It’s been several years since I officially left the binweevil world behind me, and blogging with it. Recently, I logged in to my old email, and discovered several messages asking me to moderate comments. I knew then I had to create a post, and explain everything. After all, you guys have done so much for me, and I figured it would only be fair.
I would just like to confirm that I’ll never be back to bin weevils, and I wish to let this site deteriorate. Many of the comments I’ve been scrolling through have been in reply to the ‘codes’ page, explaining that they’ve all expired. Yep, I know that. I would just like to bring it to everybody’s attention that I have not maintained this website for a good couple of years now and I never will, so of course everything will be out of date.
For those few people that didn’t make a quick exit during what I call the ‘binweevil blogging crash’, in 2014/15, I guess you’ll want to know what has happened to me since I left. As you probably know, I left for roblox, which was a big craze at the time and that kind of took off for me. I was playing it every single minute of my spare time, racing through my homework and then continuing to play it. But eventually, like everything does in the end, it died down. I rediscovered my Nintendo 3DS, and animal crossing replaced roblox, which I had to abruptly leave due to unforeseen circumstances. Then, I received my phone, started secondary school, and everything unravelled from there.
Binweevils? I guess I miss it. The few people I’ve stayed in contact with within the binweevil community have updated me on how it had its prime time and then became a ‘five minutes of fun’ kind of thing. I promise I will never go back, even though it’s tough… Though it would be nice to see if I recognise any names (though apparently children 7 through 11ish just sort of make accounts and abandon them a few days later).
Anyway, I’ve gone a bit off course during this post, but I thought it would be great to officially wind up Binsignificance, with all the reasons and everything you guys wanted to know answered. I would appreciate it if everyone could not complain about the codes being out of date and things like that, as I have re-registered my old email address and do not wish for it to be spammed with unnecessary comments. If you do have a comment, or enquiry, you may write it but please note that it will only be sent to me in person and will be trashed afterwards unless I deem it necessary to go public. And if it’s not something I needed to see, there will be consequences.
Even after its “death”, may Binsignificance’s legacy remain.
I wish you all a very happy remainder of the Christmas holidays and an excellent 2018.