When I type in the comments box on my hubs, they keep disappearing as I write. Is it just me? Never had this before.
Hasn't happened to me...only problam I have been having is when i hit comment after writing it, it doesn't who up. What I did and do to fix it is close out the internet, then restart it up again and it fixes itself.
It would seem to me that "who" = "show".
The "s" was obviously out to lunch during the making of her comment.
That's just rude.
wow I type too fast sorry it is supposed to say Show up...it doesn't show up after I hit the comment button. Sorry Dolores.
I'm stating to think that to 'who up' has a nice ring to it.
I was wondering what "who up" meant to.
Actually, I kind of wish it really did mean something. It sounds kind of cool.
I make words up all the time. lmao maybe I should make my own dictionary. HAHA The Dictionary of Crazdwriter's slang!
Who up could be a new verb indeed. I'm gonna use it and credit it to crazdwriter.
BTW, strange things seem to occur on hp these days, like hubs showing there are 0 comments on them when in reality they have tons.
How about, if someone asks someone with a screen name what their real name is.... Whether or not the person with the screen name reveals his real name could be whether or not he is willing to "who up".
If a couple of people start to brag about themselves and try to out-do the other, maybe it would be a case of "who-ups-manship".
could be just a hub glitch.. which browser do you use have you tried emptying the cache to see if it makes any difference?
Ok. I'll stop. Besides, I have to go educate myself by reading some Swine flu info on the site of the World Health Organization. After I've studied up I can say I've "WHO'd up" on flu info.
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Hey folks,Do people who visit our hubs from the web have to sign up with Hub Pages in order to comment on one of our articles?
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