Celebrating 1000 articles with the Daily SPUF!


Wow.

Just wow.

1000 articles. The big one zero zero zero. One. Thousand. Articles. All over 250 words. An article, sometimes two, every day since the 18th of August, 2013. It’s now 2016. Our very first article was complaining about the Half Zatoichi, which is a fair point. But while the weapons of Team Fortress 2, the classes of Team Fortress 2, even core mechanics, have changed since then, we’re still publishing an article every single day.

Okay we’ve probably missed a day, but only because of extreme circumstances. No, really, we’ve only missed one day. September 19th, 2013. And that was when the blog was just over a month old. Every day since then, there’s been between 250 and 5000 words published and ready for you to read. It’s not all TF2 content, it’s not all amazing content, but we do it for you.

But after so long, it’s time for us to grow a bit. Start doing new things. You may have noticed over the last few days, that we’ve had more… moving content in our articles. Videos. That’s because we’re doing videos now!

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Yep, The SPUF of Legend is our new Youtube channel, where we, aabicus in particular, will be uploading videos on a semi-regular basis! We’re always looking for things to both film and write about, so hit us up with ideas and thoughts on what you’d like to see!

Check out the full announcement here!

Will we see you at the 2000th article? That’s up for you to decide. But the answer is probably. We enjoy running the Daily SPUF, we enjoy writing articles and we absolutely love it when someone says that they liked an article. We don’t mind criticism either, but you should see the cute little smile on my face when people tell me what they like most about the Daily SPUF. We also like it when people ask questions in the Dear Aaby section, but people seem to have forgotten that Dear Aaby exists. Quick thing, while the Dear Aaby section might not be gay, it’s currently having a mid-life crisis, so be nice to it.

We couldn’t have done it without you. We also couldn’t have done it without aabicus or myself, or the myriad of people, old and new, who have published articles here.

Thank you to everyone who’s helped us get this far. Thank you very much.

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