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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by cupajoe, Jul 17, 2008.
Do you care about your post count?
I like to have alot, but I won't go spamming for it.
I've just gained a lot of posts since I was given permission to post news and releases on the Portal.
You're not respected by the amount of posts you have; you'll be more respected if you have good quality posts (contribute to the topic, respectful to other members, etc.).
certainly! my post count is like the equivalent to the length of my ______ in real life - it matters plenty.
JPH has got a massive tool
i kid btw xDD
I don't have many posts, but I'm asian afterall. lol
As JPH said, you get the reputation by the quality, not the quantity.
As to the topic, NO. Though I post more when I'm nearing a "100" figure. Other than that, no.
how many do I have ?
I don't care at all, it doesn't change anything past 100 (to gain access to the trading forum).
I post when I have something to say and not to make more posts or being more acknowledged.
Back when I started joining forums a few years ago, I was obsessed with posting to get a high post count just to look cool. Now I don't care at all. I just post for the fun of it.
I use to but now don't, I post too much to care.
Being able to be useful and give an honest opinion that doesn't flame anyone is what matters.
i don't. it's nice to have a big post count. but since the equation lots of posts = large e-penis doesn't exists, there's not much left for me to actually care about. i think quite a lot about what i'm going to post, because quality > quantity.
Post count has never meant anything to me. There are people with 50 billion posts, but if it's just a bunch of spam, what does the post count mean? Nothing.
The content of your posts means more than how many times you've hit submit.
*points to your av*
I usually don't know what my post count is, until someone mentions it or after I post on "post count" related threads.
So I'll check how many I have as soon as I add this.
I have to keep spamming the forums until I reach over 20 million posts. I must not fail!
Ya, thats the only reason I'm posting this message.
But in seriousness, I think when people see high post count, they think old member, knowledgeable member, valuable member. I usually don't even look at joined dates, but mostly just post count. But having high post count and not a connection to the community is pointless. Also, you need a flashy avatar for people to remember you by