Easy way to avoid "20 characters"

they allow people to socialise, anti-socially. :man_shrugging:

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Well, number of replies overnight, is same as amount of characters we want to avoid!
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We’re doing a lot of communicating, about not communicating. :blush:

Hehe

:arrow_up: no one knows what I have written there after “hehe” !
Only mods can check that!

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They were delicious, i didn’t get their name but i think it was Mediterranean… They tasted Italian lol :+1:

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I suppose if I’m answering either of those questions with a post of my own – and not just clicking on options in an actual poll – that I’d give at least some minimal explanation for my reasoning for why or under what conditions.

(For example, a question like “is this hero a good hero?” is pretty much always a “it depends on/compared to what you have overall, in that color, in that class, that has similar abilities, how old your other heroes are, etc.” sort of answer, really.)

It’s a bit like leaving a review for a product “4 stars out of 5.” Sure, OK, but … why? Why 4 in particular? Seeing the reasoning behind the review is often what makes that particular review useful/relevant (or not) for any given person reading it.

If all we want is an aggregate of discrete answer choices, that’s kinda literally what polls are for (and a lot easier to read than scrolling through, e.g. 200 “yes” or “no” posts, especially for those posts that have no further reasoning presented).

I realize that not all people go on like I do! I’m just saying that we have options to have really short form answers like “like” or poll votes.

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There are a lot of Community Content threads where all you need is a number or a word, for those, I find the < somethingsomething > easier.
For most of the other threads, I totally a-Gwi with you.

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:thinking:: I want to find a way to say less.
:sweat_smile:: Can’t we talk about it?

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:laughing:

:+1:

On a well crafted joke

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Blimping it up!