-Every statement, idea, and bowl movements made or observed is followed by the statement, "That would be a good topic for a hub..."
you wake up in the middle of the night I say I better check approve those comments on Hubpages !
Do we have a topic category for defecation?
I'm having feelings of dejavoo and amnesia at the same time.. I think I've forgotten this before.
You post something first thing in the morning in the forums just so you can see what your author score is. If its higher, your whole day is ecstatic - if its lower, you start scrambling around looking for a way to get more viewers!
You spend more time looking after your hubs than your children.
when interviewing for a job- you ensure that you may use their internet connection during your lunch hour and breaks for personal use-just to check your comments and the forums.
you've gone out to lunch for the first time in 3 months and you are writing down notes for your latest hubs - at the table!
You're a real hubber when you check hubs on regular basis and leave comments, even if you don't feel like writing your own due to personal problems- like health problems- that deter your will to write.
You're being made love to, and all you can think of is lines to pen down for your next hub...!
holy crap that toatly happend to me last night...but to be fair it wasnt exactly "making love"....
sadly, it's true.... I don't blame him...I blame myself of course!
edit: now what the hell am I smiling and saying that for??
Very psychotic all of you, I see !
yep, hubbers get called that often too...
You know your a hubber when you log in everyday, with no regard for your health you soldier on and check your stats and answer your comments, then you write more hubpages on top of hubpages and do it all again the next day, always calling you in your sleep to log back into hubpages....the evil of it all!
AND also when you start saying more with those smileys than normal words....!
LOL! Falsor, your statement so true! Not that I act on every idea of "Hmm, I should do a hub on that" (I really should) but the fact is HP is always in my brain! Hahaha! It's become a lifestyle for me.
You know you're a hubber when you're entire web history EXPLODES when you type an H in the address bar.
HUBPAGES, HUBBERS HANGOUT, HUB, HUBBERS, HUB, HUB, HUB, HUB....
You know your a hubber when your at work, or in some situation and you see an idea or a phrase that some one says and you think what a good hub that would make!!!! lol
When all you talk to your family and friends about is.... making a hub, reading a hub, speaking to another hubber ... and the response you get is
worse, you start worrying if you don't get that response and actually start taking pride in it!
LOL, that is sooo true. How are you today MOW? It's great to see you online...
You are thinking whether your hub score is going up or down during sex. [yes, pun intended]
When a traffic report comes on the radio and the first thing you think of is your hub stats.
by Leslie McCowen 11 years ago
I'm being stalked by a hubber in the forums. Yesterday, he verbally assaulted me on numerous posts...he did not use a personal attack, per say, but assaulted my integrity and personhood in a violent manner. I felt assaulted.Now he follows around the forums, and when his friends make disparaging...
by Dawn Michael 12 years ago
just because they don’t agree with you? Pcunix took one of my hubs commented on it then proceeded to write his own hub on it and posted a forum on it just because he did not agree with me? Then throughout the forum post he started to put me down personally. Has this happened to...
by Jacqui 6 years ago
There is a hubber (or two) who seems to follow particular questions, and posts incessently about the Bible, every comment, every answer, PARTICULARLY on questions that may pertain to something their faith disagrees with, or in questions that may question their faith's beliefs - but not just...
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 10 years ago
Have you encountered a not-so-friendly hubber? How did you deal with him/her?I know there are a lot of awesome people here. But there are still times when we encounter hubbers who are a bit rude. What's your experience?
by Kate Swanson 9 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their efforts in entirely wrong directionsFor instance, I've known newbie Hubbers stop...
by Micheal 11 years ago
I noticed a hubber who has been on hubpages for 3 years, has 1 hub and a hub profile of 92?I know that the arcane arts of hub-scoring is a closely guarded secret but this has to be an anomaly doesn't it. So 1 hub which had a hub-score of 66 and this hubbers profile is on 92?Does anyone want to try...
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