinating" and "Need a cute Apron?"ads on my blog!! So, what are you sayin', Google? Are you questioning my housekeeping skills and priorities?

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What I want to know is when did Google Ads become my mother? It's one thing for your mom to give you advice and counsel and a motherly nudge in the right direction, but it's a completely different story to have some faceless ad repeat itself over and over on your blog, mocking you, chastising you, daring you to walk away from your computer and do something more productive with your time!

Frankly, I'm a little miffed over this! I mean, do I succumb to marketing tactics and let Google Ads win or do I play hard ball and prove that I am my own woman and will do what I want, when I want and how I want, thank you very much!

And another thing, Google! I don't appreciate your tone! I didn't ask you for advice and I don't think you know me well enough to be making judgements about how I spend my time! Who do you think you are, anyway? Look, it it weren't for me and this blog, no one would even see your ads, so now what! I don't need no stinkin' ad links! Yeah, I went there, I said it, 'cause that's how I roll! Ha, ha, ha....what? You have ads on other blog sites? You don't really care if I use your ads or not? You just wanted to remind me that I have other things to do besides hang out on the computer all day? Whatever. Guess I'll just go...do some dishes or vacuum or something. Stupid Google Ads.

****Edit: I noticed my Google Ads have changed...one is about bathrooms and the other keeps changing from "Sexy Singles" to "Spyware" stuff. Maybe Google Ads got the hint. Or maybe I finally got my dishes done and Google won and knows it won and is sitting there with a patronizing smirk on it's face, eating a cookie and drinking a mocha cappaccino.****

2 Comments:

Patricia said...

oh my hecktic,
You've lost it! hahaha
I know I that feels...

Melinda Zook said...

They do seem like big brother in a way...always watching, sending you little hidden messages : )

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