One of the immutable laws of blogging is that any review critical of a mainstream act will eventually (often immediately) attract its share of nonsensical fan comments in defense of that act. Somehow, the very worst singers and groups usually seem to have the largest, most militant fanbases waiting to back them up at a moment’s notice.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to model ridiculous fan responses. Let’s say I’ve just written a scathing review of the new single, “Blah Blah Blah,” by a fictional pop-country boy band named Sailor Tift. (I don’t actually have to write such a review because real superfans wouldn’t read it anyway; they would just look at the star rating. Zero, by the way.) That’s your cue to defend Sailor Tift and their song in as many unconvincing ways as possible. If you need inspiration, peruse the comments on negative reviews at any blog that gets a decent amount of traffic (i.e. not here). Let’s see how long we can keep it going.
Bonus points for originality. Oh, and do try to keep it clean, please. I don’t want to have to censor pretend fan comments.