Do You Favour Particular Nations When Choosing Which Discussion To Read?

By Gill
@Gillygirl (15291)
Sutton, England
April 29, 2017 1:08pm CST
At present there are many countries in different time zones online on mylot. I enjoy the diversity of cultures on here and there is much to learn from varying nations. I do like to connect with others from the UK but don't favour their discussions over those in other places. Do you read posts from all over the world or stick with a few nations?
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@Corbin5 (81688)
• United States
29 Apr
I am an all-over-the-world visitor. I have learned so much by reading posts from all nations.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
Me too and I love looking at photos from different places.
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@JudyEv (101028)
• Bunbury, Australia
30 Apr
I have learned a lot about other parts of the world too from this site.
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@Corbin5 (81688)
• United States
30 Apr
@JudyEv It makes for a better world, I believe, when people of all nations communicate in a friendly manner with each other. MyLot does so much more than just allowing users to write a post here and there.
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@Mike197602 (13518)
• Worcester, England
29 Apr
I stick with what interests me no matter who writes it. That being said I'll favour a political discussion about the UK over one from other places.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
I don't see many political discussions fro the British. It's certainly a topical subject now. I find it interesting when other nations try and give their take on our political situation.
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@Mike197602 (13518)
• Worcester, England
29 Apr
@Gillygirl I like discussion but ignore the idiots that comment
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
@Mike197602 Yes me too lol. Well at least I know Jesus is with me.
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@BarBaraPrz (17547)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
29 Apr
I read posts from all over, if they sound interesting. (Those are lovely flowers. Are they in your garden?)
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
I love the way different nationalities perceive things and there is a lot to learn. The flowers are from a friend's front garden.
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@BarBaraPrz (17547)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
29 Apr
@Gillygirl Your friend is lucky. I hope she lets you smell her flowers.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
@BarBaraPrz They do smell very nice.
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@suripunj (615)
• New Delhi, India
29 Apr
i am waiting even i ever connect to alien through @myLot
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@Mike197602 (13518)
• Worcester, England
29 Apr
It could happen...
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
That's a good one. I don't know any aliens on here.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
@Mike197602 That would be fun.
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• United States
29 Apr
I don't pick by country - I pick by who I like and what the topic is. I do have a hard time reading some. Even through they are in English its like reading between the lines.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
Yes that can be difficult at times. I usually ask for clarification if I'm unsure. I do get confused by American English terms at times.
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• United States
29 Apr
@Gillygirl I get confused by your terms at time also
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
@AbbyGreenhill I used the term I would come a cropper on somebody's discussion. I had to clarify that it meant I would come to a bad end. I never knew what a hiney was a few months ago.
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@louievill (16346)
• Philippines
29 Apr
I simply just respond
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
I like reading posts from Filipinos and looking at photos of the wonderful scenery there.
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@rebelann (32331)
• El Paso, Texas
30 Apr
I look for discussions that are light hearted and interesting, I don't care who writes it as long as it's interesting to me. Now if it gives me a belly laugh so much the better
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
You wanna belly laugh! Just look down the comments as we have a biblical figure with us. @DaddyEvil and I were talking about this earlier.
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@rebelann (32331)
• El Paso, Texas
30 Apr
on my way @Gillygirl
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@rebelann (32331)
• El Paso, Texas
30 Apr
Well I flew down the comments and found one you made about a religious figure but decided I'd comment here as this figure has not yet found me @Gillygirl but from what I can figure about this figure he's actually making more money by what he's doing than most which is probably all he wants here in the first place. I've seen a few of the discussions he's posted but I get the wrong impression from what little I've seen so I don't respond to his junk.
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@DianneN (59484)
• United States
29 Apr
I read any post I find interesting and answerable. There was one member from a country close to mine whose discussions with questions were pathetic, ridiculous, and so boring, that it was impossible to give a meaningful response.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
That happens in several countries at times. I just move on.
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@DianneN (59484)
• United States
29 Apr
@Gillygirl This was from a former friend. We're so done and I couldn't be happier. I wanted to rip my hair out. The dumbest person ever.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
@DianneN I couldn't imagine you falling out with anyone so the person must have been bad.
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@LadyDuck (122007)
• Switzerland
30 Apr
I read posts from all over the world, most of the time I do not even check the country.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
I do look at the country as my response can depend on culture. I once used the phrase 'that's a shame'. The user thought I meant a certain thing was shameful.
