Here anyone can nominate Who you think is the most broken-hearted member of the sports world for last week, and then try to cheer them up or give them some advice.

This contest is for anyone in any Scorum domain and is designed to give everyone something fun to write about every week with a guaranteed minimum upvote income that you can count on. There are always fails and goofs in sports, so even if you have nothing else to write about you can find a subject for a Happy Moan-Day blog. Although this contest does have solid prizes, it is not about winning the contest and collecting the SCR it is about writing a steady weekly blog that will provide you with a constant and steady income stream. It is also about having fun, most people enjoy a chuckle about a funny fail, how many of us can help but laugh when someone slips and falls? In sports such gaffes can provide grounds for a funny blog as long as no one was seriously injured. Upset losses seem to be the easiest targets for Moan-Day blogs followed by managers, coaches and players who were released or who have otherwise lost their jobs. While not always funny it can be easier for the victim to take when a little light-hearted ribbing is applied, especially when followed by some timely words of encouragement or advice.

If Scorum were a basketball team then I would say that lately we seem to be having trouble bringing the ball down the crypto court and scoring a basket. Some of the talking heads are saying that we are out of our league and playing over our heads while our fan base seems to be all over the place when describing our current situation. Some are saying that our coaching staff is inept and that they are making mistakes at critical points in the game. Others seem to think that our defense is weak and our opponents are driving right past us and making easy baskets. I have also heard whispers that our offensive strategy is terrible and that our players can't execute the plays. I have not heard any complaints about the uniforms or logos, but I have seen some comments about the shoes being sub-par and that the team is possibly lacing them way too tight.

When I glance up at the scoreboard though I see that we are leading 21-0 and I'm a bit confused. We're in the lead but yet everyone is talking like we are losing the game, what's up with that? The truth is that we are currently just playing against ourselves and the expectations and standards that we have set for our team. We feel like we are losing because we are not lighting up the scoreboard like we had expected to be doing at this time in the game. But the truth is that we are just playing against ourselves right now, there are no other teams to compete with.

How far ahead are we in reality? That is a two part question, how long would it take to develop a multi platform team that could compete against us, and how much money would it take to arrive at the point in that development where we are currently standing. Once you answer these two questions then you have to determine who would win the game in the end, who would have the best vision, the best technology, and the greatest ROI potential. The winner would be the team that was ready at the moment of blockchain adoption with the best answers to these questions, and right now we have the court to ourselves.

Whether you believe that the crowds will never come and that someone will eventually turn the lights out on Scorum, or you have faith that one day we will be playing for a packed house and performing a slam dunk fest over all of our future competitors, this is our Scorum and our game and much of what happens will be up to us. We have at least a 21 month and a few million dollars head start, so the ball is in our court!

All Happy Moan-Day Contest qualifying entries will receive a 35% upvote from me and there will be 3 winners for the contest with prizes totaling 100 SCR. I'm increasing the payout due to an increase in support, thank's to everyone who supports this contest!

1st place will receive 50 SCR

2nd place will receive 30 SCR

3rd place will receive 20 SCR

In addition we still have 50 SCR remaining from the Freaky Friday contest that was set aside to be given out as 10 SCR consolation prizes to any Happy Moan-Day entry that does not finish in the top three. This means that for as long as the Freaky SCR lasts you can't lose when you enter the Happy Moan-Day contest, every qualifying entry will be a winner!

(This contest is all about Sports Losers, Fails, Muffs, Falls, Goofs, or anything else that would make a player, coach, fans or spectators moan and groan. It is meant to be funny and light-hearted so please, no post that would cause us to mourn like fatalities, or serious injuries, diseases or any other true personal tragedies. This is meant to be in fun, there are always funny fails that happen and there are losers that need to be cheered up. This is simply a way to cheer up all of those losers of the week who are trying to pull themselves back together again for the next competition.)

