All this #tweetlike___ stuff was entertaining in bursts. It was a great way to poke fun at celebs. For instance:
Yay! Another state's got divided. Now that's another potential franchise for season 8 #tweetlikemodi luv n hugz n xxxes 2 all ma fns cu all 2mrw :-) :-) :-) #tweetlikebollywoodmoron #youprefer #youremember, #delayedtweets. What's the #difference? #forgottencricketlandmarks #tweetlikeirsquared
Of course, there's only temporary hilarity to be had by poking fun with a limit of 140 characters (less, taking into account the hashtag length). So what if we did a #bloglike? That would be interesting.
Sadly, Lalit Modi's four limbs are taken up by three Blackberries and Priety Zinta, and unless genetic research allows him to grow a fifth, there's no scope for blogging. Most Bollywood actors are wondering how to further reduce character size of 'u', 'n' and 'thx', or giving interviews about their opinions on the fiscal deficit, so no time for silly things like opening a Blogger account there.
And IRSquared refuses to blog since he's too busy trying to become a doppelganger of his idol, vishal_c.
So we have to look at other bloggers for our #bloglike series. How would our favourite bloggers react to a monumental event? Say...
S. Sreesanth becoming the captain of the Kochi IPL team.