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i disagree. if you just have to say hi, or bye, or ok, or cool. those posts are spam.
hi = oh hi -insert username-. whats up?
bye = bye -insert username-. see you later!
ok = ok, sounds great!
cool = wow thats so cool! where did you get it?
if you cant type those, that is spamming. i find the (10 letter rule) EXTREMEMLY annoying. WI should make it a rule that you cant say that.
its not even worth posting cool, hi, ok, anything like that if thats all you want to say. take time to post a helpful post. if you want to get into the GE, posting 10 letter rule everywhere sure aint gonna get ya in there.
---------- tee1000 added 2 Minutes and 59 Seconds later ----------
Originally Posted by i <3 webkinz!
I disagree completely. There can be NO meaning to a post that short.
If you want to say hi to a friend, say something like "hello my dear friend" versus just the "hi."
but normally you wouldnt even say hi to a friend in the middle of a thread anyway. so the 10 letter rule mostly is just for people who just join and have nothing better to do but spam threads with i like pie, or cheese or some other weird thing like that.
Last edited by tee1000; 08-03-2008 at 03:33 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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