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LOL I got a few questions that need answering. What is a non-fluff post? What is gifted and a gift guru? How do I know someone hasn't made a thread of a idea of mine (without looking through everyone's thread...)? LOL if anyone would answer these questions I would be thankful.
A non fluff post is a post that actually contains some sort of point. Meaning, it's not just a useless post saying: ''Yeah.'' or ''I don't know'', and that's it. If you are Gifted, it means that you have been chosen to go through the training to be able to trade here on WI. When you are in training, you are a Gift Trainee (GT for short). Once you finish your training you become Gifted.
For more information about non fluff posts and Gifted/Gift Gurus, here is a link.
An example of a "non-fluff" post is going around on people's threads posting simple one word sentences or things like:
"I don't know"
Or random words that have absolutely nothing to do with the topic the person is setting.
Gifted Members, Gift Gurus, Gift Trainees, etc, are explained in the GE Info thread. You should check that out
A non-fluff post has meaning, unlike a fluff post, which could just be, "LOL" or "I don't know." For example, this is a non-fluff post.
A Gifted and Gift Guru member is someone who has been chosen to go through training for the Gift Exchange and completed the training. You can apply to be a Gift Guru, as you would apply to be a Gift Trainee. And a Gift Exchange is where you trade WW items, so you could trade in the GE instead of taking a risk of being scammed while trading in the Trading Room. Being chosen to be a Gift Trainee isn't hard, you just have to do everything you have to do to be a GT (like DIBS said).
Hope this helped!
P.S. I think this belongs in the Somebody Help section.
If you do everything you have to do and have all the requirements, it shouldn't be ''hard''.
If you are confused with the G's, here's some of the keys:
GT= Gift Trainee (the first stage)
G=Gifted (although we just say Gifted)
GG= Gift Guru
GC= Gift Coach (the person who trains you when you are a GT)
GTE= Gift Training Exchange (You will have a GTE when you are a GT)
GE= Gift Exchange (When you are Gifted or a GG, you get a GE)
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