“You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.”
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What do I like about commenting?
I like commenting because it allows me to connect and learn about people who I totally don’t know. We get to know each other better and we also get to have fun with each other. It makes me feel like I am creating a post, but not a usual post, a very special post that is making me connect with someone. I also like commenting because commenting is fun. It is fun because I like writing stories myself. If I write a post, maybe nobody or very less people will read it. But when I comment, surely, someone will read it.
What is annoying about commenting?
First of all, I don’t like grammar and spelling errors. Sometimes, I type something up and it comes up as something else. I also don’t like those people who comment on my posts and use improper grammar. Also, I get very annoyed if I don’t understand the comment.
How have you found interesting posts to comment on?
I have found some interesting posts in #17stubc Flipbaord magazine to comment on. One of those is Lila’s post. It is about saving those homeless reptiles. Another one that I like is Brynn’s post. She has made a very creative poster about hunger global issues.
Are your posts getting lots of quality comments? Why or why not?
Some are and some are not. For the ones that I get a lot of comments, are the ones that are inspiring or creative. For the ones that I haven’t got lots of comments, it shows that I have to improve on it, and may be I didn’t do a very good job on it. One of the best comments I had is from Idyl:
I really liked your post and how you are explain why WFP explains the reason of hunger worldwide. Both if my parents work for this organization and help feed populations. Hunger is a serious issue most kids don not have food in poor countries and we often waste food without think that others do not even have the opportunity to get some.
I will be using your post for this Week 8 Activity.