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Are you discerning with your "likes"?

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klone said:
Nah, I tend to be an under-liker, in that I will read a post and think to myself "Wow, that's a great/profound/intelligent/whatever comment and I really agree!" and then I'll move on to the next post. I have to consciously think about "liking" it.

That may be part of why my first marriage failed.

Mine too.

But-

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Davey Do has 35 years experience and specializes in Psych, CD, HH, Admin, LTC, OR, ER, Med Surge.

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Either way, this thread is cracking me up kind of like Davey's avatar thread...

Wait a minute- I think I might just have to have an anxiety attack-

You don't mean you like Klone's thread more than my thread, do you?

If you did, JKL, I don't think that I could take it.

It took so long to bake it.

And I'll never have that recipe again.

Oh no.

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What's the average like percentile?

That's a very good question, Autumn Apple.

I don't know, but Dr. Wayne Dwyer said that if we please 50% of the people, we are doing a good job.

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That's a very good question, Autumn Apple.

I don't know, but Dr. Wayne Dwyer said that if we please 50% of the people, we are doing a good job.

Well, between my thoughts on "banned words" and concerns about where I work, I'll be down to zero soon enough.

(thinks about it some more)

Wait!

HA!

You can't take back likes. Wooot. I'm safe.

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klone said:
Likes define me.

Could this define you?

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AutumnApple said:
You can't take back likes. Wooot. I'm safe.

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OMG. What................ever.

No, I hadn't noticed it.

Ok, I'm just going to stop talking (yes, is totally aware *that* is news likely to get liked).

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Kitiger said:
I do not "like" a post if it is vulgar, or if it expresses strong emotions (hatred, disgust, distain, etc.) with which I cannot agree.

Is this vulgar enough for you?

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It needs gray hair.

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Wait a minute- I think I might just have to have an anxiety attack-

You don't mean you like Klone's thread more than my thread, do you?

If you did, JKL, I don't think that I could take it.

It took so long to bake it.

And I'll never have that recipe again.

Oh no.

Anxiety. Oh! :eek:

I don't think I can take it.

It's gone from my head. :(

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I know this is not a very satisfactory answer but I just hit "like" when I like a post. Do I like it when people like my posts? Sure but that's not why I write them. I find this site full of interesting conversation about topics that interest me & enjoy joining in

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It's been established many years ago that I rely on "likes" as validation of my worth as a valued member of the Allnurses.com community. As such, whenever I get a "like" notification, I go to my dashboard to see who liked what post (yeah, I told you that I have self-esteem issues).

A curious thing I've noticed is that some members will just go through and "like" every post that's on a thread they're reading. I wonder why. Are they just so enthusiastic about the subject matter that they're just all "Hell YEAH!!" to every post?

Alternatively, I will sometimes notice that a particular member will have "liked" several of my posts in several different threads on different boards within a short period of time, and I'll think, "Is Davey Do (or you know, whoever) stalking me?"

So what are you patterns and criteria for "liking" someone else's posts?

I "Like" a post if I agree with the content of it or if it's a post from a member I really respect. I don't like people who stalk online...it creeps me out. That's just me.

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