My Internet illiteracy is the bane of my existence.

You guys know how important it is for me to make drastic changes at a moment's notice. For example, changing my phone number eleventeen times (sorry!!) or tempting fate with a new blog title (clearly did not work) or, you know, a few other things I did that have resulted in mass drama (whoops).

Here is the latest: I NEED ( need ) a new blog URL. Like, now. Yesterday, as a matter of fact. The fact that I am here, right now, on thekbb.wordpress.com is giving me hives. Once I get an idea in my head it must be enacted IMMEDIATELY. There is no waiting. I need instant gratification.

And "thekbb" will just not do (see: former things I've done in life that resulted in mass drama). theKBB is not me. I do not want. DO NOT WANT.

Here is the comforting fact, dear readers: doing so will not harm you in any way, except that perhaps you'll have to update your blogrolls one day. The blog, itself, will stay the same. It will look the same, it will read the same, it will continue to be the best blog you've ever seen (heehee), but the URL will be new.

BECAUSE I CANNOT HANDLE WHAT IT IS RIGHT NOW.

Cough.

I really will feel much better when the transition is complete. However, in the meantime, I've had to figure out how the shit to export and import and reconstruct the sidebar and settings and ev-er-y-thing to make sure it will be IDENTICAL to what it is right now.

And that is work, dammit. Especially when you have approximately seventeen-billion blogs in your blogroll, all of which need to be added manually. You bloggers are lucky I love you, otherwise I'd just say "screw it" and my blogroll would be empty. Because I am lazy.

Luckily, I have mass obsessive compulsive disorder and simply cannot leave my blog lacking. And so I will spend the next 35 years manually adding every single blog back onto the blogroll.

Sigh.

So much work, ho hum.

In the meantime, enjoy this "thekbb" business while you can, because it won't be here much longer. I'll be sure to let you know when I make the change, of course, and even provide you with a handy little link to the new URL.

SEE HOW NICE I AM?

I promise it won't hurt a bit.