by coopdoggz 9 years ago
Hi everyone my name is Matt but you can call me Coop. I'm new here and just wanted to say hi and introduce myself. I look forward to reading your hubs and hope to make some new friends.
by Kari Poulsen 15 months ago
Hello, I was just wondering if anyone remembers me? lol, don't blame you if you don't
by rutley 6 years ago
With what words are your greeting others with besides "Hello"?I'm a 50 year old woman and some of my son's friends greet by saying, "What's up dude?
by mani008 9 years ago
hi how are you
by Right On Time 7 years ago
Do you say hi or smile to people you see while walking?Obviously not in a crowded city or something, just like walking on a footpath in the suburb. I often do. It just brightens everybody's day I think.
by John Goodwin White 4 years ago
Hi Everyone,Looking to say hi to some new people on HP. My interests are varied but my 'amateur' interests are cooking. Have seen many new recipes here on HP and added a couple of my own. I find this the most interesting resource on HP, how about you?
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