Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Oh, dad...

I used to love having a blog. Until my family discovered it. I still blog a lot, but I filter what I post. Other times, there are things that are just too good to resist. Like the Diesel XXX party video, with all the Safe For Work porn. I posted it on my Spanish blog, and my dad saw it today. He e-mailed me saying, Sofi, I don't like the porn section on your blog. It serves no purpose.

First of all, I don't have a porn SECTION. It's just a post. Anyway, my dad saw it. He also doesn't like it when I talk about sex on my blog, which was only ONE time, and I didn't talk about having sex, but how I learned about sex when I was growing up.

The thing is, no matter how good my points are and how well I deliver them, if my dad thinks I'm wrong before hearing them, then I'm wrong and always will be.

Oh, well... Dinner tonight shall be very interesting.

8 comments:

Jeremy Feist said...

This is EXACTLY why I never bothered telling anyone in my family about my blog. Can you imagine what they would say if they knew I hung out with a gay porn star? Awkward. Oh well, I guess from now on you'll have to keep it G-Rated, huh? Poor you!

dylanj said...

yeah uh...i'm pretty sure you're grounded.

Rusty said...

One of several reasons why I don't blog under my baptized name. My sister is aware that I have a blog, but since she hates that her friends make her read their blogs, she's never looked for it.

I occasionally tell them if I have something published elsewhere on the internet, but not always.

Pants said...

My parents used to read my Dutch site all the time but find my English blog too much of an effort. Which works out fine for me, although I do try not to overshare. They are pretty cool (and realistic) about my personal adventures anyway. I once overheard my mum and a friend talking about me on the tennis court.

Mum's friend: "So how is your eldest, does she have a boyfriend yet?"

Mum: "Not really, just for sex sometimes...

WTF Mom!?!

Sofi said...

Pants, I LOVE your mom.

jamiepants said...

It's pretty awesome that my parents can barely work a computer. Not that they'd ever attempt to find out more about me than I'd be willing to tell them...

Lainey said...

Yeah, this is the ONE thing in my life I've managed to keep secret. One of my co-workers/friends knows I have a blog, but doesn't know the name or what's in it. She'd be mortified to know I wrote about her! Haha!

So, how'd that notatallawkward conversation with your dad go?

Sofi said...

I ran into him in the foyer and he said "hey, I didn't like the porn!" and I said, "c'mon, dad. Don't you have a sense of humor?" and I walked to my room and that was the end of it.