What are your favourite features on using Hubpages?
I like the way you can go back and read comments you've written months ago. I've read a few of my old comments and thought I must have suffered from Typesomnia. A rare condition, whereby you type in your sleep. Lol.
Anyway, what's your favourite Hubpage feature?
Pretty girls, Russians, Charming Gents? O.K. I guess they could all pass for features on the Hubpages. Lol
The people here. I have been on most of the major social sites and on Orkut I was the most successful member. Everywhere there is such abundance of haters. YouTube, FB, Orkut and even Digg is so full of haters.
The Hub Pages members are cool and anti-hate.
I guess my favourite feature is being able to communicate with the friends I have made here through comments on forum posts and hubs.
Welcome. You obviously haven't visited the religious forums yet
Lol... yea you are rite, but after being on a huge number of forums, the hate thing is nothing on HP as compared to those forums. People are too emotional when it comes to religion and I hope you know the kind of things they say in religion fights. HP is still better than other forums.
I hope you say hi in your new Journal sometime. The board is coming along swimmingly.
The comment feature because it allows for great debate. Most of the comments on my articles are better than the original post.
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