What's easy? To start a discussion or to respond one?

@oarnamav (2708)
August 3, 2007 1:11am CST
I personally feel that asking questions and starting discussions is an easier task as compared to write a quality response to somebody's discussion. What's your opinion in this regard please?
7 responses
@chaluram (72)
• India
14 Oct 07
ITs better to respond and think even I could have started this topic. But if I did that nobody would reply.
• Philippines
3 Aug 07
I am better at responding.Its so hard to think of a discussion that has not been started by others
• United States
3 Aug 07
i have a much easier time responding to others discussions than trying to wrack my brain in coming up with a discussion of my own. my brain just goes blank.
@milott (2648)
• India
3 Aug 07
For me or according to me, i would say that responding to discussions is rather easy than starting a new discussion, as i have found it out myself here in mylot.
@Sicantik (706)
3 Aug 07
Hi there, I think both are equally difficult, however I prefer to response to one because it takes less time to do.. have a nice day...xx
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
3 Aug 07
Both are difficult in the sense, if one wants to post an interesting, thought provoking topics, then one has to give some work to brain. That is why I said it is difficult. There are thousands of topics which are simple, meaningless and totally useless, like Coke or Pepsi?, What do you take for breakfast?
@Calais (10900)
• Australia
3 Aug 07
I feel much more better when I respond to discussions, I dont have a great imagination to start a lot of discussions which I dont...I just respond mainly..