What's With Asking for Thanks...

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...in your posts? Is it a testimonial/social proof kind of thing that you are a helpful Warrior because you've got a bunch of thanks?

Just curious.

Mark
  • Profile picture of the author Ray Erdmann
    Yep!

    You nailed it on the head w/that statement!

    (Testimonial/Social Proof)

    FWIW: I NEVER give a 'thanks' to anyone who ASKS for it!
    I give it because I felt the information/software/whatever was worth the time it took the OP to post the thread to begin with...or someone made a comment that others wanted to say/mention, but didn't have the guts to say out in the open!

    IMHO...If you're not willing to give to those who are less fortunate than you without asking for anything in return....then maybe you shouldn't start threads in the first place until you are willing to give OPENLY without asking for handouts!

    But..this is MY opinion and much like gas mileage, yours will vary!
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  • Profile picture of the author GreatWhite
    It's pretty hard to get lots of thanks on WF. Don't see any harm in asking and receiving, plus it's kind of like having merit badges or ribbons on a uniform if you have lots of thanks under your pic.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ian Varnava
      Originally Posted by GreatWhite View Post

      It's pretty hard to get lots of thanks on WF.
      GreatWhite
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      Join Date: Dec 2011
      Posts: 4
      Thanks: 0
      Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post
      Actually you keep up that 4:1 ratio and you're gonna go places!
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      • Profile picture of the author tryinhere
        Originally Posted by Ian Varnava View Post

        Actually you keep up that 4:1 ratio and you're gonna go places!
        we are ? we do ? bugger me I'm still helping out with the dishes, feeding the dog, bringing in the trash cans and i get to chauffeur my bloody kids around when ever they yell dad ? talk about going places, but if people really equate any ratio as going places ? tell em their dreaming.
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      • Profile picture of the author Gerald Arno
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        Originally Posted by BIG Mike View Post

        I think that's a common misconception and the underlying reason why some members asked to be thanked.

        Assuming that someone is an expert in a given field or even that they're credible because of a high thanks count is risky at best. Like high post counts, this is especially true the newer the member is.

        There isn't a tangible metric on the forum you can look to in order to determine expertise, other than slogging through the posts the user has made to get a sense of their credibility. Even then, it's a "Best Guess" because they could be just parroting others, talking the party line and turn out to be completely different.

        If you want to build your brand and demonstrate your expertise, just participate here regularly, be consistent and contribute value to the forum.



        Not really...so let me repeat what I just said:

        If you want to build your brand and demonstrate your expertise, just participate here regularly, be consistent and contribute value to the forum.
        Well, if you look at the best selling WSOs you will notice that they are created by people with high reputation.. getting thanked is definitely a decent part of this forum.

        Yes, you need to be consistent with your forum posting or you will barely stand out.

        You should post insightful, value providing, and solution providing comments, because that´s where you get your reputation and traffic from.
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    • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
      Originally Posted by GreatWhite View Post

      It's pretty hard to get lots of thanks on WF.
      If it wasn't, then it wouldn't mean anything. That's how social currency works: if anyone can have all they want, nobody cares how much you've got.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    No you shouldn't ask for thanks. People should thank you naturally if you offered some kind of value.
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    • Profile picture of the author braincandy7
      I agree 100% that you should not ask and i never do.

      However there does seem to be a high % of people who ask for help and when they do get detailed answers from people still don't bother to say thanks in the thread let alone by clicking that button.

      Maybe it's a bit like saying "good morning" to a stranger in the lift or someone who makes eye contact with you..........most people seem shocked and don't quite know what to do when i smile and say good morning lol

      Originally Posted by Rory Singh View Post

      No you shouldn't ask for thanks. People should thank you naturally if you offered some kind of value.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    While it is cool to have lots of thanks, it looks rather desperate when at the end of your post, you write out a small request to other members to thank you.

    It violates both online and offline social norms! I only click thanks when I find something super or informative. If you're not getting any thanks, there is probably a reason for it
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  • Profile picture of the author Jtraits
    Ehehehe I tend to agree that the 'thank you' should come naturally or else it loses it's importance and value by asking for it
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  • Profile picture of the author Gerald Arno
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    Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

    ...in your posts? Is it a testimonial/social proof kind of thing that you are a helpful Warrior because you've got a bunch of thanks?

    Just curious.

    Mark
    Getting thanked is a huge help in building your brand here at WF.

    The more thanks you get, the more value you provide, the more you will be seen as an expert in your field.

    But it´s definitely not correct to ask for thanks. You want people to naturally thank you because they could benefit from your thread or post.

