Only reason anyone would end up on my ignore list was if they made it clear they didn’t appreciate my posts through snarky comments or their posts really, really frustrated me cause they didn't appear to respect others opinions, ideally the later would not even know I exist.
I don't dislike anyone here so I don't have anyone on my ignore list. However, I am not surprised that no one has said who is on their ignore list. There have been so many threads/posts made on this forum attempting to deliberately hurt feelings (occasionally successfully) but more often than not, there seems to be a general reluctance of people to be forthright about it, which I think is ultimately a good thing.
It does make me wonder why so many people seem to frequently be biting at the bit to express anger/hatred though. I don't see what that achieves. *shrugs*
There have been so many threads/posts made on this forum attempting to deliberately hurt feelings (occasionally successfully) but more often than not, there seems to be a general reluctance of people to be forthright about it, which I think is ultimately a good thing.
I didn't make this thread in order to deliberately hurt people's feelings at all.
Who's this "Jennifer" people are quoting? Is that something from some other site? I'm confused.
I've never used the ignore feature, because I'm not a hater. I mean, quite literally. I'm just not invested enough to care when people post something obnoxious. I guess my brain has an auto-ignore feature. Things that don't appeal to me just become invisible, and don't register. I remember especially good posts, but I can't keep track of who I'm not supposed to like, because I just tune the negative stuff out. I've had friends say they can't stand the "drama" on MBTIc, and I never know what they're referring to. I guess the discussions that get flamey or obnoxious don't upset or annoy me, they just bore me, so I lose interest and go on to another thread.
I'm not a procrastinator. I'm a long-term planner.