I am one who accept all people as friends in Mylot....but i don t understand!!!

@icesmile (7172)
Romania
June 3, 2009 5:42am CST
I just want ask, why somebody who have 0 or just 1 post want to have 100 people as friends? I know that i start to add friends after i start few topics, and answered few too. I am wrong? For what we need friends if we don t start our activity here? Maybe for referrals? what do you think? why?
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8 responses
• Philippines
3 Jun 09
same as with you, i have accepted all mylot friend requests from everyone except for just one. that mylotter happens to have zero posts when i looked into his profile. i would at least want to see about his posts, what his interests are or the discussions he started so i could respond to some of his posts... BUT with zero posts... i don't have a clue what kind of person he is. like you, when i was a newbie, i made several posts before asking a few friend requests. i figure that you could be right, perhaps generating referrals is one of his agenda getting as many friends and not even posting discussions here or responding to some. mylot is an easy target for getting referrals and referral exchanges because of the large number of mylot population. and a great percentage of mylot users are all interested in earning online.
@icesmile (7172)
• Romania
3 Jun 09
Right in this moment, when i start this discussion, somebody rate me negatif , and my rating is 91 from 93...so..is this just revenge for my question?
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• Philippines
3 Jun 09
maybe just a coincidence. with your 830 posts, to bring 93 to 91 will take about 16-17 mylot users to rate you negatively. don't worry too much, you still have 9 stars. it will pick up again and increase...
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@vnrsudhan (1514)
• India
3 Jun 09
hi icesmile, those people out there with a post of 0 or 1 or less than10,are here because they want to stalk or troll on someone and get some referrals for their stupid scam sites and then they would start to spam us with scam links.its best if we can avoid them as much as possible.another user with only 3 posts has been repeatedly asking to be my friend for the past two days,and only now he has stopped,i took a look at his profile,and it said that he had joined before three years.whay would someone even remain without making friends for three years and with only three posts,and one more strange thing is i am seeing a lot of strange people like this these days on mylot.
@icesmile (7172)
• Romania
3 Jun 09
but i have few friends with 0 and 1 post
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@Calais (10900)
• Australia
3 Jun 09
Yeah, Ive seen this quite a few times..Its quite odd...Maybe they are on some self misguided mission or need friends to feel like a part of something..Its the internet who knows ???
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@rosekiss (30273)
• Eugene, Oregon
3 Jun 09
I have mistakenly done that, and now I don't know how I am able to get them out of my friends list. I guess I should have known better, but now it looks like I am stuck with them. I just hope they aren't spammers, but you certainly could be right. I won't do that ever again, as I will just deny them. I guess I like to give people the benefit of the doubt in here, but then maybe that is the wrong thing to do. Now I might end up getting hurt out of it. Oh well, it will be a lesson hard learned. Well, good luck to you and happy mylotting.
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@mysdianait (64058)
• Italy
3 Jun 09
You can delete them by going to your friend list and finding them and hitting 'delete'. They willno longer be on it. If they then send you another request just leave it 'pending' so they will neither be on your list or off it.
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@jugsjugs (13045)
3 Jun 09
I have made lots of friends on mylot they are all people with the same interests as me.I like to reply to their discussions as they all have the same interests as i do.A lot of people on mylot just start the discussions and never reply to any i have noticed.I would never ask anyone if they would be a refferal for anything but if a topic is asked about a site i have joined and they want to know more about it then i would tell,but only if they were to ask.
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@thea09 (18324)
• Greece
31 Aug 09
Hello icesmile, i have always in the past followed the practice of choosing my friends here with care so that I am not innundated with masses of one line new discussions of little value clogging my email. But last night I discovered a spammer who has two thousand friends and very few posts and has started several completely innane one liners of his own which have received at least 80 responses on each ocassion. Of course he hasn't responded back to any of them but it's handy to know for month end.
• Canada
31 Aug 09
I have often wondered about that myself. I will never understand why people want to have so many friends, if they are not interested in participating in other people's discussions. I accept all friend requests anyway (what do I have to lose if I don't? LOL) but I have also often wondered why people who participate so little want so many friends on a site.
• Canada
31 Aug 09
I have often wondered about that myself. I will never understand why people want to have so many friends, if they are not interested in participating in other people's discussions. I accept all friend requests anyway (what do I have to lose if I don't? LOL) but I have also often wondered why people who participate so little want so many friends on a site.