I have a question. What is the criteria of getting a 100 hubber score?
I had assumed having a great hubscore is no big deal? Not that i wouldn't want to hit 100 myself,(dont even have the foggiest idea as to how i got to the 90's), but i'd rather earn more friends and MONEY, than worry about my HS.
Sorry, yes, you're right, froggiest.
I really have to do something about my speeellings. Getting sao embarrassing!!!!
Oopps!! did it again
Doubt if you'll find out here...cause the "stand up comics" have taken over
Yes, everybody be deadly serious, that'll make this place a whole load of fun, somebody pass me something sour to suck on, I too would like to be a stony faced bore.
And if that includes me, I'd like to think of myself as a horizontal comic.
Standing up requires a bit more effort.
Hey, why does it say that I said that, lol, that was the old bird in the sepia tones 'Back in my day we used to have real forums, none of this modern day having a joke about serious issues like hub scores malarky.'
Look furball - an old chestnut this
Publish good quality articles, original too (not casting aspersions at you, just stating the facts), think about the presentation etc.
Participate in the community. Forums, reading, commenting, answering questions and what have you.
And pull in external traffic.
Others will no doubt appear and flesh this out.
Now get busy Bamboo Masticator
Don't know. Just seemed to fit nice.
Maybe it's some kind of sugar substitute?
Doubtful. All frogs are covered. Aspersion doesn't sound froggy.
Definitely think I'm right about the sugar thing.
1. a damaging or derogatory remark or criticism; slander: casting aspersions on a campaign rival.
2. the act of slandering; vilification; defamation; calumniation; derogation: Such vehement aspersions cannot be ignored.
3. the act of sprinkling, as in baptism.
4. Archaic. a shower or spray.
Above robbed from a dictionary.
So it's not sugar then. Or froggy.
Can you speak English? It's all Antarctic to me.
Meu deus *smacks forehead* Desculpe-me - O meu inglês isso mau??? Pode vocé falar o portugûes?? É isso melhor???
*apologises if any of the above is incorrect. I'm crap at portuguese. And english by the sound of it*
Ho hum. I thought you were second in command only to the Panda God?
You're not really very ompipotent are you furball?
Aspersion - I meant that I wasn't casting doubt on your hubs. I wasn't saying you don't write well or original content.
Clear are we now?
*wanders away for a headache tablet. Pandas. Shrugs*
Is this just "snappy reparte" or does it have something to do with getting a score of 100?
Criteria for reaching 100 HubScore:
1. Become a fan of the Frog
2. Encourage all of your friends to become fans of the Frog
3. Read and study The Book of Frog
4. Make multiple profiles and use each one to fan the Frog
Now, Froggy will protest this but it is only because said Frog refuses to acknowledge her frogciation with the HubScore formula.
Jadwigga. Jealousyis as jealousy does. And gets you nowhere half the tiem and somewhere noe of the time.
I am THE frog. Forget the pigpecked one. I'm IT.
And I don't have a hand up my ass either ...
Oh and glad you ignored the furball. He's sulking.
of course I'm jealous!!! You have a dragon, your own cult like following and you were just adopted!!! How cold I not be a little , er...green
alek - the question was answered at the start, pretty much
Voodoo - ha lol!
LOL The Frog is so helpful and patient these days. What can we do without'em?
Stop having fun.
'Droll' is the word of the day.
Let's have some calm.
And Voodoo - you're welcome. How talented am I?
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