  1. The power of this competition is in recognition, by entering a blog in this contest you are sure to have some readers checking it out. I will upvote every qualifying blog as soon as I see the link posted below so that it gets bumped up on the trending pages. My hope is that readers will soon begin to recognize the blog title and make it a practice to support the entries. To enter this contest you must write and publish your own blog with the Title "Happy Moan-day ______________!" Fill in the blank with the name of a person, group, place, or team. This must be concerning something that has happened during the previous week prior to the contest blogs posting. So this current contest is for sports-related items that have happened between last Monday a week ago and yesterday, Midnight Sunday.
  2. Next include a photo, meme, short video clip, a screenshot or something similar that best represents the subject that you used to fill in the title blank. Make sure that you have usage rights and provide any necessary links.
  3. Now you need to write a blog of at least 450 but no more than 2,000 words to describe what happened and who was involved, as well as the reason that you are nominating them for moaners of the week.
  4. Provide a link back to this blog somewhere in your Moanful Monday Blog.
  5. Last you must say something at the end, one final quote or comment that is meant to cheer up or encourage the subject of your blog. This could be something simple like "C'est la vie," or a quote from a famous author or poet, a proverb or religious text, or best of all your very own words of wisdom or consolation. You are welcome to have your own signature encouraging comment and use it on all of your Moan-day blogs, or give a different comment or quote every week that best fits the situation.
  6. Once your Moanful Monday blog has been posted then leave a link to it in the comment section below so that I will know that you have entered the contest and I can then visit and upvote your blog.
  7. Your blog can be posted at any time before midnight Sunday night where you live, but the content must be from the previous weeks sporting events.
  8. You may enter this contest using any language, just post your blog in the native domain and provide links as stated above. Just know that I will be using a translator in order to read and judge your entry which may affect my ability to properly and fairly do so depending on the accuracy of the translator that I use.

Notes on Judging the Contest

Several factors go into judging the Happy Moan-Day blogs, here are a few of them.

  • The blog is unique and engaging, it keeps the readers interest.
  • The blog is fun and light hearted, it leaves the reader with a smile on their face.
  • The reader learns something about the subject from reading the blog.
  • The advice or quotes at the end are appropriate and helpful to the subject of the blog.
  • While all of the words in the blog will count toward qualification, only those words that actually add to the story are used for judging, fluff words are ignored for this part of the contest.
  • Spelling and grammar are not directly judged in the contest, but readability is. If the judge can't read or make sense of the story then it is hard to judge it's quality.


Tiebreakers include how many of the other contest blogs you read and support and your overall engagement and activity on Scorum. The goal of this contest is to help support and build good blogging members that will in turn help build and grow the Scorum Platform. In a close decision the contestant that appears most active on Scorum will usually get the nod from the judge or judges. If there is nothing else to clearly set one entry apart from another, then the judge or judges will be looking for anything that the contestants have done recently to boost Scorum or help another blogger.

Everyone is encouraged to read and support as many of the Moanful Monday blogs as possible during the week. I will try to get these blog posts out early every Monday so that you can begin posting your blogs. I encourage you to write about an event that happens during the week and save it as a draft so that you will be ready to post it on Monday as soon as the new contest blog has been added.

Here Are The Winners Of Last Week's Contest!


First Place and Winner of 50 SCR

Winning Entry: "Happy Moan Day PSG, Most Fans Never See That Coming As Well"

Second Place and Winner of 30 SCR

Second Place Entry: "Happy Moan Day Adrián San Miguel del Castillo."

Third Place Entry and Winner of 20 SCR

Third Place Entry: "Happy Moan-day Everton "one of those nights" came for you"

*** Congratulations To These Winner! ***

Once again we thank everyone who supports of the Happy Moan-Day Contest with your upvotes and words of encouragement.


This Weeks Highlighted Video

This is my idea of "Technical Analysis" and I'm so happy to have college football back, you guys are probably going to be hearing all about it! :)

If you like college football and want to learn more about the game and strategies then I encourage you to follow this guy, he is a professional scout who knows what he is talking about.