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- Dec 3, 2009
- Coolum Beach,Australia
After the thread is answered in the first few pages....the fun starts and the threads can get interesting as the pages mount up..
I hate it when you're typing a reply, just before the thread is being shut down, and you don't have a clue it's closing, then when you hit post reply it says, this thread is closed to further replies. Agonnnnny your response was so important! Now it will just be regulated to the bone pile of unposted replies. Who knows how many orphans, and aging widowers would have had their lives changed if only your reply had reached them in time.I find that the best policy is not to read any replies ever
Masterful!I hate it when you're typing a reply, just before the thread is being shut down, and you don't have a clue it's closing, then when you hit post reply it says, this thread is closed to further replies. Agonnnnny your response was so important! Now it will just be regulated to the bone pile of unposted replies. Who knows how many orphans, and aging widowers would have had their lives changed if only your reply had reached them in time.
Nooo, not dangly skin tags, little tiny warts. Like on a warthog, only smaller. I think I might have had my underarms somewhere they shouldn't have been. I think the needle-nosed pilers are the answer. Lemme see, uh, uggg, ahhh, well, only ten more to go!Never heard of "seed warts" but i'd try red hot match heads if I had them.
Nice side excursion on the thread BTW!
Oh, that reminds me: if you mean those dangly skin tags, there is a method using thread!
Double side-track score!...
Well now, a man of distinction no doubt. One who would forgo his own physical comfort so that the bowels of his beloved friend might be emptied upon the wayside under the conditions most sought by said friend.My take is going to be slightly different, so I don’t worry too much about redundancy. Public approval will wear well in a rare context, but my welcome was tattered and frayed long before I got up on my first stage.
If the topic itself is particularly interesting, I enjoy the posts of insightful members, as they are astute enough to know how dangerous it is to speak the truth to delicate and tender sensibilities. How rare indeed would the profound be, in the posterior of consensus where light entereth not.
Sometimes, due in part to my fascination with human behavior and the inevitable patterns that follow, I will allow myself the diversion of following along with a trajectory, but not being a trajectory forbids any serious tarrying as important matters await me, such as freezing while my dog, most particularly, seeks out the perfect spot to poop.
posterior of consensus
What do you see quite frequently?I see this quite frequently. Someone may ask a question and it gets resolved a page or two in, but people still post follow up questions, suggestions or even the same answer that provided the resolution. I've even seen people admit that they haven't read the whole thread and post anyway.
I get not reading five (or whatever) pages - sometimes you don't have that much time. And of course it's possible to simply overlook a post that contains information you were going to post.
But deliberately posting blindly like that doesn't really contribute much. It's usually just cluttering up the thread with redundancy.
So, stand up, take responsibility, hold yourself accountable: why do YOU do this? (And if you don't - thank you.)