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Wurkoutgurl Wurkoutgurl 36-40, F 15 Answers Dec 8, 2012 in Community

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Only brownnosers and taddletales say thank you...over and over and over...

I'll only be thankful if I feel I truly deserved BA...and maybe, if I feel like being friendly...I just might say

Thanks

:-)

Hi honey

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Hi Ferric....We've gone too long not talking....we don't need to let that happen..=)
And thank you for your answer

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I would but a lot of people have restrictions on who can send them PMs

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Can't you just send them a message on their whiteboard?

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Nope , they have their filter set not to allow anyone who is NOT in their circle to contact them

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Well....guess they miss out on a thank you! ;-)

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Hmmm, no, but I don't mind if no one thanks me :P

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lol...feels good to be thanked...I guess I should start doing it then..

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No, and I wouldn't want anyone to think they should have thanked me. My goal in answering isn't just about trying to win favor.

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I totally agree. I just answer how I feel...not for a thank you.

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I always say thanks if it is chosen by the asker, but if it is chosen by voting, I don't. Some of them are only chosen because I was the only one who answered. No votes at all.

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thanks =)

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I like to say thanks right on the question, because some people ask so many questions that they don't even know which question you got BA for.

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very true

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most the time it's decided by votes, so the asker would be clueless

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good to know...thank you =)

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I always send them a thank you gift and let them know what question it was.

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okay...thanks =)

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Don't know either, but expressing gratitude is always good.

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very true

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Not every time, but often

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thanks =)

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When it's chosen by the asker I try to but sometimes I forget.

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thanks =)

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