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@LadyDuck (122007)
• Switzerland
1 May
@Gillygirl I check before replying for the same reason. Some users do not mention their country, but they start the discussion saying "it's a custom in our country...", that is very silly.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
3 May
@LadyDuck Very true.
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@just4him (92052)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
29 Apr
I enjoy posts from all over the world. There is so much to learn from every culture.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
There certainly is much too learn. I realised the USA was diverse but it seems more so than I originally thought.
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@just4him (92052)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
2 May
@Gillygirl That's probably because we are such a mix of cultures here.
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@DaddyEvil (22402)
• United States
30 Apr
I read and respond to people from any country, Gillian! It just wouldn't feel right if I singled out one country to inflict myself on, if you understand what I mean... I am on myLot to have fun and help others to enjoy themselves while here, too! If I also happen to make a penny or two during my playing, then I will gracefully accept it. If I don't, then I am not going to be overly upset about that, either.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
It's always a pleasure when you visit me from across the pond.
@Kandae11 (27038)
29 Apr
I read any post that I find interesting - doesn't matter where the member is from.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
I like to learn about different nations and their take on things.
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@andriaperry (33175)
• Anniston, Alabama
29 Apr
I love to read everyone, I am so interested in how other countries do things, since its out of the question to travel to any of them, right now.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
Me too and although I don't favour the USA over other nations I enjoy reading posts about your country as travel there is impossible due to my COPD.
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@JolietJake (41333)
29 Apr
I'm pretty international
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
29 Apr
A real trend setting globe trotter.
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@Daljinder (19877)
• India
30 Apr
I don't even notice Nations unless I want to. I am more into things and posts (be it a post comment or a response) that catches my interest and I interact with it.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
The content of a post is the main thing rather than a nation. I do like learning about other countries so it's useful to know where a member is from.
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@Daljinder (19877)
• India
30 Apr
@Gillygirl Until recently, I thought you were from USA. It was that post on your friend and the gondolier that I saw England beside your name. If I don't understand the post then I do check the nation to determine whether the person is a native English speaker or not. It helps me get the gist of the post
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
@Daljinder I once made a mistake. For some reason I had in my head that a certain user was from Canada. I made a comment about the weather in Canada. I cringed when she reminded me she was from the USA.
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@TheHorse (52829)
• Pleasant Hill, California
30 Apr
I read posts from everywhere. I do have a thing for dry British humor, though.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
Ah yes, British humour is very dry. We find humour in lots of situations but many think we are very reserved. I can burn water btw.
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@TheHorse (52829)
• Pleasant Hill, California
30 Apr
@Gillygirl I have done that. Plus I had to throw out the pot.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
@TheHorse Yes me too.
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@JudyEv (101028)
• Bunbury, Australia
30 Apr
I don't stick to a particular nation but I tend to favour those I'm following.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
I usually go to my follows first. They are from all around the world. It would be boring if we stuck to our own nations.
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@JudyEv (101028)
• Bunbury, Australia
30 Apr
@Gillygirl I check out newbies and 'no responses' from time to time. In my daytime it can get really slow here and that's when I might go elsewhere than just to those I'm following.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
3 May
@JudyEv I do the same but not every day due to time.
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29 Apr
I'm happy to read anything by anyone, from anywhere in the world ... providing I understand it and enjoy it, or it's thought-provoking and makes me think. :)
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
Yes me too. I find your posts creative and thought provoking.
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30 Apr
@Gillygirl Awww, bless you. :)
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
3 May
@Poppylicious Your welcome.
@megatron777 (3841)
• Guam
30 Apr
I read almost every post regardless where the myLotters came from or from what country.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
30 Apr
Yes we learn so much nation to nation.
@moffittjc (35708)
• Gainesville, Florida
2 May
I consider myself a world traveler on this site. I like visiting all nations and all peoples and interacting with them. I have learned so much about the world just from this site. I do not limit myself to particular countries when reading or commenting on posts. However, I think by default, I probably interact with more people from the United States than anywhere, but only because this is where I live and more Americans are active when I'm active (due to time zones and all). But, with that being said, I still look for diversity when I'm scrolling through posts to read.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
3 May
There is also a wealth of diversity in the USA
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@moffittjc (35708)
• Gainesville, Florida
4 May
@Gillygirl That is true, I never really thought of it from that perspective. But, I still like reaching out to those from other countries around the world. It's fun to see how life is in other places! It also reminds me that we're all much more alike than we think, despite our different cultures, religions and political views.
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@Gillygirl (15291)
• Sutton, England
4 May
@moffittjc I've noticed a strong sense of humour prevails no matter where people are from.
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