I sometimes get chicks who Google me.
Do I ever panic?
Not at all.
However, with this chick; I did get a bit panicky because I never anticipated her googling me.
Usually, the occasional girl who
admits to googling me, had always led on to it. So I expected it. But this chick here caught me by surprise! But all in all- it is a HUGE DHV to have women google you- especially if something eyebrow raising pops up…anything short of heinous of course.
By the way, this is a girl whom
I’m currently gaming via Facebook, so it’s crazy ironic that she’s been reading my blog, essentially learning my moves and shit. But again guys; this is a plus!
I want to end this off by asking you this: why isn’t she appalled and royally turned off by this discovery?
Why does she find it interesting opposed from sleazy and awful?
I mean- after all- I write about the sexual exploitation of women [this wouldn’t be my definition, but often that of outside observers].
The thing is, women secretly love the idea of being talked about; whether good or bad.
I posed a status to Facebook the other day saying that 80% of the personal statuses which women post to social media, are about them being talked about, hated on, they’re the center of someone else’s attention in some negative way, and so on and so on.
Chicks are consumed by this notion of being talked about and written about. It is the classic example of no publicity is bad publicity.
Throughout my time of blogging about women, on about 5 separate occasions, I’ve had the girls whom I’d written about, discovered that they were blogged about (sexually).
However they were able to find out is somewhat puzzling to me (perhaps they’d googled me). But the most important take away- at least for me- is that these girls were hardly bothered in any genuine sense upon the discovery that they were the center of attention somewhere out there on the internet.
Of those 5 girls who found out that I blogged about picking them up, and shagging them, not 1 of them requested that I remove the article about her.
Moreover, I had even suggested (via email correspondence with the girl) to remove the blog post if they felt uncomfortable.
To my surprise, the mere thought of me removing the article, seemed to have rubbed them the wrong way. 😯
It’s like they were saying to themselves: “How dare you even suggest removing the article after you’d already written about me, and made me the center of attention for a day or 2 on the internet”!
In a nutshell, it is almost always a plus to have a girl google you and find something apart from your Facebook or social-media accounts.