Do you ever just wish you could delete a thread you started?
I haven't but there are quite a few I've decided to ignore. After a while sometimes you have to move on, and that seems to be the best way. You could start another newer and more interesting thread. One where we can use more than one word to describe our inner most intimate thoughts!
No. I suppose if somehow it turned on me and got horrifically embarrassing or something I might. Otherwise, I can't imagine why I'd want to. Worst case scenario is that the topic doesn't go the way I envisioned it would, but I'd just go with the flow at that point.
You can also email HubPages Staff and request that a thread be closed and/or deleted. They might or might not do it, depending on the reason.
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