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nicola
Posted: Wednesday, May 02, 2012 12:57:40 AM

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Shylass
Posted: Wednesday, May 02, 2012 6:34:31 PM

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nicola wrote:
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Can't the Wiggling Stormtrooper give us a "Like" button for this? Please?

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charmbrights
Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 2:09:44 AM

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Shylass wrote:
Can't the Wiggling Stormtrooper give us a "Like" button for this? Please?

I understand that Facebook rules the world, but are you incapable of saying you like something without having a special button to press? Is it the effort of typing the word which deters you, or the spelling problem?

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Guest
Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 5:06:20 AM

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charmbrights wrote:

I understand that Facebook rules the world, but are you incapable of saying you like something without having a special button to press? Is it the effort of typing the word which deters you, or the spelling problem?


I think that if you have seen any of Shylass's posts in the forums, or indeed have read any of her work, you'll be very aware that she is more than capable of stringing a coherent, correctly-spelled sentence together.

A like button would be a good idea.

Sometimes one can enjoy or appreciate a post or comment enough to merit quoting and commenting on it, but other times, one may just wish to give a 'nod,' so to speak, just a little recognition to show one's appreciation.

A 'like' button is the perfect way to do this. Facebook is not the only website to utilize this function.

I found your response rather short-tempered and mean-spirited. Shylass was merely showing her appreciation of the post. Your comment was somewhat snide and did nothing whatsoever to add to the discussion. I understand that it's fun to engage in witty banter, debate, disagreement, whatever...

Your comment was just kinda mean.
Dudealicious
Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 7:15:22 AM

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charmbrights wrote:

I understand that Facebook rules the world, but are you incapable of saying you like something without having a special button to press? Is it the effort of typing the word which deters you, or the spelling problem?




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Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 8:08:12 AM

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Mazza wrote:


I think that if you have seen any of Shylass's posts in the forums, or indeed have read any of her work, you'll be very aware that she is more than capable of stringing a coherent, correctly-spelled sentence together.

A like button would be a good idea.

Sometimes one can enjoy or appreciate a post or comment enough to merit quoting and commenting on it, but other times, one may just wish to give a 'nod,' so to speak, just a little recognition to show one's appreciation.

A 'like' button is the perfect way to do this. Facebook is not the only website to utilize this function.

I found your response rather short-tempered and mean-spirited. Shylass was merely showing her appreciation of the post. Your comment was somewhat snide and did nothing whatsoever to add to the discussion. I understand that it's fun to engage in witty banter, debate, disagreement, whatever...

Your comment was just kinda mean.


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Swollen
Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 8:14:29 AM

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Mazza wrote:


I think that if you have seen any of Shylass's posts in the forums, or indeed have read any of her work, you'll be very aware that she is more than capable of stringing a coherent, correctly-spelled sentence together.

A like button would be a good idea.

Sometimes one can enjoy or appreciate a post or comment enough to merit quoting and commenting on it, but other times, one may just wish to give a 'nod,' so to speak, just a little recognition to show one's appreciation.

A 'like' button is the perfect way to do this. Facebook is not the only website to utilize this function.

I found your response rather short-tempered and mean-spirited. Shylass was merely showing her appreciation of the post. Your comment was somewhat snide and did nothing whatsoever to add to the discussion. I understand that it's fun to engage in witty banter, debate, disagreement, whatever...

Your comment was just kinda mean.



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Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 8:38:59 AM

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charmbrights wrote:

I understand that Facebook rules the world, but are you incapable of saying you like something without having a special button to press? Is it the effort of typing the word which deters you, or the spelling problem?


So, would you prefer a long thread of people simply posting 'I Like This', one after the other?

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Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 11:32:17 AM

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Dudealicious wrote:




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elitfromnorth
Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 12:01:45 PM

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I seriously can't understand why we should stick to just clicking like on a button when we can express our affection for a picture or a post with a long ass post to try to give people the illusion that not only do we know how to create a coherrant sentence, but we're also able to make it positive. I say we introduce a new rule to the forums. Unless the topic says so(like in the word games) every forum post must be at least 10 sentences long and each sentence must consist of a minimum of 5 words. I know I just broke that rule, but I'm a complete and utter idiot who really shouldn't be browsing the forums because I have nothing to contribute with other than mindless BS and my only intention is to belittle people so that not only do I put myself in a better light, but I also make myself feel better....

tl;dr - gief like button now, plox!

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Posted: Thursday, May 03, 2012 4:13:41 PM

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charmbrights
Posted: Friday, May 04, 2012 1:14:10 AM

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Mazza wrote:
... Your comment was just kinda mean.



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elitfromnorth
Posted: Friday, May 04, 2012 6:03:39 AM

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Shylass
Posted: Friday, May 04, 2012 5:12:50 PM

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charmbrights wrote:

I understand that Facebook rules the world, but are you incapable of saying you like something without having a special button to press? Is it the effort of typing the word which deters you, or the spelling problem?


I just saw this, or I would have replied sooner.

I would like a "Like" button because they already turned me down when I asked for a "I FUCKING LOVE THIS" button. I thought it was a happy compromise.

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TheDevilsWeakness
Posted: Friday, May 04, 2012 11:25:06 PM

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Lfunny I FUCKING LOVE THIS Lfunny

Shylass wrote:


I just saw this, or I would have replied sooner.

I would like a "Like" button because they already turned me down when I asked for a "I FUCKING LOVE THIS" button. I thought it was a happy compromise.

Would you like a cookie?










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Posted: Sunday, June 17, 2012 6:38:54 PM

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