I enjoy seeing all the piss taking in the forums.
Or maybe cringe. -_-
How is that for an answer? That is what I enjoy about the forums most.
Occasional complements, worthy discussions and most of all helpful tips and advice.
I like chatting with people. I've always been somewhat of a forum wh*re, so to speak.
spontaneous reactions, humor and game playing...
I love the forums when I have a chance to be here... lol Alot of great people here..
I love participating in healthy in depth philisophical discussions.... but mostly i like taking the p1$$
LM mostly peaceful ass
I enjoy the games and getting to know everyone. Sometimes I enjoy getting involved in political forum discussions...don't know why though...
I like the fact that I actually make new friends there that lead me to their hubs. It's interesting.....and addictive!!!!
I love the cut and thrust of some of the debates. Some of the hijack threads are histerical. Oddly, I find some of the 'shock' hubbers, with their provocative replies particularly entertaining and miss them when they get banned.
I love pudding, because it's good, and the fact that I can type that as a response in the forums. om nom nom!
Figment I just noticed something lol. My lips are sealed.
I love forums because I love being around people. I enjoy them when they are fun.
I just like the people I meet, and use my first impression of them to visit or not visit their hubs. BUT so many nice people and so little time to visit them all.
by twuxedo 8 years ago
Just wondering, without revealing my own spin, I would like to know others opinions of these mostly hard case Forums.
by Andrew 10 years ago
I still think comments should be comments, not discussions, that is the purpose of a forum. Maybe it would be a good idea that every author has a forum automatically made in a widget on there profile page and the topics are always the title of the Hub. That way you can discuss it and always edit...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
HubPages forums are interesting places where people can indulge and participate in intellectual discussions and/or discourses with one another. However there are forums that make tv reality shows seem tame and quite dull in comparison. The endless sparring is quite dramatic and draws...
by Callum 6 years ago
I have been on Hubpages now for 2years, I have seen writers come and go, people from all walks of life. Each with their own story to tell and each having there own style. Back then we were a community, but since then people on the forums now can not stop fighting. In fact many people on HP avoid...
by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
Do you routinely check the Forums on HubPages?I think it's a good idea to check the Forums, especially the announcements from HP staff. That way you have no surprises as to any new features.
by Bmm209 6 years ago
Often, a dispute or argument is about religion. A lot of times, I'm drawn into it since I'm very religious myself. But, often I hesitate to respond because it can cause a war online( aka, a flame war). I usually have, in my opinion, a good reply to some general questions like where we came from,...
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