Wait, no they don’t, they are just doing a job. It’s the lame brains who can’t think, type or speak for themselves but can’t let the new millennium pass without paying for something i or e that need a skelpt arse.
I’ve even sat beside some of these clowns and heard them boast about how they have x thousand followers but haven’t a clue what they are discussing with them. Even worse are the corporates who were unable to continue the conversation in real life that I thought they were half-way through with me online. Skelpt Arse cronies exempt from this rant of course
When I have a conversation with someone, I expect it to be with the person they claim to be. Employing a Soshul Meeja Guru to write your witty comments for you is just corporate grooming of the unaware. Would you employ a middle aged trucker called Mick to engage with your teenage children whilst pretending to be a 14 year old girl? Skelpt Arse cronies exempt from this one as well.
Well your customers think you are just as much in need of a skelpt arse for trying to get into their knickers under false pretences!
Compulsory outing of anyone who employs a ghost writer along with automatic deletion from Facebook friends (that should clean up the list a bit).
This is simply a formalisation of a social media backlash that has already started – oh yes, gurus, your new online aspirations are dropping faster than a pregnant pole vaulter, the AWARE are already connecting by even more sophisticated methods than your viral You Tube videos can teach you. Guess how we catch the ghost-written!
It could be argued that this would cause revenue difficulties for the aforementioned social media gurus. However, I would ask you to consider that when a Skelpt Arse candidate is outed, one of 2 thoughts will occur to us all.
First thought: that was so obvious someone was writing it for him….
If that is the case then the ghost writer was clearly p1sh and equally clearly deserves to lose the income.
Alternative thought: I had no idea anyone was writing that for them!
On the basis that there is one born every minute, these successful ghost writers now have the perfect recommendation by which to sell their services to the next numpty – or enlightened business person as they would have it.
Now I really must sign off, Tom Champagne has written to me personally to say that I may be 1 of only 300 people in my street to have made it into the Reader’s Digest final and Tom is a damn good friend, he writes to me personally at least once a week.
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What is Skelpt Arse?
To use a splendid bit of sadly, now seldom-used Scottish vernacular, whose 'arse' definitely needs 'skelpt'?
Who or what has been letting you down, letting our magnificent country down or who generally needs brought into line. Politicians? Overly politically-correct-mandarins? Jobsworth civil-servants? Service industry specialists who've not been servicing? You tell us!
We've got a sliding scale of 'skelpitness' from a light smack or a pure, red, stinger? You decide!