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Do you ever write comments then don't submit them because you think they're not good enough or might be out of place?

122 votes: Yes, often

167 votes: Yes, occasionally

57 votes: No

Total votes: 346


37 Commentson 24 roots

Smurfton`s Avatar
Rating Orb Smurfton 22 United States CholericMelancholic 53C 2F
6 years ago | (1)
I do that quite often, actually, but there is another reason that I delete the comment: I feel like it would add nothing to the conversation... I might have already given my full side of the arguement...
Gaellan`s Avatar
Rating Orb Gaellan 18 United States SanguineCholeric 9C 0F
6 years ago | (2)
no, i am an impulsive writer or commentor or whatever you'd like to call it.
OverlordYven`s Avatar
Rating Orb OverlordYven 13 Brazil PhlegmaticCholeric 26C 3F
6 years ago | (4)
Often. In fact, I do that All the time!!1!!! Yes! All the time!
Bluerabbit78`s Avatar
Rating Orb Bluerabbit78 14 United Kingdom CholericSanguine 111C 4F
6 years ago | (7)
I mostly write comments and then don't submit them because they're too short. It's better for me to just not write them than for me to add on spam just to get it up.
More to the point, I often don't realize how stupid comments are until I see them on the screen, so I either rephrase them or leave the whole situation alone.
Ysillo`s Avatar
Rating Orb Ysillo 19 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 609C 2F
6 years ago | (5)
Yes, I've written a lot of comments which I haven't posted, some of which I've even spent a few hours on... and then deleted...

Sometimes it's probably for the better when I delete them, other times I'm not so sure...

I've often deleted them because, I've spent too much time rewriting the same message over and over in different ways, and it still doesn't feel right.

Eventually I usually come to terms with the fact that I could spend the rest of my life trying to make my message just right and that it never would seem right to me. I realize that whatever I'm trying to say usually isn't really that important, that hardly anyone will likely see what I write, and that my repetitive attempts to make myself understood eventually backfire and make whatever I'm trying to say lost in a jumbled bunch of words...

I've actually rewritten this message about fifteen times in different ways and, it still looks horrible to me. This is just one of those times where I've put to much into it and wanted to comment on the topic enough that I just have to do it, regardless...
Duogduogduog`s Avatar
Rating Orb Duogduogduog 16 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 62C 12F
6 years ago | (3)
Sometimes my comments might be offending, Racist and maybe too Personal even though I never say those comments anymore in Real-Life, I might post them depending what the conversation is and How far it is, Unless they don't want me Commenting on the Conversation itself as I might hurt their feelings.

Personal Feelings and Ideals while putting them in Comments may hurt someone and maybe insult them and mostly I would just say to just don't post it all if you don't want to be mean or trying to make a "Point".
(I rarely say anything Racist nowadays..)
Seiryuu`s Avatar
Rating Orb Seiryuu 18 Canada PhlegmaticMelancholic 51C 65F
6 years ago | (3)
Deciding not to post something comes in two flavours: prospective calamity or ninja'd.

Prospective calamities happen when I have this gut feeling that if I post something I'm going to let loose an avalanche of fury from some unsuspecting soul.

Ninja'd is when I'm typing a post and as I post or after I have, someone's already said something similar to mine or even better.
TheRedwolf`s Avatar
Rating Orb TheRedwolf 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 85C 0F
6 years ago | (3)
How can you know if you have been "ninja'd" without posting it? The question he asked was if you delete it without actually making the post.
Seiryuu`s Avatar
Rating Orb Seiryuu 18 Canada PhlegmaticMelancholic 51C 65F
6 years ago | (2)
That's why I said during. There are some forums I've been on that automatically update posts or warn you when there are new posts created while I'm composing. That, and the preview button works wonders.
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Nepene`s Avatar
Rating Orb Nepene 20 United Kingdom CholericPhlegmatic 29C 50F
6 years ago | (4)
It normally happens when I misread a post. What outraged me was actually my viewpoint stated in a weird way. I then delete all six paragraphs and sum up my approval in a single sentence.
Vergos Exitalis`s Avatar
Rating Orb Vergos Exitalis 18 United States CholericMelancholic 16C 4F
6 years ago | (5)
Usually, I will write something or other that seems good, and then suddenly realize that there isn't a really good reason to post it, and it should be left alone. I don't do it all the time, since I'm pretty good about figuring it out before I write, but sometimes that happens, yes.
Xskill`s Avatar
Rating Orb Xskill 17 Ireland PhlegmaticCholeric 145C 43F
6 years ago | (2)
I almost always do this, as my mind tends to wander and I will either think of something that would better fit the situation, or I'll forget why I was writing to begin with, and just start from scratch. When typing longer comments, or posts I will often pause to read through all I've written, so I make sure I'm coherent as I've been told I run off track once I get to writing.
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