when I first started this blog I’d never even read another blog or even given much thought over to blogging as a means of communication.

My early posts were mostly long rambling complaints about terrible customer service I’d received from a succession of terrible companies and restaurants and I was seething and boiling over to the point of driving my nearest and dearest to distraction so rather than continuing to vent my frustrations on those nearest me, I started ranting, initially on blogger and then shortly after emigrating wholesale to WordPress. Rather than finding a niche early on as my anger faded I began doing a few reviews and even wrote what remains my biggest hit as far as search engine traffic my glowing review of the service provided by the Courtney Boot Company. As a side note, nearly a year on from getting my boots back I’m still wearing them daily.

I also began writing a few posts about becoming a father for the second time and my thoughts and feelings surrounding that as almost everything I read or heard would discuss the mothers thoughts, fears and perspectives, that’s not to put those down it’s simply a comment about the lack or support I could find for us blokes who’re too tough and macho to talk about our feelings with real people, and where there is plenty of support out there for mums there’s not a lot out there for dads.

In the run up to the new year I gained a little fervour for food blogging and launched www.mrbunnychowcooks.com which initially gained great traction but fell largely by the wayside when I managed to stab myself and began my Ouch series, I also began my project 52 at the start of the year, rekindling my long-held passion for photography and bringing another change of focus to these pages.

Anyway what I’ve been meaning to get around to with all of this rambling is what initially brought you to www.mrbunnychow.com do you visit regularly, do you know me personally, do you like reading about me blowing a gasket, do you like looking at pretty pictures, do you subscribe or just pop in occasionally having seen a link or comment on another site.

Blogging success has never been and never will be my aim I’m just a curious geek wondering who my readers are and why you are.

Please do comment below and let me know as much or as little about yourself as you are comfortable with.

alternatively you can always send me a private message via rantingmrbunnychow@gmail.com

I hope you’re all well out there


Mr Bunny Chow

  1. adinparadise says:

    Well, I’m following you, BC, so always interested to see what you have to say. Photos are always welcome. 😉

  2. yoonanimous says:

    i enjoy your blog because i never know what i’m going to get. you mix things up and the blog reflects that you have a lot of things going on, and that’s modern life. so don’t narrow your focus too much…

    • Thanks Yoona, I have no intentions of changing my style I was just being nosey who actually reads what I have to say and what their reasons are. I blog for me first and the social interactions are a happy bonus.

  3. zelmare says:

    Weirdly, I’ve just been wondering the same thing. I saw a few moments ago that I had no views today of my last post, and I started wondering how the blogging community really works. What makes them read a blog? What do they prefer to read about? Etc., etc. Personally I like to see a few photographs, maybe read a few thoughts on life or a bad/good day/experience. I understand that most people prefer to be anonymous on the blogs, but I do like to get to know my blog friends as much as they’ll allow me – maybe something about the family/kids. I’m not too much into reviews. Does that help? 🙂

  4. Northern Narratives says:

    I enjoy seeing photos and bits of life. I enjoy a big variety of posts and get bored with blogs that are too focused 🙂

  5. mwdurr says:

    Photos are the top reason here. 🙂

  6. I’m here mostly for the photography 🙂

  7. I’ve just come to know you. You liked one of my blog posts and I decided to come check you out. I’ve followed you now and look forward to reading your different types of posts. 🙂

  8. Bassas Blog says:

    You know me Mr Bunny Chow. I like your blog because it’s about you and you are interesting.

  9. James Ball says:

    An infrequent visitor to your Blog (maybe I should subscribe?) – it also depends on being able to get onto the Internet! Now have much better access thru ADSL at home. Enjoy your turn of phrase – I think it runs in the family? You certainly have the knack of making one read on. Enjoying your photographic phase – it probably shows up your abstract side.

    • James subscription will deliver posts by email so you don’t have to rely on the page to load. Got your email seeking camera buying tips and will give it some careful consideration and a thorough response in due course.

  10. Rachael says:

    I found my way here because you found me first! Like you, I am not aiming for hordes of likes, followers, advertising, sponsorship, donations etc etc, the things that seem to constitute blogging success. I have shied away from the tit-for-tat approach to commenting, liking, following. I enjoy blogs that are either well-written or feature quality photography, sometimes both! I might find my way to a blog because the blogger found me but I will only stay if I like what I find. 🙂

  11. dorannrule says:

    I found you when you found me. I came in on your Ouch Series and was a bit stunned by the graphic images and the very small print. I had to zoom in to read without getting a headache but that made the images even more graphic. I stuck with you though because I like your style and now I see you are far more versatile than I imagined. I look forward to your next surprises.

    • thank you, you’re the first who has mentioned issues with my script, I did find the same thing was happening with a blog I read and kept in touch with him as I was the only one complaining. The issue resolved itself with a browser upgrade though, I hope this is the case with you but please do keep in touch and let me know how you get on.

  12. themofman says:

    I don’t recall ever coming here before but I like your frankness on this page, and you have me interested in seeing what Project 52 is all about.

    I’m going to follow you.

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