Tuesday, August 21, 2007

yay, most charming

Gridsnapper article about my favorite San Francisco cafe:


Where do the South Park startuperati like to lunch? I asked them; they answered. Also see the favorite cafe of Google's most charming blogger...


I know some of you are even now choking on the glass of water you were drinking, coughing as you prepare the ultimate flaming comment to combat my Immense Ego. How dare I link to an article calling me charming! It is time to flame.

Try to be a little creative, please. Give me some clever insults to read this time.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

"We asked some of Silicon Valley's finest technologists where they like to hang out in SF."

"We also asked Niniane Wang, who writes a blog."

Jorge De Castro said...

If anything, you could have been a lot more generous with the praise! No flames here :)

Anonymous said...

you *are* rather charming =)

Shobogenzo said...

Flaming isn't as fun when someone asks you to do it.

Unlike, say... spanking.

Anonymous said...

Can you post more about your love life? I need some drama.

Did Peter turn out to be gay?

Will Niniane date a black man and cause strife in her family?

Start dating a woman?

Drama. Let you show me it.

Philipp Lenssen said...
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Philipp Lenssen said...

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You asked for it, no offense :)

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canopus said...

Charming? Why, you whale-titted genetic throwback, the only thing larger than your monstrous ego is your colossal derriere, oscillating like two five-gallon bags of tapioca hot-glued to a filthy mop! Yes, a filthy mop! I've never met such a whiney, snaggle-toothed, monkey-faced little blah blah blah...

(sigh) My heart just isn't in this. Could you at least go through the motions of making us angry first? Somehow all of this feels, I dunno, unnatural...

metal said...

Hi, I'm chinese male with bad grammar, and I hate niniane.

I hate her so much that I read all her post and post the same comment in same horrible grammar under different name.

Also, I have type thing in chinese on an english blog because my english suck so much.

Librarian1968 said...

I don't thing "charming blogger" equals "charming."

Does this count as a flame? I fail.

Anonymous said...

If, by "charming", they meant "fat", then I completely agree.

Anonymous said...

you would be charming if you didn't always tilt your head at a that wierd angle when you take a picture.

ArC said...

It's been a day now and the first post is still the best.

Niniane said...

The first comment was from Alipé. I concur that it is the best. What can you expect from a pro flamer like Alipé...

Though I am also entertained by the comment from "metal".

LMB said...

Google's most charming blogger...

????

There are other bloggers at Google?

Come on.. We all know everybody at Google is charming and smart.

Impossible that she is the only blogger there.

John K. Lin said...

I guess Mark Jen was briefly the most interesting Google blogger before he got fired for blogging about Google :-)

Anonymous said...

"your colossal derriere, oscillating like two five-gallon bags of tapioca hot-glued to a filthy mop!"

that's hot

Erica said...

"google's most charming"... isn't that bit like "washington's most honest"?

Anonymous said...

Mark Jen is a fucking idiot.

Anonymous said...

Things that annoy me about Niniane (whom I don't know nor have any intention of knowing)

* The fact that her blog has so many sexual overtones. Overtones and undertones. And tones. Tones and tones of sex. Why do white guys like Asian chicks? Do all guys want sex on the first date? What's the average speed of an African swallow? Shall - Low.

* When she call those who peruse her blog "gentle readers". What friend, rival, or stalker wants to be called a "gentle reader"? It certainly won't make ME any less ungentle than I'm already not. How about "chillin homies" or "phycadellic subscribers" or something? I think next time I'm just going to read "gentile breeders" and at least get a laugh out of my pathetic self.

* The fact that I can't date her :(

Niniane said...

The term "gentle reader" is from Ann Landers. In her advice column, she always responded to letters with "Dear gentle reader..."

I borrowed it because it sounds charming in that quaint way.

Anonymous said...

Oh... now I feel bad about the "gentle readers" comment. My Dad used to quote Ann Landers all the time. You asked for insults though so I couldn't resist.

The reality - your blog is actually way more charming than mine (if I were comparing oranges to oranges I would say "This blog is a charming orange, much more than that one.")