disappointed

Should I feel flattered that my words have created that much impact on people..
Or should I feel disgusted that such a personal entry was copied and pasted into so many randoms’ blogs, as if those words were their own?

When you come up with such entries from the bottom of your heart, tearing as you recall certain memories that inspired the blog post… the last thing you’d expect is for people to rip the entry off your blog and pretend like they wrote it.

As a blogger, I’m used to people ripping off my images, quotes, writing style and basically anything you CAN rip off but ripping off someone’s entries about their personal lives is absurd and disrespectful.

Surely you have your own feelings?
Surely you need not exploit mine?
Surely you can find the decency in yourself to credit the blogger whose expression of thoughts you happen to admire?

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What is the point of a PERSONAL BLOG

If you’re not going to post about YOUR OWN feelings?

If the only way to express yourself is to rip off MY entries, why not just fucking create a blog with a huge banner that says on the front page:

****www.underage-girl.blogspot.com****

…..There done!!! :)

You have fully expressed yourself to your maximum potential!

Don’t even have to copy and paste a whole chunk man!

But why don’t these people do this? Because when the rip off entire entries to post on their blogs, they want other people to think that they wrote it, duh.

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That’s just one of the many prices you pay as a blogger. This has happened so many times before but it is only now I feel most affected because that was one of my most personal entries I’ve had in awhile.

It grosses me out even more when they use MY blog entries to send a “personal” message to someone they love, like dedicating it to their ex or something, or use it to describe their own lives. HOW PATHETIC?

Come up with your own poems and soppy love letters, at least TRY to express yourself in your own ways, you unimaginative unoriginal poorly expressive plagiarizing retards!

I know people quote me (or sometimes, copy paste whole post -_-) because I can express myself in ways that they can’t.

But people need to understand that these are MY personal entries, and no matter how much you can relate to it, it is NOT from your experiences, and no matter how much you wished you came up with the entry yourself, they are NOT your own words and definitely not from your heart.

What those posts stand for, my readers do not and will not understand and it baffles me how demeaning the situation is! How would you feel if someone stole your personal diary and republished it commercially as their own book?

I do not appreciate people plagiarizing my entries and making them impersonal.

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You, yes you, the people out there guilty of republishing my entries without permission, I hope you’re ashamed of yourself.

If you’ve credited me, thank you. If you tried to pass it off as your own, then


credit

You haven’t walked the rocky roads I tripped on, you haven’t cried the tears I shed, and you don’t deserve to say you have.

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Yes, imitation is the highest form of flattery but plagiarizing is still fucked up.

I will not be providing links or naming anyone.

People living in my shadow deserve no attention whatsoever from me, or anyone else. I can provide them a lot of embarrassment, that I’m sure, but I’m also sure that they’ll know who they are when they read this and feel ashamed of themselves.

And if people are really interested to see who and how they plagiarize my entries, JUST FUCKING GOOGLE MAN.

You’ll find over 20 blogs.

Unless all the retards have already read this and shit their pants and removed the entry.

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Wake up people, ripping off my entries will not make you a better blogger.

It only proves what a fail one you are.