I'm bored in my free period, and I just decided to google hayleyghoover. Apparently the most-searched item is "hayleyghoover blog." Craaap. You guys want me to blog?
I guess it's about time. It's become increasingly apparent to me lately how little the majority of the world cares about the youtube community. But it's like... our lives. Therefore, I'm going to pump the internet full of youtube references until those of us who thrive in this microcosm can feel at home.
Kristina, italktosnakes, sent me her love song to Alex, nerimon, the other night, and I knew I was doomed. It is SO catchy and SO sweet and SO cute. And now that it's posted, she has SO passed me in subscribers. (Don't get me wrong-- she more than deserves it. Look her up.) Anyway, I reacted in the only way I know how to deal with pressure. I'm posting a hip hop single on my channel after school today.
I guess I'm sort of nervous that I'm becoming a has-been before I've even been. Fiveawesomegirls has more subscribers now than it did last year, but it's losing its appeal to a lot of people. They wanted to know us, and now they do. So why do they still care? On a related note, it really, really bothers me how low Boh3m3's ratings and comments were on the video he posted this week. Boh3m3 is a BIG DEAL, people! It worries me to see the people I used to look up to and hero worship dropping off the radar. When was the last time Brookers put something up? You know what I mean?
Also, I've received the world's largest collection of hater comments this week. There must be a hundred. It honestly, honestly, honestly doesn't bother me to read "u r a fag" or "i h8 u," but ALL your feedback is "Die, bitch!" it can start to make you feel uneasy.
I don't know. I guess I'm a blogger now.