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I know what you're talking about. Even if the person made the thread/post WAY after the fact, be polite about it. Instead of saying, "Ya...that was kind of in the news like...hmmm...a month ago!" or "Ya! Where have you been?" say something like, "Oh ya. I saw that too! I think it was confirmed that (whatever) will happen!"
I recently saw a thread about (or something like it), "GANZ made a Croc and Floral Fox??" when I was just a visitor here, and a lot of people were answering rude things. Then there were a couple posts saying things like, "Ya they did! I was so excited! I have them both! They're so cute! "
There is no need what-so-ever to be rude. Even if it is a late post. The person who made the post believe they are helping ppl..I always believed if you have nothing good to say than keep your mouth shut (or in this case - your typing).
I completely agree with you to many people are quick to put someone down or point out there mistakes. If you can't say something to someone and be nice about it don't say anything at all, and if you only live to find the mistakes in others it might be time to find a new hobby!!!
I really agree with you. That's so rude to just go up to someone and just trash them like that. EVERYONE just remember don't let it bother you. Let it go and say to yourself: " Well, that person just doesn't know how to act nice."
I'm constantly feeling bad for the person who might be new or just young, or just hasn't seen the newz headline and then all these people come at [like] a mad rush at them and start saying mean things, and I try my best to console the attacked member-people are too harsh and too quick to judge on here! We all need to take a deep breath *sigh*, and remember others feelings .
Golden Rule : Treat others how you would want to be Treated
Indeed. Flip it around and put yourself in the other person's position. Would you want them to say it to you? If not, it isn't worth printing.
I have three rules that I follow on this.
#1) Is it going to help the contributor
#2) Is it going to help others
#3) Is it important enough to be said
If I have to answer NO to any of those, chances are, it isn't worth writing.
Fairlyoddmom has said it often enough in many of the comments that she has edited, 'If you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all.' AND also, if it is offensive, do not hesitate to press the red flag The moderators are sensitive enough to dispatch 'personal attacks' like that very quickly
I think everyone has thought they discovered something new at one point or another. I've done it myself a couple of times and found out it was old news. Well, it was new to me obviously. Fortunately, I haven't had anyone be cruel about my mistake.
Also, yesterday I noticed a lot of threads about new floating ribbons. This is very old news for most of us, but for that person it was new and very exciting. Don't you remember the first time you got a POTM chocolate? So just say something like, "isn't that wonderful? I love the ribbons too. They come on the 1st and the 15th of the month" This way you've given them more info on it and also agreed with their post instead of embarassing them.
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