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View Poll Results: Do You Prefer Giving Rep or Receiving Rep?

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  1. #51
    L'anima non dimora Donna Cecilia's Avatar
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    Both.

    Giving rep to let users know that I appreciate something that they posted.

    Receiving rep because I can know what someone thinks about what I post, or to have a response which can lead to an interesting discussion in our walls.

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    Recieving.
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    It's more thrilling receiving them [oh, you think I'm awesome? GEE ME TOO! ], but I do love repping someone & from it starting a whole conversation (about something cool!) with someone I haven't had much interaction elsewhere on the forums.

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    It may sound like a dumb question, but:

    How do you give somebody rep? I'm kinda new here and I can't find anywhere that says how to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paradigm-shift View Post
    It may sound like a dumb question, but:

    How do you give somebody rep? I'm kinda new here and I can't find anywhere that says how to do it.
    under the avatar and under where it says how many posts a person has posted there are 3 icons, click the one in the middle. if you put your mouse over it, it says add to <<member name>> reputation, click on that. To see your reps go to the User CP .
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    I love receiving them its sweet! I like to give them 2 though, its a nice way to vibe with people
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
    under the avatar and under where it says how many posts a person has posted there are 3 icons, click the one in the middle. if you put your mouse over it, it says add to <<member name>> reputation, click on that. To see your reps go to the User CP .
    Yeah, figured it was right in front of my face all along. Talk about N being oblivious details right in front of me. :blushing:
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    Yeah, I can fly. Aleksei's Avatar
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    Receiving. Nice ego boost.

    I like giving though.
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    Giving, especially when I have a short response to someone's post and when the thread has already taken its course, it helps for maintaining continuity and relevance throughout the thread.
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    I like to give reps... it gives me an excuse to say things that I might not otherwise say on the forum

    receiving is nice as well

    In general though, I prefer to give than to get, whether presents, oral sex, punches or reps
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