Oh no need for harm I will do my best to read everyday your hubs :p I left you one comment there
Funny forum thread.. of course. But I managed to drag myself over to your profile page, if that's what you call it, and I looked at the American Chicken thing. There was no way I'm reading any of that sexy poetry stuff again - not in this hot weather.
Anyway, I grudgingly read it. As I have explained before - I don't do reading. Sure I read my own stuff back to see if I can make it any nastier - but I am not a good caring Hubber.
It made me smile and feel a little sad and was quite excellent. The Google world will never find it because they only care about "Doing the Bleeding Obvious" "Buying Cheap Crap from China" - but I liked it.
Hi everyone! This thread puts a smile on my face...I just joined Hubs two weeks ago. I hope to learn a lot more from you guys. Haven't started reading your Hubs, but will do.
I read a few of them, the one on Male Survival is awesome!
Wow! That was a joke? For someone like me who has extremely low traffic, that was a blow! But I refuse to solicit reads. I rather get them on my own merit. Glad you are okay!
Note to self: That's okay Omgirdle. You did a good thing. (the proverbial pat on the back) You will get it back 10 fold. The universe is watching!
Hope it was a joke! I would not lie about your work, however would give feedback so as to help you improve it.
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