Anonymous asked: When you follow someone who wasn't originally following you, what is generally the reason you follow a stranger?
Cue John McEnroe (he was before your time, kids). Is this Crazy Anon Day? I really hope that this isn’t the same person as the last crazy anon. I really have not gotten such off-the-wall questions since “What do you look like?” or “bobmamama bum bum bum bum lla sjsjssmsjejde,wk ?” Inquiries about my harem have been simply mystifying. Of course, let’s not forget the all-time classic, “How oldddz r u?”
I would say I follow tumblchums for the same reason that everyone else does, but now I worry everyone may be overthinking it. So the general reason I follow someone, who follows me or not, is probably because I think they most posted something interesting and I think they might do so again. And I figure if they don’t, I can unfollow later. What other reasons are there?
Let me just take this moment to say that I really do love questions. I’ve had this blog for almost a year and have gotten some really great questions during that period. Wonder of wonders, I’ve even had some very intelligent anonymous questions, prompting a tumblchum to remark: “You seem to have the most well read, intelligent anons.” I’m even a teensy bit vain and gratified by anonymous admiration.
But really. I’m not altogether sure why people ask intelligent questions anonymously, though I’m happy enough to answer. But who is ashamed to be asking about Chandler? I will answer (most) every question. I’ve given fair warning, however: I reserve the right to make fun of anonymous questions. So consider yourself warned, unless you’re a masochist or something.