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Great thought but not always possible, it is a catch 20 kind of situation. If everybody post every time we would have a good bit of unnessary things to read , which takes time and posting itself takes time. Which not all of us have to much of. There are different reasons people get on threads and then relize it is not for them. Wouldn't you rather have a response that is true and heartfelt then quick and false. I say we just make what we say and put out there count. The golden rule is always the best answer DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU HAVE DONE TO YOU
This is exactly why some people don't want to reply because you get snotty remarks back ,because people do not agree with your opions , you can't have it both ways . Check out previous post all are repeating what you said in your first post. I am new at this and from now onwill be more carefull what group I responed with.
I def agree with you . I feel like if someone asked the question or is sharing and you decide you are going to click on it you should then go into it with mentality that (unless its yelling or harsh) that you clicked willing to spend the time to read the post and give your opinion or aid. Because If its a question or a story it can take a lot to post and throw something you made like your new story or your new room out there to the masses and if its a question sometimes you mgiht feel silly or liek you missed somethign or really need jsut a simple answer or the comfort of knowing your not the only one that doesnt know. and that one reply of ionly read half but i liked it so far or ohive been wondering his too i'm gonna check back later to see if you get an answer and if i find out i'll share. Its simple and easy and quick. And hen everyone feels better
Let's say it says the thread has like 43 views,but no replies,how do you think that person feels?Bad.
What you do is, if you have enough time, your best to reply, if it's someone yelling and getting mad, then I understadn why you won't post, but if it's a story or something, well, if your not in the mood to read it, at least say something like "Good luck on your story!" or even simply "Wow!Awesome story!" that person will feel GREAT!
So when your viewing a thread, try your best to reply.
I know how it feels, having a story with like 40 views and just you who posted, makes me feel icky.
BUT,if it's a thread that says something like: "PLZ HELP!!"and it says like "How do you do THIS:"and you don't know the answer,I know how bad you can feel saying "I don't know."at stuff like that,you have a good reason NOT to reply.
Hope you understood my point!
I know! It would really make somebody's day to stop by and give them a congrats or a I love your story! I find it sad when somebody posts and then an hour later they post anybody there? BUT, in some cases, the people are viewing as guests that give them limited feautres, such as posting. I realize that there are usually more views than posts. Great job, rep! (:
Understandable that you want everyone to post ,but sometimes I open one and there is so many responses that it seems redundant to comment unless they want to get your help. I joined yesterday and it was quite some time before anyone even said hello. Makes you wonder if anyone is out there.
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