[Dtoid community blogger Morty compiled every 10 Things blog he could find into one handy place. What a guy! --Mr Andy Dixon]
Hello, my fellow Dtoidians. If you're like me, then you love to read the more personal blogs about our awesome Destructoid community members. There are, for example, the introduction blogs a lot of members write before tackling other topics concerning gaming and such. And there are the Community Interviews that are graciously hosted by handsome and eloquent members Everyday Legend and Opiumherz.
And then there are the 10 Things blogs, of course. Compact lists of random facts written by users about themselves. Sometimes deep and sad, often funny, always pretty interesting and insightful.
Since its inception there have been three major surges of 10 Things (and one straggler), the latest of which started just this May after Conor Elsea kickstarted it again and Andy Dixon posted a Community Assignment about it.
And this time around I finally took it upon myself to compile a list with (nearly) all 10 Things blogs that were ever written on Destructoid. Over 200 posts were done by community members over the years and even some (ex) staff members joined in on the fun. Anyone wanna publish a book?
Some older posts have broken pictures, and all of the legacy comments have vanished, but all in all this is a pretty solid collection of the 10 Things blog trend that was started by SilverDragon1979 in 2009.
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