If you had committed a heinous typo on your first Hubpages question...
... would you hang your head in shame and never ask another, or would you just think 'sod it' and carry on shamelessly?
I would close the question and just try to forge on ahead with my life. )
It could be embarrassing but after awhile you probably won't even remember it.
I left the question open, but forged ahead with my life anyway. That way, I could allow my typo to be food for other people's amusement and be satisfied that I might have brought a smile to someone's face for a moment
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