If You’re Not Stalking, I Mean “Following”, The Social Common…

…you’ve obviously suffered a head injury. Or you’re a Trump supporter. Either way, I feel sorry for you.

At any rate, a quick click will give you a quick primer on all things Social Common. So click HERE while the rest of us patiently wait for you.

All done? It’s about time! I’ve baked brownies, reorganized my William Shatner record collection and still had time to run out to Walmart so I can  see what really happens when cousins marry. Now we can continue. Finally.

If you weren’t physically able to click the link (perhaps that old Nintendo injury is acting up), here’s a brief synopsis on the gals of the Social Common, in their own words – and stolen from their own site.

Catherine Belknap & Natalie Telfer | Founders

The two of us met in high school but it was marriage, babies and motherhood that bonded us together. Between the two of us we parent seven children, manage two husbands, and run Social Common.

After hosting events and partnering with amazing brands, we have unlocked the social media world of moms and are ready to take it to the next level via our YouTube show, The Cat & Nat Show as well as our uncensored videos Mom Truths and Cat & Nat Daily.


All good? Then here are ten reasons why you should be following the lovely ladies known throughout the Multiverse – and Jersey – as The Social Common.

ONE)  They’re not fans of mine. (To say the least.)  So you know they have good taste.

TWO)  Their videos are the most fun you’ll have while watching two impossibly-beautiful blondes cavorting and living life to the fullest.  Okay, so upon further reflection, I realize how that sounds… and I stand by it.

THREE)  They smell great!  Like jasmine and lotus blossoms,  I’m assuming.

FOUR)  Like me, this duo started out with only a dream and experience in their respective fields to carry them through. Unlike me, people don’t spit on them. (I’m assuming they’re not into that.) They’ve actually succeeded and are now making a name for themselves in the world of social media – while I’m getting blocked by people like William Shatner.

FIVE)  They have spunk!  Lou Grant (Google him, kids), may hate spunk but it gives these ladies an indispensable edge.

SIX)  They share the coolest products on their site and Twitter account. You can trust their judgement when they talk the product talk, too. I like that.

SEVEN)  They’re not one-trick-ponies, to say the least. Whether you’re looking for relationship advice, fashion tips, martial arts training, parenting how-to’s, tips on how to get blood out of a carpet after a particularly nasty first date, quick and easy cooking hacks, or a laugh so hearty you’ll require medical attention afterwards… they’ve got you covered.

EIGHT)  They make daily videos that are:

  •  Uncensored. But not in that way, perverts! Keep it clean, people.
  •  Fun!
  •  Educational.
  •  Overflowing with joy and inspiration.

NINE)  They’ve attracted the attention of some of the best experts in their respective fields. The crazy-intelligent Dr. Jess O’Reilly,  and the ridiculously-charming Tracy Moore of Cityline are just two members of the great super star line-up you can  find on The Social Common. Click HERE to familiarize yourself with some of the others.

TEN)  They love moms!  (Probably not in the same way I do, but that’s beside the point.)  Let’s face it, it’s not easy being the wingnut that holds a family together. Now, more than ever, a mom needs all the help she can get. Thankfully, the duo of Cat and Nat are here to help moms (and dads, they’re not racist), survive whatever life throws at them.

I wish these ladies had been around when my mom was raising two boys on her own. I remember nights she literally felt like she had nowhere to turn. I’m not saying a website would have changed her life, but it would have made things a little easier.

And that, my friends, can sometimes make all the difference in the world.

See you in the lobby, friends…


About The Hook

Husband. Father. Bellman. Author of The Bellman Chronicles. Reader of comic books and observer and chronicler of the human condition. And to my wife's eternal dismay, a mere mortal and non-vampire. I'm often told I look like your uncle, cousin, etc. If I wore a hat, I'd hang it on a hat rack in my home in Niagara Falls, Canada. You can call me The Hook, everyone else does.
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22 Responses to If You’re Not Stalking, I Mean “Following”, The Social Common…

  1. Cat and Nat! I’ll have to check them out. Thanks, Hook 🙂

  2. Paul says:

    Thanks Hook.

  3. sonsothunder says:

    “This is The Hook when he’s… I mean, when I’m forced to hold back…” — I don’t know Hook — looks a little like the deliverance front porch character without the Banjo… or, JJ Cale sitten on the front porch without no shoes – pickin the bass and sangin the blues. But, something, I’ll admit DOES look familiar about that cat.

  4. Never heard of them. And I’m not a Trump supporter, nor do I have any head injury that I’m aware of. But from the descriptions, the word backpfeifpengesicht springs to mind.

  5. Thanks for this post, Hook – Cat & Nat are hysterical (and offer great advice). I’ve just spent the last few hours watching their episodes… it was excellent good fun! 😉

    • The Hook says:

      Glad to hear it!
      People seem to like this post – except for, ironically, Cat & Nat themselves.

      • Isn’t that always the way! lol I do a ton of promo for other publishers and authors, and maybe 3% even bother to hit the blogs. But they retweet & share on facebook when tagged. It’s still a very worthy thing to do, regardless of the give-back. 😉

  6. taraverses says:

    I will have to check them out now. Do I REALLY have time for another diversion?? I’m still trying to figure out how to reinvent my blogger blog to wordpress.

  7. Doug in Oakland says:

    They seem pretty cool, although I have indeed suffered many head injuries (and a stroke), so perhaps they even transcend the categories you’ve devised for them…

  8. umashankar says:

    Hmm.. I checked out the two impossibly beautiful blonds and I suspect what you say is true after all! Did I tell you I am crazy about the scent of jasmine?

  9. So cool!!!! I’m from Amherst, MA and I’m good friends with Natalie’s mother in law, Marilyn!! They’ve really taken off with this, we are all proud!

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