The word ‘madness’ is also found in Blogging as well. Sooner than we all thought, we are almost in 10 days into the month January and in no time January will be over but I guess the madness will continue.

Let us have a look at the madness that transpired between Little Johnny and an interviewer as his quest of getting a new job in 2014 is still on.

Little Johnny VS Interviewer!

Interviewer: There are 500 bricks on a plane. You drop one outside. How many are left?

Little Johnny: That’s easy, 499

Interviewer: What are the three steps to put an elephant into a fridge?

Little Johnny: -Open the fridge.
-Put the elephant in.
-Close the fridge.

Interviewer: What are the four steps to put a deer into the fridge?

Little  Johnny:- Open the fridge.
-Take the elephant out.
-Put the deer in.
-Close the fridge.

Interviewer: It’s lion’s birthday, all the animals are there except one, why?

Little Johnny: Because the deer is in the fridge.

Interviewer: How does an old woman cross a swamp filled with crocodiles?

Little Johnny: She just crosses it because the crocodiles are at the lion’s birthday.

Interviewer: Last question. In the end the old lady still died.

Little Johnny: Err….I guess she drowned?

Interviewer: No! She was hit by the brick.

Interviewer: Little Johnny, please, You may leave now!

Hahaha! So there is some sort of madness in the interview room  as well. At least Little Johnny somehow proved it. So what are some of the madness in the Blogging arena?

And I guess there are numerous of them. How on earth will this happen? Will what happen? I think that is the question you will be asking yourself.

Let me stop holding you in suspense and move straight to the point. The first madness that comes in mind blogging is this;

A newbie blogger with just a 2 day old blog telling the world how to make $1000 with Adsense whiles he is yet to make a penny.

Is that not insanity? That is of course madness!

- Another interesting madness cutting across the blogosphere is a blogger telling you not to do this or that but you evidently finds him doing the exact opposite.

One clear scenario are bloggers who are in way or the other be lambasting the use of pop ups but at the end, end up coming up with those annoying email subscription buttons and Facebook like widgets.

Don’t just be a preacher but be the doer as well.

Your Turn

I know this is likely to be my shortest post but what matters most is what great people like you makes of this post? Your thoughts are very well welcomed. What in your own opinion are some of the madness in this blogosphere?