    Bear that in mind..
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    • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
      Originally Posted by GeraldGigerl View Post

      The more thanks you get, the more value you provide, the more you will be seen as an expert in your field.
      Some folks just get "thanks" for being funny. Does it make them a comedian? :confused::confused::p:p
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      • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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        Originally Posted by Fernando Veloso View Post

        Some folks just get "thanks" for being funny. Does it make them a comedian? :confused::confused::p:p
        yes ... lol. I give thanks to people who make me laugh and sit here and say "what a comedian"

        Ok ... you may thank me now
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      • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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        Originally Posted by GreatWhite View Post

        It's pretty hard to get lots of thanks on WF. Don't see any harm in asking and receiving, plus it's kind of like having merit badges or ribbons on a uniform if you have lots of thanks under your pic.
        Well sure, no one is going to die from it; but "thanks" are supposed to be given because you made a useful post, not because you ask for it every time you say something. Really defeats the purpose of the feature.

        Originally Posted by Fernando Veloso View Post

        Some folks just get "thanks" for being funny. Does it make them a comedian? :confused::confused::p:p
        It's what I'm basing my standup career off of, as I seem to get "thanks" for attempted jokes more than anything else.
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        • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
          Originally Posted by BIG Mike View Post

          If you want to build your brand and demonstrate your expertise, just participate here regularly, be consistent and contribute value to the forum.
          ^^ This.

          Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

          Ok ... you may thank me now
          Not this!! ^^ ... :p

          Originally Posted by Joe Robinson View Post

          It's what I'm basing my standup career off of, as I seem to get "thanks" for attempted jokes more than anything else.
          Not sure about this ^^ one.
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          • Profile picture of the author Haroon Ballim
            Maybe there should be a "No Thanks" , button too.

            Or ''Excuse Me " button

            Nah , not really
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      • Profile picture of the author tpw
        Originally Posted by Fernando Veloso View Post

        Some folks just get "thanks" for being funny. Does it make them a comedian? :confused::confused::p:p

        There are 10,000 comedians out of work, and YOU are trying to be funny??? :p
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        • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
          Originally Posted by tpw View Post

          There are 10,000 comedians out of work, and YOU are trying to be funny??? :p
          Nah, tried that back in the day. Tomatoes went flying faster then Paris Hilton knickers in a party... :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Only a fool would seriously consider somebody's 'thanks' count when deciding if they should trust / do business with them.

    Just like pretty much everything online, it can be gamed - and I place asking for thanks in that category.

    WF thanks isn't an indication of how well someone runs their business, how trustworthy they are or how knowledgeable they are. If you believe it is, I'll see you back here in a few months crying about how a "reputable warrior ripped you off".
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  • Profile picture of the author thedog
    It's a bit lame alright, asking for thanks.

    I always give thanks, if someones answered my question, or helped me, have to say, a lot of the time I return the favour, I get no thanks... maybe some warriors are just not aware of the thanks button?
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    • Profile picture of the author Gail_Curran
      Asking for thanks at the end of your post is a dick move, and just proves that you started a thread for self promotional reasons.

      Many people are generous about clicking the thanks button. If you're not getting any thanks, then maybe you just aren't providing the "amazing" value you think you are.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

    ...in your posts? Is it a testimonial/social proof kind of thing that you are a helpful Warrior because you've got a bunch of thanks?

    Just curious.

    Mark
    I've never asked for thanks, but I'd rather see people stop worrying about it and just post something so helpful that people just want to thank them.
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  • Profile picture of the author GodMode52
    I really hate to read someone who begs for rep/thanks.. Honestly most of time even if I read something useful and find that they ask for thanks I never click the damn button. Think about the possible expamples in offline world, it's just wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author cashcow
    I never look at peoples thanks count.

    When people ask for thanks it makes me not want to thank them.

    If you want people to thank you, the best way is to post stuff that deserves it.

    Could you all please thank this post.

    Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author R Hagel
    Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

    ...in your posts? Is it a testimonial/social proof kind of thing that you are a helpful Warrior because you've got a bunch of thanks?

    Wait, I thought we were able to redeem our thanks "points" into valuable cash and prizes. That's the reason you see all the begging for "thanks" around the forum.

    Is this not true? You mean I'm saving up my thanks points and I'm not going to get my sea monkeys after all?

    I'm pissed. What a revolting development this has turned out to be.

    Becky
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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      Originally Posted by R Hagel View Post

      Wait, I thought we were able to redeem our thanks "points" into valuable cash and prizes. That's the reason you see all the begging for "thanks" around the forum.

      Is this not true? You mean I'm saving up my thanks points and I'm not going to get my sea monkeys after all?

      I'm pissed. What a revolting development this has turned out to be.

