The phrase "I don't know"

@BunGirl (2639)
United States
January 27, 2007 12:51pm CST
Has anyone else noticed that recently anytime anyone types the phrase "I don't know" into a topic or response, it gets all garbled with html? I'm aware that we're not supposed to respond to discussions by just saying "I don't know" -- that's not what I'm asking at all. I mean in some very well thought out, well written responses I've gotten then person has used this phrase and the problem shows up. Any idea why this is? (BTW, I'm betting there will be several examples of what I'm talking about here in this post...)
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@mergl81 (195)
• United States
29 Jan 07
I have noticed it in a few posts I have seen. I've been wondering what that was all about.
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@missyd79 (3438)
• United States
28 Jan 07
i have noticed that also. i think it is mylot's way of tracking that phrase.
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@AskAlly (3627)
• Canada
27 Jan 07
I actually saw a discussion on this. Not the same particular phrase. I do find it is becoming more prevalent though. I have no idea what it is all about. I see it in posts all over.
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@Agimat (355)
• Philippines
27 Jan 07
Ah so that's why. I've had some responses where my replies had that. I just thought it was a random thing. Now I know. You're right, your post does have that glitch. Thanks for the info. I'll be sure to remember that next time.
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@ilunice (947)
• Netherlands
27 Jan 07
It is useless for anyone to say he/she does not know. if you don't know, then don't respond to the discussion and don't make discusion you don't know.
@istanto (8565)
• Indonesia
27 Jan 07
That was already written in guidelines you can't response with "I DON'T KNOW" that was bad words in mylot even sometimes that words was useful he he