Here's the latest, greatest comment one of my hubs has received...
"we ned the answer......nothing is helping me out? im confused my mom thinks im crazy.please help me she is gonna put me the nut house if i dont prove it to her why im seeing dead people!!!!!!!! ugg im going craxy im losing my mind im thinking of eating a cat.pleasee help and im seeing the number 11! why evrytime i look at the clock it911 or 211 or 511???? wierdd uhh. herre ! *(phone number removed)* call me asap for answerin i will talk to you for good stuff..:"
Glad I got rid of my cat avatar...
I don't know whether you should approve or deny. But, if you approve, offer some helpful numbers.
maybe we can invite them on our stroll .. good deeds go along way
Yes I agree. Damn my laptop battery is going down fast. (power cut) With phone number there, no choice but to delete.
Maybe she'll comment again without phone number? I say 'she' because all young teenage girls have a mad streak so it must be a girl.
hmmmm a mad streak. . havent you and I had a few of those lately
Deny it. Since I write Astrology hubs on occasion, I get some people who are either really crazy, or just so needy they ask me questions that I can't possibly answer. I'm not a psychotherapist. You don't want to encourage certain elements. If she keeps writing, say something that gently turns her attention elsewhere.
by Laura Izett 7 years ago
Do you accept or deny comments that leave a link to someone's website?I don't mind people leaving a link to one of their hubs but I don't know about people leaving a link to their own website.
by Maria Cecilia 7 years ago
have you experience this, an unverified person, meaning not a member of hubpages visited your hub and criticize your hub and photos... how are you going to react? I clicked the deny option coz it does not look good to me. Do you think I will need to adjust because being here in hubpages I am prone...
by Laura du Toit 8 years ago
I have a hub on emotional abuse and wrote a poem on this topic.I have now received a disturbing comment - more so if it is genuine and need someone's opinion on whether I should approve or deny this comment.The name of the hub is Emotional Abuse and it is the last comment on the hub.I am not...
by CCahill 5 years ago
What Would Happen if you didn't Approve a comment?Under new comments there is 2 buttons... APPROVE and SPAMBut what happens if you press neither? If nothing, then is the approve button really neccasary? or should it just be a default until you hit Spam?
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
What does it mean when your comment does not post immediately on a hub but you can see that others do? Is it related to the "accept or deny" buttons in the comment section on our page? Seems there's another level of regulation I'm missing because it doesn't happen every time. Some...
by Lisa VanVorst 4 years ago
When a person comments on your hub are you supposed to hit approve or deny.Yes thank you finally a comment on one of my hubs. I hit approve meaning approved of this answer was that correct?
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