i. My-posts-are-ads,-my-ads-are-ads,-and-I-wish-my-blog-title-is-an-ad-too Disorder. Probably the longest named pseudo-psychological illness there is. Just as many of us hate watching television commercials, why the hell on earth will we bother reading a giant stack of ads? Observing proper aesthetics, ads can actually give your blog an authentic feel but overdoing it is an eye-sore to people, other than you of course. Courtesy to other bloggers usually goes a long way; it shows your appreciation to those who read your blog.
ii. Bourgeoisie Blogger and the Trying-Hard Bourgeoisie Blogger. You feel an insatiable lust for posting your expensive bling, tour, and food even though they're not particularly related to your blog theme. (Well not unless bragging is your blog theme.) These people are the primary culprits in the silent rise in post-modernistic bragging.
iii. The Insular Blogger or the Blogger's Hypocrisy Disease. You expect people to come to you yet you don't even give a shit to other people's blogs, which is most definitely not the same degree of interest you would want others to express towards your blog. When we think we're so special, oftentimes, we probably are not. If you have the time, comment on your friend's blogs! Comments will be so much appreciated because the work is valued for its worth. It's an honest way of expanding your readership.
iv. I-would-like-everybody-to-know-everything-about-me Syndrome. You are not famous enough for everybody to yearn insignificant information from you but you love blogging about yourself nonetheless, don't you? Even if the best probable reply to all of your posts is: "Like I care?" If you answered yes to both of these questions, we thank you so much for the information you shared with us... and Congratulations! Now we are much more aware why we should avoid your blog.
v. Trolling Addiction. Usually these people are posers who try to act tough or opinionated in the web to cover for their lack of confidence and insecurities in real time. There are plenty of hate blogs in the blog-sphere and some of them are cleverly disguised in a theme which at first seems innocent because its vile innuendo and discrimination is latent in its writing without proper scrutiny.
vi. Ignoramus Patheticus. People who have no idea what they're talking about but blogs incessantly nonetheless. These bloggers don't care about the composition of their blog at all which they consider no more special than their average daily routine. These people have been increasingly known to be the favorite preys of Troll Addicts. A job is not worth doing if it's not worth doing well- we all ought to remember this.
vii. Vagination Psychosis. This happens when women's ovaries metastasize to their brain and produces hormones which interfere with their ability to think properly and causes them to: a) assume subordinative roles and; b) be a sexist. Please take note that genderizing is also one way of discrimination. Many women needs to be reminded that they are an equally competitive sex and they can also handle things that doesn't have the word "cute" or "pink" in it. I've had encountered a handful of women who were "too pink to think."