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12th Dec '17 6:26:16 PM randomtroper89
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* Website/{{Blogger}} / [[Website/{{Blogger}} Blog Spot]] (the TropeNamer)

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* Website/{{Blogger}} / [[Website/{{Blogger}} Blog Blogger/Blog Spot]] (the TropeNamer)TropeNamer) [[note]]Blogger from the perspective of the writer, Blog Spot is from the perspective of the reader[[/note]]
29th Oct '17 10:15:47 PM BearyScary
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* Blog/VGJunk
6th Oct '17 5:58:02 PM Augusto
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* Blog/WorstMuse
23rd Sep '17 10:56:21 AM WaterBlap
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* Blog/WorstMuse
23rd Aug '17 10:08:57 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* Blog/AskLordVoldemort
19th Aug '17 3:07:08 AM BrittneyofHyrule
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* Blog/TheMiitopiaAdventure
16th May '17 3:48:40 PM nombretomado
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!!Blogs that have pages on TVTropes include:

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3rd May '17 9:33:46 PM DL_Draco_Rex
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* WebOriginal/TheBrandom
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* Blog/AskErnstStavroBlofeld
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"Blog" is a silly shorthand for "web log": a [[{{Diary}} journal]] published on the internet. Some blogs are simply a narcissistic record of blogger's life; others are a means for the blogger to write about subjects dear to their hearts. The second type tends to attract larger audiences. A popular variation is the 'character blog', which imitates the format of the first type, except that, instead of writing about himself, the author roleplays as a given character.

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"Blog" is a silly shorthand for "web log": a [[{{Diary}} journal]] published on the internet. Some blogs are simply a narcissistic record of blogger's life; others are a means for the blogger to write about subjects dear to their hearts. The second type tends to attract larger audiences. A popular variation is the 'character blog', CharacterBlog, which imitates the format of the first type, except that, instead of writing about himself, the author roleplays as a given character.
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