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I try to look at older posts more often than I used to.
A lot of my Threads are days, weeks, months old and haven't been touched in...goodness...possibly since the day I made them. To be honest, this makes me extremely sad. It also makes me feel unimportant, and unappreciated. So I try to just post helpfully and leave the thread-making to other members.
I like this because you have made a statement I have trying to live and post for a little while now. Thank you so, very much!
Last edited by PrincessToeshoe; 02-19-2009 at 10:38 PM.. Reason: text
I know that most people mainly look at only newer threads and posts, I find this rude. Someone may have a really good shop, story, role play, etc. on page 3, 4, 5 etc., these threads need to be appriciated too. And older posts are also ignored. They may have a good point, idea, etc. Alot of people have been saying that it takes a long time, just look at ones with not alot of posts, I'm pretty sure the creater of the thread will appriciate a post! -wowewe
Great thread...I know that my avvie/siggy shop is in the back few pages because my shop isn't as "popular" per se as someone that has had their shop for a very long time, but i still make great graphics.
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