what do you like more??

@akinad (448)
April 11, 2007 10:37am CST
posting discussions or responding to others' discussions?? i like commenting and responding to other discussions more than starting a new one..
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5 responses
@cherriemae (3374)
• Philippines
14 Apr 07
it's both i like..but i often respond to other discussions than posting new one because it's easy to respond to some discussions of my friends here. sometimes, in 1hr i can respond at least 10-15 discussions but i can only make my new discussions for only 2-4 per day. it's fun here because i dont only make money but also i make lots of friends like you..thanks girl..
@romel_ece (1290)
• Philippines
13 Apr 07
I always prefer responding to the discussions that I like than to start a new discussion.I really enjoy on responding those quality discussions during my free time.
@raijin (10373)
• Philippines
13 Apr 07
I prefer more on responding to other people's and my friend's post, am not that good in writing or telling some of my stories. So I just let myself gobble around and tip-toe on other's discussions. I'm sure that by doing this, I can get to learn and know more about issues and happenings. I can get more easier points, earnings and also the benefit of getting a "best response" mark.
@cynddvs (2950)
• United States
11 Apr 07
I like commenting on others. Sometimes I hit a dry spell and can't figure out new discussions to start. So sometimes it's more fun to respond to other people discussions. Although it is fun when I start a new discussion and get lots of feedback from it.
@gbolly54 (662)
• Nigeria
11 Apr 07
Hi, Akinad. I share your preference, too. I find it easier to comment on other people's discussions than starting my own. Many people are like us. Starting a discussion - reasonable and meaningful - requires a great deal of originality, which is not easy to come by without a deep thought and, maybe, some research. I am not talking of simple discussion topics where the originator simply asks a question. While I agree that commenting on discussions also requires some measure of skill, information and knowledge, it is mostly simpler. Thinking out a good topic is like coming out with a good project idea.