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If we don't celebrate 5K lurves, why does the Community Feed announce everytime a jelly reaches 5K?

Asked by Mimishu1995 (8363 points ) March 31st, 2014

Inspired by my rejected attempt to celebrate a jelly reaching 5K earlier.

The Community Feed is a place where jellies’ achievements are recorded. And big achievements are highlighted in yellow and put on the top and can’s be washed away by other jellies’ achievements for a considerably long time.

And a jelly’s reaching 5K is announced in that way, so it can also counts as a big achievement and should be celebrated like reaching 10K and up, so why can’t we celebrate it?

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bob_'s avatar

Because it’s not that big of an achievement.

rojo's avatar

^^^Says someone at the cusp of a 20k award^^^

bob_'s avatar

At the pace I’ve been going lately, it’ll take a while.

marinelife's avatar

It’s just the first milestone. The first 5,000 points arrive the fastest.

Symbeline's avatar

A reason I heard for this is that it would make too many parties, because reaching that amount if you’re active doesn’t take too long.

GloPro's avatar

It’s like boss’s day, or grandparent’s day. The smallest of mentions.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

Because the 5k wing addition is the warm-up for the mansion.

longgone's avatar

Well, thank you, @Mimishu1995 :]

You can host my 10K party!

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