Back on March 4th, I posted an article lamenting the imminent shut-down of the Piledrive U Tumblr site. The blogger had grown tired of Tumblr’s new anti-porn policy and the overly zealous Algorithm that seems to confuse wrestling with fucking.
Well today I went to check on his Tumblr site and learned that he decided to move his site to the Blogspot platform and continue posting! I am pleased to learn that we can continue enjoying his raunchy, sexy images and provocative comments! In fact, he immediately posted a huge batch of articles on Blogspot to celebrate his move and keep us busy while we sit at home. Here are a few of my favorite images — and captions! — from the new Piledrive U blog.
Part of the reason I’m so relieved to learn that Piledrive U will continue is because I really can’t handle another major change right now that will alter my reality and make me feel like I’m having a fever dream. I really need a few anchors from the past to remind me that I’m still on planet Earth. At least let’s all agree to keep our wrestling blogs open and operating during these uncertain times, even if very little else is still open and operating…
Not only has the Piledrive U site relocated from Tumblr to Blogspot, but I also moved my link to Piledrive U over in my right-hand margin. It was formerly under the Tenacious Tumblr section (a gradually shrinking list) and is now found up in the Blogroll section. I guess he got a promotion when he moved from Tumbling to Blogging.
Piledrive U continues to operate his blog much like a Tumblr site so far. Usually he posts just an image and a caption, as one would on Tumblr. Some of his articles are quite short with just 3 or 4 quick hitters, and some are “super-sized” (my favorite!) and may have 20 or more images, so each article is its own unique length.
However, most of his blog articles are organized in themes — ball grabbing, Dragon Sleepers, domination, insert your kinky fetish here — which you don’t necessarily find on Tumblr. You really need to open each article to see what surprises you’re going to find, which is fun. It will be interesting to watch how Piledrive U adjusts to the blogging platform which encourages more exposition and reflection than Tumblr does. I am already noticing (and loving) some longer narrative captions like the one below: