Originally Posted by Hayden
. Often I chicken out when I think that my post(s) may be slightly offensive, inappropriate, over-the-top or awkward. But deciding to post said comments anyway can usually result in some pretty great discussion, which could have been missed out on had you not hit the submit button.
You have no idea how often I do this, almost always accompanied by saying "fuck it" to myself. As such, I've come to refer to these (to myself) as "fuck it posts". Incidentally, this was almost one of them.
Originally Posted by VeronicanPlay
GuruGuru214: No it's not because of his name, but more because of the post count and the fact all his posts are great statements that I can rely to and envy that I can't write statements like that, so I look up to him as a Forum Guru, because here is always there with a statement that makes sense.
And always debate and have conversations with people that makes sense.
Wow, you make me sound so much more awesome than I am. At some point, a high post count puts you into "wow, that guy spends way too much time on here" territory, particularly if it's coupled with a recent join date. I'm like Dashing, I have a twisted combination of pride and shame in regard to my post count. And I'd have to say that a very decent chunk of my posts haven't really contributed much, but it's nice to see that I've made some sort of impact during my time here.