      Becky
      Crazy deja vu...

      Someone thanked me...now what?
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    • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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      Originally Posted by R Hagel View Post

      Wait, I thought we were able to redeem our thanks "points" into valuable cash and prizes. That's the reason you see all the begging for "thanks" around the forum.

      Is this not true? You mean I'm saving up my thanks points and I'm not going to get my sea monkeys after all?

      I'm pissed. What a revolting development this has turned out to be.

      Becky
      Here's another sea monkey for you
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammed Hammad2
    Yea getting thanked by a lot of warriors helps other warrior distinguish helpful warriors from those who are not so helpful yet.

    I see no harm if I included for example a phrase like this at the end of a helpful reply:
    "If you see this post helpful/useful, then please press the "THANKS" button "

    That's my 2 cents

    If you see this post helpful/useful, then please press the "THANKS" button :p

    Best Regards
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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      Originally Posted by MidMido View Post


      I see no harm if I included for example a phrase like this at the end of a helpful reply:
      "If you see this post helpful/useful, then please press the "THANKS" button "
      The Warrior Forum already does this for you by sticking the button right at the bottom of every post for users to click should they find your post worthy.

      Posting that phrase just makes it look like you are fishing for thanks, which is perplexing to say the least...
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      • Profile picture of the author Mohammed Hammad2
        Originally Posted by Joe Robinson View Post

        The Warrior Forum already does this for you by sticking the button right at the bottom of every post for users to click should they find your post worthy.

        Posting that phrase just makes it look like you are fishing for thanks, which is perplexing to say the least...
        Hey Joe,

        yeah I know that, but some warriors (especially new ones) still don't know how or where or when to use it.

        But I understand your point of view and maybe it is not a good move after all

        Regards
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        • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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          Originally Posted by MidMido View Post

          Hey Joe,

          yeah I know that, but some warriors (especially new ones) still don't know how or where or when to use it.

          But I understand your point of view and maybe it is not a good move after all

          Regards
          Ah, yes, and what better way to "educate" them then to point out that they should thank your posts? Win-win for everyone and all that :rolleyes:.
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
      Originally Posted by MidMido View Post

      Yea getting thanked by a lot of warriors helps other warrior distinguish helpful warriors from those who are not so helpful yet.
      Not really. Some of the best information often comes from members who don't post that much and therefore haven't accumulated a ton of thanks. Learning to recognize useful information by examining the merits of an individual post is a worthwhile skill to acquire.

      I see no harm if I included for example a phrase like this at the end of a helpful reply:
      "If you see this post helpful/useful, then please press the "THANKS" button "
      Where you might see a simple and harmless request for thanks, others will read: "Please thank me - I'm desperate for love!". That's not such a good look.

      BTW, if you found this post helpful, please thank Becky - I'm in her affiliate program.


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  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    Hehe - yes it's a weird one isn't it.

    I've had a few thanks but never asked for them and like another poster said - if someone asks for thanks I never give them, but I do always give thanks when I read some good information or useful comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammed Hammad2
    I am sorry if my post offended anyone. I really didn't mean it
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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      Originally Posted by MidMido View Post

      I am sorry if my post offended anyone. I really didn't mean it
      You're good man. No one is burning you at the stake, just a little sarcasm at your expense :p.
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
      Originally Posted by MidMido View Post

      I am sorry if my post offended anyone. I really didn't mean it
      MidMido, I'm sure nobody's offended. We're just having a light-hearted discussion - it's all good.

      EDIT: Dang! That JR's quick on the draw!
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      • Profile picture of the author Bill Farnham
        The value of Thanks is in the giving, not in the receiving.

        Once you understand that you'll be glad you have the option to use it.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammed Hammad2
    You're good man. No one is burning you at the stake, just a little sarcasm at your expense .
    Thanks Joe I thought I might have done something wrong and I didn't pay attention to it.

    Enjoy your little sarcasm at my expense but watch out next time :p

    MidMido, I'm sure nobody's offended. We're just having a light-hearted discussion - it's all good.
    Aha, Great Frank, I thought a misunderstanding occurred so I wanted to fix it it is all good to me too

    Next time, I won't ever ask for someone to THANK me anymore

    Best Regards Guys,
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  • Profile picture of the author Raydal
    Asking to say "Thank you!" ?

    Well, I have to do that to my 2-yr old daughter all the time
    then she looks back and demands that I say, "You're welcome."

    The bigger kids are fine though.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tadresources
    I always thank anyone who gives out important information, makes an important announcement that I might not have heard elsewhere yet (Like about Google or something) or if someone is funny (which has nothing to do with IM but who doesn't need a laugh occasionally?)
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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

    ...in your posts? Is it a testimonial/social proof kind of thing that you are a helpful Warrior because you've got a bunch of thanks?

