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I know there will be many different opinions on this--so before I start I'd like to say if you don't agree, state your opinion in a nice way. Thanks
I think getting rep gives you a cozy feeling. But when I see rep with no comment, just blank, I don't know what I did well, and how that person felt. That's why I think a ten letter rule for rep would be good-or even a five letter rule if you just wanna post ,thanks, or something. To me, blank rep is just, yuck and doesn't give you any warm feeling. It's also like, "random rep" which isn't allowed. Just my opinion, feel free to post yours! Thanks! -honey
Last edited by honeyluv55; 12-16-2008 at 06:45 PM..
I agree with you! I mean, it's not that hard to just say "Thanks" or "Great idea" or something along those lines. If we did something good, why not tell what you thought about it, or what you liked enough about it to give us rep! I think there should be a 5 or 10 letter rule for Giving Rep, great idea!
I agree! Rep. gives you that cozy feeling is right honeyluv55! A ten letter or maybe 5 letter rule would be awesome. becuase when you a REP. form lets say me and I leave it balck you don't know what you did right and you don't feel as good.
Everyone remember that writing somthing to someone when you give them REP. Is very nice!!
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