How Many.....

United States
January 17, 2007 4:14pm CST
How many actually take the time to think out discussions and responses? How long does it usually take you to make up a discussion? Do you usually get many responses to this well thought out discussions? Please give a detailed answer one or two word answers will be rated negatively. With most of my discussions I have at least spent an hour or more, just in researching alone. Than another hour or so handwriting it out and getting my thoughts out on paper in a sensible way. Than maybe less than 10 minutes typing it out on here. Only to have many go unanswered. I do understand that it may not be of interest to many on here but do they even get a bit of consideration? As for my responses I try to give a good amount of thought to them before replying. If I can't come up with a good response than I just leave the discussion instead of leaving one liners or a one word or two word answer.
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• United States
20 Jan 07
I try hard to think out a good discussion and response. If it isn't something that I know about, or not interested in, I will pass being involved. I try very hard to reply to the people that replyed to my posts, but that is getting almost out of hand now. There are not enough hours with the numbers that I am at now. But, I do read every single response, and rate them all. Sometimes I still will respond. I don't give a short response to anyone, unless it is that sort of a question that requires no thinking.
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• United States
28 Mar 07
Bless your heart, thank you for the best response sugar.
• United States
28 Mar 07
You're welcome! :)
• Canada
28 Mar 07
Honestly hun it all depends on my mood. I have noticed if I'm upset, mad or even hyper and happy I can't wait to get it out of my system so I start a post. For responses I usually take a little bit longer because I want to make sure that my answer makes sense. BUT I also only respond to postings that I know about or have been in the situation otherwise I will skip it and move on to the next. I do however try to answer my friends on every posting because their my buddies :)
• United States
28 Mar 07
Sounds like me. I try to post a quality response to all my friends discussions, but some I have no clue what to say in them so I just leave them be. I still try to put a lot of thought into my discussions as well, but lately it's just been stuff I have been wanting to get out of my head or truely need some advice on.
@happymommy3 (2013)
• United States
28 Mar 07
As far as posting goes, goodness, it's always different for me. There are days when I just have so many ideas and am just ready to start posting away. But than I have days when I can't think of a single thing, or I will have maybe one good thing to post about. I don't post everyday though because I make my money better when I respond alot. I do try and take my time with my responses though. I think it's important because I think about how I feel getting short responses and how it feels to get a response that you can tell someone put their effort into so I like to do the same for others. I also will not even leave a response at all to a discussion if I really can't think of anything to say. I think why waste my time if I could be spending more time responding to something that really interests me:)