short attention span

@mldsmd (39)
United States
October 4, 2010 9:32am CST
Ok so I know they encourage full long and descriptive posts and we are supposed to read all the responses before we respond but really? I mean some of these posts are so freaking long I get bored about 2 seconds in. Then to have to read all the responses before I can respond? Does anybody actually follow that "rule"? I'm bored already just writing this, there's no way I could read the whole thing. Just a random thought.
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@kodukodu84 (1576)
• Malaysia
4 Oct 10
No I don't follow it because of the rules. I do read all the responses most of the time so that I get the whole picture of what exactly the person who started the discussion is talking about. If I don't understand what it is all about, by reading those responses makes me understand more, therefore it helps me to contribute a good, mature, and helpful response to the post.
@mldsmd (39)
• United States
4 Oct 10
mature? what's that mean? I decided that the whole maturity thing is way over-rated. It's much more fun to be childish about everything all the time!
• Malaysia
4 Oct 10
Well it is your decision and your choice mate, there's no need to question me what's the meaning of maturity. It has many meanings, and it doesn't necessarily be taken against childishness. By the way, I replied more than just a word of maturity, it may bore you but please kindly read why I include the word of maturity in my reply then you will get what I meant :) Thank you very much!
@harry89 (2332)
• India
4 Oct 10
Well, i also don't follow the rules as i don't read the responses almost all the times i just write what i want to write. And also the topic of long length response i also right, its so boring to write such a long lenght disscussion but i don't know if it counts that much or not. But i also try to be lengthy so that i could earn more like i have done in this discussion.. Lol ..