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Ignoring starters/replies
This is my opinion. Don’t get your panties in a bunch if you get offended by what you read. It’s not going to affect the very fabric of your existence. Trust me. 
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When I first started roleplaying I thought it was a common courtesy to reply to peoples starters. People post them because they want their character to interact with yours, right? That’s why I do it. When I post open starters, its because I want my character to interact with someone and maybe spark some inspiration or start a plot. I think they’re a great way for characters to build relationships.
You can’t do that shit when no one replies.
I get so discouraged when I post a starter and no one replies to it. At first I think, “Well maybe everyone is busy.” but then I see someone reply to someone elses starter that came after mine and mine is just sitting here like-

I think its rude to blatantly ignore a starter. I know some of you may have not seen the starters or some of you were too busy, but some bitches just pass peoples starters up for no god damn reason. Do you know how hurtful that can be? It makes people feel like they are not important enough for you to take five minutes out of your god damn day to reply to someones starter.
What’s worst is when you reply to someones starter and they don’t reply to you, but they’ll reply to another person. That is straight up bullshit.
Take the time out of your day to reply to someones starter, you never know what wonderful plots and conversations could come out of it. Be that innovator, make a friend, but don’t be a dick.

Ignoring starters/replies

This is my opinion. Don’t get your panties in a bunch if you get offended by what you read. It’s not going to affect the very fabric of your existence. Trust me.

When I first started roleplaying I thought it was a common courtesy to reply to peoples starters. People post them because they want their character to interact with yours, right? That’s why I do it. When I post open starters, its because I want my character to interact with someone and maybe spark some inspiration or start a plot. I think they’re a great way for characters to build relationships.

You can’t do that shit when no one replies.

I get so discouraged when I post a starter and no one replies to it. At first I think, “Well maybe everyone is busy.” but then I see someone reply to someone elses starter that came after mine and mine is just sitting here like-

I think its rude to blatantly ignore a starter. I know some of you may have not seen the starters or some of you were too busy, but some bitches just pass peoples starters up for no god damn reason. Do you know how hurtful that can be? It makes people feel like they are not important enough for you to take five minutes out of your god damn day to reply to someones starter.


What’s worst is when you reply to someones starter and they don’t reply to you, but they’ll reply to another person. That is straight up bullshit.

Take the time out of your day to reply to someones starter, you never know what wonderful plots and conversations could come out of it. Be that innovator, make a friend, but don’t be a dick.

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