Whenever you are running a blog with another person, you want to make sure that your relationship is healthy as a horse. Luckily, we’re here to guide you through this process.  Here are five real, unscripted conversations to give you insight into the wrongest kind of cobloggership.  Guys, it’s so bad it’s good.

If you have any of the following conversations with your coblogger, you know it’s probably time to give up on any chance of escape and clasp your coblogger close with both hands and never let go. Also you’re both doomed. At least it’ll be enjoyable!

1. Treating Your Coblogger As Your Slave

One

2. Frustrating Your Coblogger With Non-Answers

Conversation 2

 

 3. Telling Horrible Knock, Knock Jokes

Conversation 3

4. Prolong Doing Blog Work For Months

Five

 5. Bloggish Dirty Talk At Ridiculous Hours of the Night

Six

Kat Kennedy

Kat Kennedy

Co-blogger at Cuddlebuggery
Kat Kennedy is a book reviewer and aspiring author in the Young Adult genre. She reviews critically but humorously and get super excited about great books. Find her on GoodReads.
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24 Responses to “Five Examples to Tell if Your Cobloggership Is Really Wrong”

  1. Rashika

    Hipster Grey.. that’s my favorite color. :P

    You guys help me procrastinate. Thank you so much for keeping me from actually being productive. :’)

  2. Phew. I co-blog with 4 lovely ladies and while our conversations haven’t been on twitter or as hilarious as yours, we do get off topic rather easily.

    Looks like you guys are doing it right!

  3. lol I love you two! If I could find someone that I could have this sort of dynamic with I’d probably consider a co-blogger. Instead I’ll just keep doing it solo and make my husband my sword fetching wench.

  4. Awesomely, hilarious, post!

  5. I love this. You guys seem to be awesome blogging partners! Love those conversations snippets :)

    -Mari

  6. I love you guys. You never fail to entertain and amuse me so thank you. Best cobloggership ever!

  7. Ha ha. Oh god, I can’t stop giggling. Help.

  8. OMG this is amazing. The last one is actually pretty freaking creative. You two are hilarious!

  9. I worry about your children, Kat and Steph. I really do.

  10. You guys are always so funny! Being in your heads must be an amazing place to be :)

  11. LOL
    OMG! I laughed so hard.
    And that’s quite a feat since I’m entering my Grinch Phase of Christmas Delight.
    :P I go through phases, only the decorating one is good. :P

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  14. Well, I don’t know what I just read but THIS WAS UHM THE BEST POST EVER. Fortunate that I don’t wish to hire a co-blogger. Haha!

  15. and I totally just splooged happiness and giggles in the form of spittle all over my monitor. Thank you ladies the the great entertainment. Now I must go cyber stalk dirty talk my coblogger April.

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  21. This was hilarious. I’m starting to develop a similar relationship with my new co-blogger :o) it went from really polite to insulting each other and talking about cats.
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