The Food and Wine Hedonist

leave your inhibitions at the door

I’m on Facebook!

Last week, in an episode of “clearly having too much time on my hands”, I created a Facebook page.   I can’t give you one good reason why you should “Like” me on Facebook but I can give you ten mediocre ones:

  1. I can find bikini pics of some of my fans. OK, that one’s for my benefit.
  2. It’s a lot easier on Facebook for me to steal share other content and bring it to you.
  3. You can share YOUR links, thoughts, suggestions, etc. with me and other like-minded people.
  4. Face it, you have something missing in your life.  If you “Like” me on Facebook, we can build our own little collection of people who like me and then you’ll feel vindicated and part of your own tribe.  After a while, after you turn over your material possessions to me, we can get matching black turtlenecks and crewcuts.  Then, on some future fateful day, I’ll serve you all some special Kool-Aid 1997 Chateau Margaux and we can go off into space together.
  5. I plan on having special Facebook-only contests where you can win stuff like this.

    No, not the bottle. The picture of the bottle.

  6. You get to see rude comments I make anonymously under “The Food and Wine Hedonist” on Bravo’s Top Chef page.
  7. If your workplace tracks web usage, it’s easier to explain logging onto “Facebook.com” than “TheFoodandWineHedonist.com”.
  8. I’ll have more off-the-cuff remarks there.  (I was going to say “informal”, but that assumes some semblance of order here.)
  9. Chances are you’re on Facebook 23 hours a day.  So this will give you an easier way to catch the latest.
  10. You can see my other artistic, well-composed, thought provoking pictures that just don’t fit in any of my blog posts.  Like this one:

I hope to see you over there!

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About thefoodandwinehedonist

I don't know everything about the world of food and wine, but I'm not going to let a small detail like that stop me from blogging about it.

One comment on “I’m on Facebook!

  1. gojulesgo
    December 21, 2011

    LOL I ‘liked’ your page without even seeing it, based on this fantastic list of its qualities! I did the same thing and created one recently, although I find it almost impossible to keep up with Facebook and Twitter!

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