Which you like more, Starting discussion or Responding to discussion

March 13, 2007 12:36am CST
I have seen a lot of my lot members they simply answer others discussions. They never start a new discussion. I like starting discussion than responding. What you people like
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@mom_of_2 (398)
• Canada
13 Mar 07
I prefer to respond to discussions. Me and you would make a good pair on mylot..LOL. You start the discussion and I'll reply !! Its amazing the things you learn here. Its a wonderful opportunity to hear other peoples views on a variety of topics. I myself have never been a creative writer so I find that most of my discussions get very few responses.
• India
13 Mar 07
Thanks for the compliment. I am always thinking some thing special to get more response.
• China
13 Mar 07
Actually, I like responding discussion more! Because when you are responding, at the same time you know others' opinions more quickly, many many opinions. On the other hand,if you have some problems,it's better start a discussion for friends' help.
• Australia
13 Mar 07
Yes. The flow will be more quickly. When we open a new discussion, the respond rate is very low. It will discourage our motivation to write anything~
@bindishah (2062)
• India
13 Mar 07
I think I like doing both - it just depends on what kind of topics you have to discuss. It is definitely thrilling to start a discussion and to have people take interest in it and respond to it. But I think it is equally entertaining to read and respond to other people's discussions. i usually try to strike a balance between the two.
@Julia3269 (217)
• United States
13 Mar 07
I haven't been here long but I see a new discussion started every few seconds - mostly repeating previous topics so it's easier to respond to the same thing over and over and over...
@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
13 Mar 07
yeah, it really happens here. but me, i love both responding to interesting topics and creating my own discussion.. it makes me feel more enjoying. i learned alot throughout discussions.