The practice of bumping every single thread in the Sandpit in one sitting.
1. To throw a fit on the forums and denounce HubPages as a terrible website because you aren't making any money after seven weeks and two hubs.
2. An instance of HubRagequitting.
A hub-hopping session in which one gets five or more terrible poems in a row.
Hubholic- a person who can't pass by their computer without stopping to check stats, comments, forums, or earnings.
An overexcited person who signs up for HubPages without any forethought or plan. They write one or two hubs on such profound topics as "How to Sign Up For HubPages." Then, realizing that's really all they have to offer, they leave.
The thinning of the brain and loss of thoughts due to a drastic drop of muse.
The permanent deletion of a hub from your account page.
Someone who answers a HubPages question just to say that they have no idea what the answer to the question is. Three times out of four their worthless "answer" will end with "lol." Ex:
I don't know that's a really good question lol
A hubber whose comments in the forums always seem to be deliberately written in same tone of voice that comes across in the facial expression from his/her profile pic.
Hu-blubber - a type of crying when the stats are not looking good.
phantom follower n.
A hubber who follows you only to try sucker you into following him/her
A hubber who comments on your hub with the sole purpose of starting a forum-style argument in the comments section of your hub
hubless barbarian n.
Someone who has zero hubs but has 10,000 forum posts
A forum poster who has no knowledge of sarcasm, when it is typically applied or who is typically applying it
by John Hollywood 2 years ago
As an out gay man, I'd like to address a topic that I've noticed in recent months that's extremely disturbing. Specifically, I'm talking about forum posts that are nothing more than homophobic sentiments, disguised in the form of a question. I'm not going to link to these posts because I...
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 dellea 2 years ago
PROBLEM: Whenever I write a hub on a controversial subject, a number of people create new, fake hub accounts solely for the purpose of posting negative comments and feedback on my hubs and/or threatening me anonymously. These new hubbers have 0 (zero) hubs and no other activity, and they are never...
by Elena 9 years ago
What are your favourite features on using Hubpages? I like the way you can go back and read comments you've written months ago. I've read a few of my old comments and thought I must have suffered from Typesomnia. A rare condition, whereby you type in your sleep. Lol.Anyway, what's your...
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
I know that it is against HP rules for someone to place a link in a comment of a hub, but is it okay for someone to place a link in a comment when answering a question, even if it directs people back to their hub? Also, it seems to be okay to place links in the forums' comments, as the link...
by Peter Hoggan 9 years ago
I recently made a post on a hub entitled 'Cowards on HubPages' The post was denied with this explanation:I have denied some comments here because they contain only personal derrision and although the forums will not be moderated, evidently, I will moderate my pages. Disagreement and opposing views...
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