Top Weird Comments I’ve gotten on my blog!

By | October 18, 2011

As a blogger and also as a freak magnet I got MANY weird comments. Some are funny, others are rude. I am sorry I used to delete the very early rude comments from my blog or I would have shared them. Yet I still delete the X-Rated comments and would never show those. Below is a collection of some of my favorite weird comments. Enjoy 😀

From the post “Do you think this look is pretty?” Where I drew a mock up of girl with scary tattooed eye brows, I got this hilarious comment! Its my ever favorite comments!

O in remembrance of the above comment, when I posted yesterday about the “Habba Alert: 7ejab Bu Tafkha Version 2″ with a drawing, I got this hilarious comment. It made my day wallah, looool 😀

 This is my 2nd favorite comment because it was my first rude comment as a blogger from 2009 😀 I look at it fondly now and remember it with a smile 😀 Its from the Trader Vic’s post, remember when it was opened? Well I went there, had a horrible experience and said it was too tacky! Ma 3jabha el 7achi el ekht…

When I announced that my perfume combination won on 52 degrees Perfume Competition, someone wasn’t very happy and didn’t think I should be either!

When I announced Prime & Toast and Pizzetta’s Gluten Free menu, which was something I was campaigning for, I got this comment. I have nothing but pity for her mentality.

I also clearly remember this one from the Fatburger… Never Again post. I tried their veggie burger and it was HORRIBLE! Sorry fat burger but it was. Again I got a disgruntled comment.

This one was from the Blogging Dilemma post and is also memorable because it came out of the blue. It was followed by more and more comments.

Not to forget this comment I got when I first started writing Dathra. It was on a post called “Lost in Translation: Badliya or a new word“.

On my “Big Blogging Rant” when I complained that the fuss regarding bloggers had gone out of hand and that someone had insulted me by trying to dictate what I should write, I got this angry stalkerish comment.

La o she had supporters too!

Since I am a horrible dishonest hypocrite, why on earth do you come back to my blog o la follow me on twitter b3d? Weird people. Anyways moving on…

When I welcomed Prime & Toast as a blog sponsor, this girl was furious.

Naturally I tweeted about the comment, I am allowed to complain aren’t I? So she retaliates again.

Clearly an obsessed stalker w3liya. Only she doesn’t have the courage to actually confront me on twitter. Coward. Moving on…

In my “Habba Alert: Men Wearing Bow Ties” post, someone who disagreed with me told me so, BUT, he ridiculed my opinion by making a reference to my liking of coffee flavored frozen yogurt. Shako? Madry wallah 3elmi 3elmkom!

Moving on, from the “10 Things That Never Go Out of Style in Q8” I talked about not liking the smell and result of 7enna. Clearly I offended 7enna lovers in Kuwait. Apparently if I say I don’t like it it means I am trashing it!


I
 do have much more but I will have to dig deeper. I also have the crazy tweets I get on Twitter. Will make a 2nd post soon 😀


22 Responses to “Top Weird Comments I’ve gotten on my blog!”

  1. Elegant Chic says:

    Looooooooooooooooooooooooooool 😆
    Get a LIFE stalkers! :)

  2. Hafsa says:

    One word…ignoreeee…:D
    Some people have the time to read blogs just to write criticism or vent out their hatred…(others (like me;)) read blogs cuz we enjoy reading them and love you :D…

    • danderma says:

      Ana ytha7koone! Awal shay kint a7tar, b3dain kint a3a9eb. Now ta3awadt o I just laugh! Its like a favorite topic with bloggers: the crazier comments we get the more fun we make of them 😉
      Aww thank you hon :*

  3. b says:

    hmm well, its their opinion why are you so mad! that’s how they precieved you, you can reply to them and explain urself if you find their opinions unjustified, if u want to 6ab3an! relax :) its ur blog do whatever u want with it o min 7aghom egolon rayhom

    • danderma says:

      6b3an min 7aghom ygolon rayhom. Lakin ib adab o e7teram. a3teqed you can see that some of these comments are very rude. 7oryat el nass togaf laman etmess baje el nass. Ako shay ismah line, o shay ismah 3aib, o shay ismah akhlaq :)

      Besides not all comments are bad. Some are quite funny actually :)

  4. Caesar says:

    hhheeheh, nice post- places a whole different perspective on a bloggers visitors! In the end, we all have to accept- Opinions are like iPhones, everyone’s got one!

  5. fatsamurai says:

    To be fair to Bafak his comment came across as humour, I don’t think he was ridiculing you

    • danderma says:

      The problem with the internet you would never know if someone said something is it a joke or for real :)

  6. NO.22 says:

    That was a fun read. Just let the comments roll off your back I say.

  7. Nezar says:

    ما عليه… هاي ضريبة الشهره
    :)

    the most important thing is that ur cool about it and handling the issue very well…keep on going :)

    One more thing, don’t u think that all of these comments are good material for a new book?? Something to think about… :)

  8. sia says:

    Assalamu ‘alaykum,

    wow.. seriously? Haters are gonna hate!

    Btw I live in soCal (LA) and I LOVE reading your blog! Haha I read it almost everyday actually. Can’t wait to buy your book (:

    • danderma says:

      wa 3laikom el salam. Its great to know that readers from outside of Kuwait are following my blog! Welcome 😀 Btw its available in amazon 😉

  9. Nunu-San says:

    You should be proud of yourself since you have too many haters 😉
    This means you’re a success .. Keep up the good work (^.^)

  10. Shayma says:

    I am not surprised dear; we live in a society where majorities don’t respect others opinions. I disagree with some of the comments above where they have mentioned to respect such peoples opinions and they ate free to express it.
    Yes they can share opnions, agree; disagree and/or give constructive feedback.
    What I don’t understand; why not to be proud of a Kuwaiti woman who achieved her goal by having her book in amazon.
    Now wether it’s selling or not; was it a success or failure; that matters.
    I don’t believe that those people worth anyone’s attention.
    And yes; if they hate this blog; don’t read it.
    All the best for you danderma.

    • danderma says:

      I don’t agree either. Freedom of speech does not mean you have to insult people with rudeness. There are boundaries.
      Thank you Shayma, you are so kind :*

  11. Farah says:

    Ambaaaaaaaaaay clearly ib yenba6on Minch w ib my humble opinion hathoola nas u know them in person w lady relatives… Sorry bs mat5ayal a7ad may3arif sha59 w ye6ob chethy … Embayen el 7gd wel 7asad

    • danderma says:

      Mo shar6… many I could trace back to who they really are and I’ve never heard of them in my life. People have a lot of anger and they think blogs are the most appropriate outlet for their anger. Msakeen.