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Post  Ccpenguin8 on 21/2/2013, 10:53 am

Hello everyone,

Well, this has been happening many, many times, so I would like to just make this clear. Many of you are writing very short posts, of only a few words in length. This is OK on the Chatbox and you can do it in Posting Games, but not on normal posts, guys. Generally speaking, posts of less than two sentences are considered spam. You can write one sentence, but only if it is a complex sentence (a sentence which is quite long, and could be split into two separate sentences and still make sense).

The reason for this is that as a forum, we're here to talk about stuff, primarily Club Penguin. Now, I don't know about you guys, but if I was a guest, I'd be far more likely to join a forum where the discussions were lengthy and interesting, with everyone writing everything they want to contribute - not a forum where the first post is really long, and all the others are just 'Yeah' and 'I agree' or 'Thanks'. Do you see what I'm saying, guys?

We, and I'm sure the rest of the staff will agree when I say this, know you guys aren't spam bots, but we want to keep this place spam free, so anyone who writes a post of less than two sentences (excluding posting games and chatbox) will receive a warning. It's only fair - all that you need to do is put more effort in. To quote one of my predeccessors from the old CPCPF, Christine474, a good post should take at least 20 minutes to write.

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Post  Arctic DJ on 21/2/2013, 4:32 pm

I agree, but if have little to say when I reply to a discussion, or I just don't feel like making a huge post, I may say something a bit off-topic.
You can't be lazy when you post, though. DJ can be a bit lazy. :-p or in a hurry...

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