I am pissing myself with laughter!!!!

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@xboxboy (5578)
May 3, 2008 6:52pm CST
I answered a discussion an hour ago and made a jokey response. i then checked thier profile and discovered they have not replied to a single response in an entire page of discussions. i then went back to the discussion and added a response on someone elses response highlighting that they would get more responses if they put an effort in. (it was ironis as it was a discussion asking for people to give them more than 30 replies!) 10 mins later i got a friends request!!!!!!! Have you ever had such a crass request?
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@novataylor (6572)
• United States
4 May 08
I just opened a friend request from a 16 year old boy and I'm not, repeat not, going to accept it. Too tempting! No, just kidding, truly, but I thought it was funny. This kid is into nothing but games, as it would appear from his profile and I just have no interest in him or his games, frankly, so I'm gonna let it sit and see if he pulls it. I have another one too that's sitting, from someone who's username is their website or something and it's like, yawwwwwn, no thanks. Do people get paid for getting friend requests accepted? Is that why? Someone tell me, 'cause I can't figure out why these people would want me as their friend. YOU know how I am -it doesn't make any sense. ANd if they bothered to look at my profile and my discussions, they'd know. They guy you're talking about sounds just like the ones who request me! Yuck, who needs em?
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@xboxboy (5578)
4 May 08
i think they think they will get massive responses with the more friends they have. i wiped out 80% of my friends list and still get the same amount of responses. i think we are lucky if 10% of our friends regularly respond to one another. luckily we have a great set of friends!
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• Regina, Saskatchewan
4 May 08
I think the last one I got like that was from someone called 'xboxboy'. Do you know him? ROFL
@xboxboy (5578)
4 May 08
xboxboy is a nutjob! he has swallowed one too many magic mushroom!
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• Regina, Saskatchewan
4 May 08
Ah yes - the fungi and the weed - the only diet worth having!
4 May 08
It's annoying when people don't respond to your comments, i know sometimes when i really busy it might be a day or 2 before i do respond. I always make sure i do. What a cheek that they requested you to be a friend, i would have and then told them how this site works. It's nice getting feed back, especially if your feeling a bit down, it gives you a boost. It's like when you get a letter through the post, unless it's a bill. It's nice that people want to be a part of what your thinking or feeling. I might check that other discussion out to see what they have to say. Thanks for this post.
@xboxboy (5578)
4 May 08
cheers for a great reply.
@sisterjinx (1136)
• United States
3 May 08
lol I hadn't looked back at this discussion yet. Now I'm going to have to go check it.
@xboxboy (5578)
4 May 08
i bet they never notice this discussion!
@ellie333 (21029)
5 May 08
From day one I have always responded to every comment I have had on a discussion and can't understand people who don't but this one asking for so many replies but not themselves yes I agree totally ridiculous. Did you accept even if to nuture and teach the right way of doing things on here? Ellie :D
@zed_k4 (17627)
• Singapore
4 May 08
Hello there bro. I have certainly come across such users and I tend to take the "ignore" approach and would certainly reject their friends' requests, because I think it just defeats the purpose of them being in mylot. mylot is all about participation and helping others' out with their discussions as well, and if they are just out to earn, earn and earn without so much a reply or a comment, then I think it is time for them to move on.
@mummymo (23707)
4 May 08
LOL No I haven't had anything like this sweety but what I really want to know is ...did you accept? lol xxx
@dangnabit67 (2021)
• United States
4 May 08
I wasnt going to post to this discussion but I do have something to add. I made a discussion about mixed drinks. This one person replied and I liked what they put. I replied with an answer. Still they havent replied. Mind you they have over 1,000 post. I even tried to add them as a friend to remind them of the post, they have me pending-pending for a week. What they heck? Is it worth my time? Really pisses me off.
@grace24 (1050)
• Philippines
4 May 08
i am a new user here in mylot so i dont know a lot about here....but when i open again i found out that i got friends request....
@rhane7315 (5673)
• Philippines
4 May 08
it also happened on me lol but i guess they just wanted to earn some money in that way and want to gain some friends because i think that they think that they can earn some money when they got gain so many friends here lol
@Asylum (48223)
• Manchester, England
4 May 08
The person has obviously no time to be bothered taking part in a discussion but simply submit them in order to get responses. They also add a friend request for every member that posts in the belief that this will boost their earnings. We both know that this does not work, and they are also missing out on the value of Mylot by not participating. I suspect this member will soon disappear.
• Philippines
4 May 08
I'm new in Mylot so I haven't seen much of those as of yet. Maybe in the long run. I'd still add them to my friend's list though. People have their reasons for joining Mylot. Who are we to judge them? ;)