Is mylot addictive?

@arafol (232)
Philippines
January 8, 2010 6:35am CST
Do you find mylot addictive? Why? What is it in mylot that other sites do not have or mylot has an edge with?
4 responses
• United States
8 Jan 10
I don't know if I consider mylot addicting. I don't find myself checking this website like I would my Facebook account. Only reason why I usualy come on here is to blog about sports and stuff because most analysts out there in my eyes just sometimes miss the main points of certain things. Even if no one reads them I could really care less because at least I said it and got it out. Other than that hey I could live without the website.
@arafol (232)
• Philippines
9 Jan 10
Thanks for your response. I agree with you in terms of how you feel about mylot, there are many perspective a person can give based on how he feels so it may vary to some people whether they find mylot really addictive or not. And as long as mylot gives us the satisfaction we are looking for, it doesn't really matter whether we are addicted to it or not :)
@nar8988 (409)
8 Jan 10
Yes,you are correct herethat mylot is addictive but I can say that I have a control over it and I can control myself ,it can really make you addictive but I hope you also can contro yourself and not get addicted to it.But it is not bad if you are addicted to it as it actually helps.
@arafol (232)
• Philippines
9 Jan 10
Thanks for your comment. I guess you have a point there. It is for us to know when to stop and go. As long as being addictive to a thing don't give us anything bad in return, I think it is okey to be addictive to it.
@kpfingaz (1028)
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
21 Feb 10
I don't find it addictive because I have other things to do. Its a good site with good discussions though.
21 Feb 10
Well, I have not been here for more than two hours (including the registration process) and I'm already loving it. What edge does it have? Well the array of topics are endless for one thing. It's like a social networking, blogging, twitterish combination where you are free to help others and express your opinions.