Going through this part of the site, there seem to be many questions posed with the sole purpose of attracting as many quick answers as possible.
I have grave doubts whether simply asking for a limited word passage, or a word game with no genuine challenge behind it, constitutes any effort at genuine interaction.
In the spirit of fun, however, and without any intention to offend - which game or thread is the least interesting?
My personal vote is the apparent "say any two words" mindlessness.
try this one: say anything in 'one' word Or...how about the counting the numbers-either up or down.
Thanks Denise - check my other thread on bucket list
I'm not a particular fan of the "say anything" or other word-related threads (they require too much thought ), but I like a good counting thread here or there. You can always count on them (as they say) to break up a first page with too many religious or Obama threads in a row, and they're a good break from traffic-stewing threads. There's just something about the absurd simplicity of a good counting thread.....
(Hey... It's about time someone go resurrect that "count-to-200,000" thread again. There's much work still to be done on that one. )
You could try making a thread on the complex variations of the rubiks cube vs. domino stacking. I'm sure that wouldn't get very far. *shrugs* I've been wrong before though.
Well since you said attention-seeking hub thread, I would have to go with Recommend Another Hubber's Hub thread. You must enter the thread, go to the end of the thread, then check out the hubs of the person who last posted, read one of their hubs and then recommend it.
If you have no interest in doing so, then so be it. You are not required to post to the thread, but it is the most attention-seeking hub thread on HubPages.
The least mindless was the 'banned' thread where you had to find reason to ban the person above you each time, but they banned me so I gave up on it
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