Hi everyone, I just joined with website a couple of days ago and I've met some amazing people, I just wanted to have a moment and celebrate some of the people that have been really nice, helpful and supportive in my journey.
(Please don't get offended if you're not in this list it's just for fun)
Without further ado......
1. CentsLord - Your the best are writing clear and concise answers and responses with a Profesional tone of politeness.
2. CPhill - Always active and truly selfless person, and a rock god (PEACE MAN!).
3. somehelpplease - A fellow two-set fan and a great person.
4. Melody - though strict at times good-hearted and taught me the guidelines for this website and some norms to follow
5. littlemixfan - Enthusiastic and fun
6. HELPMEEEEEEEEEEEEE - taught me not to like my own posts
THANK YOU, EVERYONE, WHO IS NOT ON THE LIST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
LETS LET THIS TO 100 LIKES
Thanks, LuckyDucky.....glad to have you aboard this crazy train !!!!
haha i'm probably going to sound really dumb -- but why can't you like your own posts?
You can, you even should, so long as you are 'fair' about it.
You should be at least as generous to other people's answers as you are to your own.
You should only give yourself a point if your answer actually deserves it.
Some people make a habit of adding a string of mind-numbing posts and then give themselves multiple points for each post.
Often these same people never give any one else a point.
This type of behaviour is not acceptable and it does not go unnoticed for long.
I am not accusing LuckyDuck of ever behaving in this way.
My reason for Lucky to not like his own posts is because if there is a wrong answer but it is marked with a +1, people can take away the wrong information from a question / post.
*Note: I'm not saying that Lucky has a lot wrong answers or anything...
I rarely check posts when I give points.
Generally I give points for 'effort' not for a correct answer.
Even if I know the answer is wrong I might give it a point.
I would never intentionally give an incorrect answer but there are a lot of people who cheat here and if they're wary of the answers that are given to them here that is a good thing.
Also, people should have enough knowledge to work through an answer and then reject or accept it.
If they are a wary they can ask for clarification or they can request someone else to take a look.
SO if you think you have given a helpful or worthwhile answer then you can give yourself a point.
I wondered the same thing but I tried and it didn't show up...
Same! I technically "joined" about a month before, but I was inactive until I decided to become active. You were the first person I met, and we both share the same interests alongside all the wonderful people on this forum! :D TY Everyone!