Actually, I have a commenter who's been posting quite substantially for the last few days, and I'm starting to wonder if I'm going to end up with a few thousand comments from him (or her) by the time s/he's done.
I wrote a hub about how narcissim ironically undermines the very acceptance and communal warmth sought by the desperately vain to begin. It got a ton of comments, but I deleted it because its popularity made me self conscious.
"you're dumb. your "home made" crap probably has more fat, especially saturated fat, and sugar. And no, I wouldn't eat it as pictured, because it looks like someone with Downs syndrome made that macaroni. I'm guessing you or your wife, who are probably no treat to look at and should not waste your time attacking prepackaged macaroni dinners. If you cared about what you were eating, you'd be on a real diet and exercise plan that wouldn't allow macaroni and cheese, period. Die."
@mark i used to take offence but to be honest it is just a waste of my time preparing a suitably vile response plus id probably get banned!! they do make for good reading though.p.s my family havent died yet either so all is good in the world
it was a games tip hub on a certain football/soccer game he orginally had a go about me because i spelt a foreign football players name wrong.Eventually i commented back asking him if he realised that every time he had commented and wished me and my family a painful death that he was leaving his ip address for me to see and that i knew he was posting from an island of the coast of the uk,no replies since strange that!!
I have two hubs with a lot of comments. One is about American Healthcare, so yes, I guess that's controversial. The other is about being an original thinker. Not sure why so many people felt the need to comment on that one. You can't always tell what will catch people's attention.
My hub with the most comments is A Lesson for the Teacher which was a hubnugget nominee/winner. It has 46 comments so I guess that's not bad for a newbie! Hopefully one day I'll be in the big leagues too.
I currently have two that are tied. My Lady Gaga hub, and my walking hub. Both have 16 comments, and over 500 views.
My most recent hub about gay themed movies has only been around for a month compared to the other hubs that have been around almost a year, and it has 8 comments, and is closing in on 1,000 views. I think it may have surpassed it. It was at 996 views at last check, and is getting over 20 views a day.
As for total count for all of my hubs, it currently stands at 91. I guess that is pretty cool. Not much compared to some of the rest of you. Very impressive totals. My total hub views are at 2,909
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