Search for Confucius on Google, and you'll find that he was some Chinese wise guy who lived a few thousand years ago, and who loved giving advice. Serious advice, that is. (By the way, that is the one thing in this world that everyone wants to give rather than receive - ADVICE!).
But the Confucius who gives advice on my facebook profile, on my gtalk status, or on my other blog, is not a person. He is an idea, a way of thinking, a facet of life. A force that is unseen, yet pervades the air all around us. An entity without a face, a being without a form. He transcends all man-made barriers, and strips the truth down to its birthday suit. He is Uninhibited, Unrestricted, Uncensored.
He thrives on word play, and absolutely loves making statements that can be interpreted in more than one way. Some people think that Confucius says things that are, shall we say, below the socially accepted standards of decency. But mind you - Confucius has never, ever made any comment that is overtly obscene. He merely speaks in double entendres, statements which may have a meaning other than what is obvious. In short, you need to have a perverted mind to understand the naughty side of Confucius's advice, and hence the allegation of Confucius's quotes being obscene do not stand ground.
Confucius looks all around himself for inspiration, which sometimes does include the internet too ;) However, the biggest inspiration is real life, and you would notice that Confucius usually says things that reflect the latest happenings all around us. Be it Diwali, or New Year, or getting a job, Confucius always has the first word. And the final say, as well.
Lastly, Confucius just loves the appreciation that he gets from all quarters, and would like to express his deepest gratitude to all those who egg him on. It is what pushes him to keep spreading his type of knowledge all around.