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Ok, i think that Ganz is getting WAY to protective. the old rules were fine! it seems like webkinz is now only for little kids. soon you won't won't be able to name your webkinz anything with two t's in it! there is a VERY fine line between safe and overprotective. And in my opinion, they've crossed it.
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but that's not to say that i don't still like the site. it's just that i used to love it, and now... it's to protective. but you have another opinion, that's great!
Last edited by Guitargirl248; 08-22-2008 at 05:01 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
ya i also think they are over protective, i got a dalmation named roko and i tried to name the room "Roko's Room", i wasn't alowed and then I tried naming it "Dalmation's Room" but the word dalmation wasnt alowed either i ended up naming the room Dogs Room!
yes but they are just trying to get money if moms see that it is very safe for kids they will tell other people to get webkinz bec. it is so safe for children and they have fun doing it so i think they rely just want the money $$$$$$
Totally off subject but I have to share. Isn't Ganz a Canadian Company, seems I heard that somewhere?
Anyway, while in Ireland my husband and I met some Irish folks that told us the cutest story about coming to America. They said when they got off the plane and on the moving sidewalk a big sign said "NO STROLLERS" so they started walking real fast. They said they thought to themselves, American's are always in a hurry but this is ridiculous. In Ireland our baby strollers are called prams and the word stroller is only used in the context of leisurely walking.
Our sign (to make sense to them) should have said no prams.
Maybe, (but probably not) the way English words are used in different countries is part of the confusion.
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