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Discussion in 'Feedback & Suggestions' started by ihunda, Jun 30, 2013.
^ Theyre the highlight of my day. I should get out more.
^ i just liked your post...now like mine!!!
Awesome info in that and much I never knew.
I also agree with these views of general etiquette. I leave + rep for very insightful or helpful posts. I thank posts (mostly for NGDs) instead of replying many times if I just liked reading it and don't have time to respond.
I've left negative feedback all of 2 or 3 times and they were for posts where someone was being a racist bag of *&%$ (and the poster was banned quickly thereafter). In general, I just don't use it for anything other than identifying someone who doesn't seem interested in being part of the forum and generally just seem like trolls.
I think we all "liked" your post, not necessarily because we like it, but because we wanted to interrupt what you were doing to make you check the notification.
my mission will be to "like" him at least 5 times a day...
I've been trying to hustle my way to a gold bar ever since I joined up, but the 'Like' system ruined everything for me. Nothing could be more satisfying as I go through my day IRL than knowing that I have a gold rep bar.
I'm not joking.
Give me that rep. Stop liking my posts (although I do like seeing when people agree with me). I need that rep. Gotta have that rep. Can't be looking at all the other regulars over here with more rep than me, making me see red, ya dig? Ya feel me?
Most importantly, I was the first person to neg rep Shono.
Oh I know, any "DON'T LIKE THIS POST!" ...post, is a sure fire way to get half a million likes on it
I feel you. Just think how sweet it will be though when you do attain that elusive gold bar.
If it's any consolation, you're within a stone's throw of a light green bar now.
these are the gold bars i hard work for...
so, please dont "like" anymore...just rep lol
Thank you so much for answering this, I just couldn't figure out what it meant and it was driving me crazy (undiagnosed obsessive compulsive disorder.. must be).