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Hmm... I kind of agree. What if some one asked a question, as many people have pointed out, like how do you get an avi? That only takes about 15 words. And in polls, like what is you favorite color, all they have to say is 'Hey, what is your fave color, mine's pink.' So rethink what you said, you may change your mind.
I don't believe that's a good idea.
Sometimes people have a quick question, and can't find the answer anywhere else.
So if they put the question as the name of the thread, and there isn't much else to explain, they usually say "The title"
And there's nothing wrong with that.
But if they have to type 80 words, what are they supposed to do?
I'd have to say I don't agree with it. I mean....polls? I don't think you need to write a whole paragraph just so you can get people to vote on whatever. And for the ideas, some can be very small, and a lot of people post ideas so other can add to them.
Good point, sometimes one-sentence threads can barely qualify as an actual thread. But sometimes short n' sweet is a good thing ... as long as they get their point across, then I think it's ok. Maybe not 80 words, but more than just the bare minimum.
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