14 July 2007

Awards

Borrowing an idea from Ms Mutterings and Meanderings, I have decided to institute a new blogging award:-
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When listed you are entitled to copy the logo above and paste it into your own blog. The font is obviously "Simpsons" as the exclusive Society of Mature Bloggers is led by our noble President Sir Homer Simpson. The first six recipients of this award go to bloggers who have blogged with mature dignity, saying wise and mature things. Such bloggers drink in moderation, pray each night and begin every other sentence with either "When I was young..." or "In my day..."

1. Mr Arctic Fox - in spite of his weird ideas about paragraphing.
2. Mr Arthur Clewley - in spite of the fact he keeps going into a coma and failing to blog.
3. Mrs Friday-Web - in spite of her vindictive attitude towards The Thing.
4. Ms Ali Cobblers (Griselda) - in spite of her kindness towards down and out Scots in London.
5. Mrs Muddy Boots - in spite of her lucrative ice cream empire.
6. Ms Mopsa (definitely female) - in spite of her rural and inbred Devonshire habitat.

Any other bloggers who feel that they deserve the "Mature Blogger" award must send me money or grovel.

Sir Homer Simpson - President of Mature Bloggers.

17 comments:

  1. LOL, as these Internet type say!

    You could've had a Rockin' Blogger award but I feared a big tough Yorkshireman like you wouldn't exactly be enamoured by the pinkness of it ...

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  2. Do I get a citation for being an Immature Blogger? I think that deserves a wee banner.

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  3. LOL as well, just the ticket for a damp summer!! why mature? it sounds a bit like an old cheese, are you trying to tell us all something?

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  4. Glad you didn't include me, YP. I don't do mature and wise any more. ;)

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  5. So that's where the old man is!
    Very amusing and really can't see you in pink.

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  6. Mopsa is probably NOT a lady, but she is definitely all woman....and therefore not a Mr. I am suitably chuffed, but also sad that I am clearly no longer a sweet young thing. But I always love a prize!

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  7. Oops - forgot to say I would like to have a peek at the other ancient blogs - any chance of turning your pretty rainbow colours into links?

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  8. Oh no....first I find out my blog is suitable for 12 year olds to read , and now I find out I am mature. Thank god I have my younger man to cheer me up!

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  9. Thank you YP for resurrecting my natural gender. I have a wee gifty for you too....wait a while

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  10. Or how about 'yorkshire blogger', cos I was born in Wickersley, so technically I could win one of those...?

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  11. I'm not mature. I'm old but not mature (blogging wise that is)Nor am I very imaginative. I think about being interesting.. but then I just turn out plain old me.

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  12. Just to get my own back, you have been awarded a Schmoozer - go and check it out and plan your next move at:
    mopsa.blogspot.com/2007/07/reading-meter.html

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  13. I love it but scarecly qualify as I am 18 till I die... :-)

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  14. well, this has given me a new lease of life, a definite spring to my chicken. LOL!

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  15. Well, shoot! I love to get blogger awards. But I don't qualify. I'm old but mature never did catch up.

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  16. I am welling up mate....

    I've come over all "Halle Berry"!!

    Firstly, I'd like to thank....

    Ah, bollocks to the lot of 'em!! They'd be nothing without me.... nothing!!

    FoX

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  17. heck, I never win anything. I don't know what to say, well, I suppose 'thank you very much' sums it up really. I'm chuffed to receive this inaugral award and will pop round the the antiques shop later to see if it's worth anything, over and above it's sentimental value of course, just for the insurance you understand...

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