I am new to hubpages hence thought i'll say hello to all my fellow hubbers!!
Hello, AnnadaP, and welcome to Hubpages.
Hello and welcome to HP. I notice you've placed a duplicate article from your account at Yahoo! Not good as duplicate content is frowned upon here. Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings, but I thought you'd like to know!
Yeah that's right Annada, your Hubs need to be original and exclusive. But welcome! Hope you enjoy the community.
Big welcome! We're glad your here
Holler anytime if you need anything!
Kimberly, sorry no penguins though
Hey, penguins are cool (not). Now where's my little sea horse, where is the little bugger. Ignore us AnnadaP, I think we're both insane, you probably will too. Just as Kimmy says "if you need help, holler."
I was feeling insecure, look Amanda I have more
Yes but mine, are having a conversation about......'global warming' they are intellectuals They have separated from your five because they are deniers!
oh sure, good comeback
besides you can't use the 'you all look alike' card
um, do whales eat penguins, I feel a new account coming on, or avatar hmmmmm
Heyyy you guys!!
Thanks for all your replies....Yepp I was unaware about the duplicate content rule:-(...I thought I could post it since it is my own content. I am soo glad that I am a part of such an active community. Am working on my original content already. Keeps checking my hubs!!! :-)
Welcome to HubPages. It takes a while to get the hang of things, but it's certainly worth the effort.
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