It’s always nice to show various monster-avatars. First off, the Green Pingback Monster!
I think that the hair represents a shrunken head, but it is also a bat. I’m not sure how this applies to pingback.
Next, commentus nonsensicus. Usually characterized with comments that do not make much sense, such as: ” I don’t think this blog is wild and weird. I think it is cat…”
Next, feminus crabbicus crappmarr, also known as the Lipstick-Wearing Dung Crab. Its comments are usually found in the past, as this species is extinct. This sample was discovered in October:
“hola muchacha, it’s the one we all worship and adore!!!anywayz, i finally seen it(DA BLOG OF AWESOMENESS!!!) and there’s this stinky old guy at the computer beside me :0 jk! toodles! say hi to the crazed wizard for me, will ya? hasta la vista ( i ain’t gonna call u babyyyyy) emos vs bumblebees…ps.Job 3:16, hee hee…pps. read leviticus…”
Now, we find feminus blobbifigus hoppigus, otherwise known as the Lipstick-Wearing Bunny Blob. It usually runs a Spanish website about hotels, and puts meaningless comments to attract people to it, such as:
“That is gret.”
Lastly, we have feminus struttskim unicornus, or Strutts Lipstick-Wearing Unicorn Monster. Discovered by Bunk Strutts, this monster is a copy-cat, and thus acts and talks like its discoverer. Here is a comment by the monster:
“Wow. Chuck slows down time and cranks off a slow-motion roundhouse kick, taking out a coupla poorly drawn two dimensional goons in black. That really happened to him in Pittsburgh, I think…”
Here is a comment by Bunk:
“Oh, Beat me, Daddy, Eight to the Bar!”
This concludes part 1. I’ll make part 2 when I feel like it.
I HAVE IT! I think that I’ll do the weekly joke! I’ll start it yesterday! The Joke Bin is back!
And I also added a nifty contact page.
Here’s a hint for the hidden comment page: I may move around, but everything is okay to me.