how do you check how many forum posts you made?
You can find the number of your post beneath your name on your posts.
HP staffs come to my home and tell me
cagsil answered you
Joined: 14 months ago
You calculate the sum against the ratio of averages, divide it by 3 squared and then multiply it by 3.9 and then subtract 4200 and then add on 3 fractions of a peppermint cream divided by the total cost of fish paste....but that's the hard way, maybe just look under your profile here on the forums as others have said!
Wow, saleheensblog, that's a lot of posts within a short span of time. Congrats, on your accomplishment!
by Eric Graudins 11 years ago
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by aniketgore 11 years ago
And also do you keep any minimum number? I do keep of 10 so i can make more and more friends. And its lovely to be here on hubpages forum.
by A la carte 9 years ago
I just wonder why some people put up forum posts which are longer than my hubs.
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