    Just curious.

    Mark

    It is a technique used by those who come from the darker side of the web... It is a carry-over from the BH sites...

    "Here is something I stole, and now I am giving it to you... Be sure to Thank me!!"
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  • Profile picture of the author Sanwal
    I seriously don't care about the "thanks" or any of that, never even wanted any, but i've noticed one thing, even if the post or information is useful, most people give the thanks to people who are either pretty old here on warrior forum or have a huge amounts of "post count."

    I don't know what to call it, however this is the main thing I've noticed.. donno if you guys have or not..
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  • Profile picture of the author Sanwal
    If this was a post by a warrior who joined right now or was relatively new, imo he wouldn't even get 2 thanks for this post instead of 13 :p
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    • Profile picture of the author tpw
      Originally Posted by Ghufran1 View Post

      If this was a post by a warrior who joined right now or was relatively new, imo he wouldn't even get 2 thanks for this post instead of 13 :p

      I think you are just being paranoid. I don't believe that for a second.

      People thank posts that they like...

      Joe Robinson and I share a common problem though...

      The WF restricts us to 25 Thanks per 24-window of time, and we always run out before 4am...

      I have given out 6249 Thanks... I guarantee you that if there were no limits, my outgoing Thanks would have probably exceeded 20,000 by now...
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      • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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        Originally Posted by tpw View Post

        I think you are just being paranoid. I don't believe that for a second.

        People thank posts that they like...

        Joe Robinson and I share a common problem though...

        The WF restricts us to 25 Thanks per 24-window of time, and we always run out before 4am...

        I have given out 6249 Thanks... I guarantee you that if there were no limits, my outgoing Thanks would have probably exceeded 20,000 by now...
        I've started hording mine .
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        • Profile picture of the author tpw
          Originally Posted by Joe Robinson View Post

          I've started hording mine .

          So now you have a few more until around 11am...

          It is still not enough...

          Maybe we ought to harass Paul Myers about giving us more Thanks to give out...


          ...Well... You start, and I'll continue....
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          • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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            Originally Posted by tpw View Post

            So now you have a few more until around 11am...

            It is still not enough...

            Maybe we ought to harass Paul Myers about giving us more Thanks to give out...


            ...Well... You start, and I'll continue....
            I thought you had to have 1,000 thanks before you could address him directly?

            Or maybe it was just you need a 1,000 thanks to get a free side with your next meal...I get my rules mixed up.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sanwal
        Originally Posted by tpw View Post

        I think you are just being paranoid. I don't believe that for a second.

        People thank posts that they like...

        Joe Robinson and I share a common problem though...

        The WF restricts us to 25 Thanks per 24-window of time, and we always run out before 4am...

        I have given out 6249 Thanks... I guarantee you that if there were no limits, my outgoing Thanks would have probably exceeded 20,000 by now...

        Naa, not paranoid at all..
        Just a thing i noticed

        Sanwal
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      • Profile picture of the author Sanwal
        Originally Posted by tpw View Post

        I think you are just being paranoid. I don't believe that for a second.

        People thank posts that they like...

        Joe Robinson and I share a common problem though...

        The WF restricts us to 25 Thanks per 24-window of time, and we always run out before 4am...

        I have given out 6249 Thanks... I guarantee you that if there were no limits, my outgoing Thanks would have probably exceeded 20,000 by now...

        Guess my thanks to thanked ratio is higher than yours
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    Thanked you for this post - nicely said!
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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      Originally Posted by Fernando Veloso View Post

      Nah, tried that back in the day. Tomatoes went flying faster then Paris Hilton knickers in a party... :p
      Holy crap, is it 2004 again? I didn't know Paris Hilton was alive, let alone relevant enough to joke about :p.

      Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

      Thanked you for this post - nicely said!
      Sig bait fail.
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      • Profile picture of the author tpw
        Originally Posted by Joe Robinson View Post

        Holy crap, is it 2004 again? I didn't know Paris Hilton was alive, let alone relevant enough to joke about :p.

        You win the Warrior Forum today!!
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      • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
        Originally Posted by Joe Robinson View Post

        Holy crap, is it 2004 again? I didn't know Paris Hilton was alive, let alone relevant enough to joke about :p.
        You can always thank me for informing you... ahahaha
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  • Profile picture of the author mosthost
    Save the thanks and send me the CASH
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  • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
    I'll just add what I've said before in posts here.

    Thanks, like respect, should be earned not asked for.
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