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Do you have a lurve preference?

Asked by SuperMouse (30785points) February 7th, 2010

I am the first to admit I am a lurve whore. I lurve to see those points go up and I lurve every point I get. That being said, I must admit there is a special place in my heart for “Great Question” lurve. I am not sure why but it just makes me happy when people like my questions! Do you have a lurve preference?

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phoebusg's avatar

Good answer. Even though it seems to be handed out more readily for – funny answer. Maybe if we had a funny answer lurve we would be able to differentiate between the two. I love humor, but I also love a good answer.

HGl3ee's avatar

Lurve is the icing on the cake here at Fluther! (IMHO) I do feel proud when I receive lurve for a GA, it’s very rewarding to feel that my opinions or thoughts are valued and heard <3

AstroChuck's avatar

I like the two-point kind I get from someone adding me to their fluther. It flatters me that anyone would be interested in following any posts of mine.

janbb's avatar

I’ll take it any way I can get it.

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

I’m just happy and grateful that this community has accepted me, depression, autism and all. I’m surprised that someone as ordinary as me could accumulate lurve as rapidly as I have, I really can’t figure it out, but thank you all so much.

filmfann's avatar

Lying on my back…
Oh, wait. You mean something different.
Lurve is wonderful, but I prefer replies to @filmann. It gives me the illusion people care what I think.

janbb's avatar

@filmfann That’s true; I really like it when people respond to my posts.

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

@filmfann Yes. That is particularly gratifying to recieve a personal response. I try to do that as much as possible and also give attribution to others that may have inspired my own response.

Zen_Again's avatar

I wish it was like back in the olden days of vinyl, cassettes and no lurve system.

Trillian's avatar

I still don’t completely get the points thing, as it doesn’t seem to match. I appreciate when the asker gets something out of my answer, especially if I take the time to give a well thought out response. I also like the feeling of validation if someone likes or agrees with my answer.
Not that I need validation mind you, but it beats trying to explain myself to willful ignorance or hostility.
I also like PM comments and direct replies that indicate that someone has gone through the onerous task of actually reading one of my posts.

nebule's avatar

I too like great questions! both mine and others but I give lurve for everything that even remotely impresses me…I am a lurve whore too and I don’t care one bit!

wundayatta's avatar

I’ll take lurve in any form I can get it. I don’t care how it comes, so long as it comes. When there are periods of time that I don’t get much, I worry that I am not on top of my game. It’s also a reflection on the energy I’m putting out, I think. I don’t get much lurve when I’m depressed, and I get more when I’m not. Kind of the opposite than would be helpful, but I can’t do much about that.

It’s also weird that people say funny answers get a lot of lurve. I have not found that to be the case. Of course, maybe I’m not as funny as I think I am. Well, I like my jokes even if no one else thinks they are funny.

The lurve from being added to fluther thing is strange, too. I don’t know anybody who adds me to their fluther any more. I’ve never seen anything they’ve written. Well, in many cases, anyway. So it disconcerts me because I wonder how someone I don’t know would have any interest in what I write. I write to people. Not for people. If I don’t know you, I can’t write to you. Somehow it doesn’t seem right that anyone I don’t know would put me in their fluther.

FInally, there’s question lurve. That’s the only kind I can count on. People used to tell me that I write good questions, but no one has said that in a while, so maybe I’m slipping there, too. Oh well. I like questions.

And answers.

Trillian's avatar

@wundayatta Liar. I happen to know for a fact that you do write for some people. Which reminds me, I have a spare hour that I can use right now to get some writing done that’s been circling around in my head….

Dr_C's avatar

I don’t ask very many questions… So I’m partial to GA’s. I do really enjoy when I get a GQ the few times I post… but I’ll take the GA’s when I can get them. It’s nice to think your answer was informative or may have actually have helped someone.

wundayatta's avatar

@Trillian Funny. I could have sworn I was writing to someone. Oh well, my mistake.

aphilotus's avatar

I like great question lurve!

augustlan's avatar

Since I don’t ask very many questions (and the ones I do ask aren’t usually that great), I don’t get much in the way of GQs. On the few occasions I’ve put a lot of time and effort into a Q, it is gratifying to receive a GQ for it. I feel the same way about answers. If I’ve put my heart and soul into an answer, it’s fabulous to get a GA for it. But, like @AstroChuck, I really appreciate the lurve from being added to a fluther. It’s the best. :)

Merriment's avatar

Any lurving is good lurving, so I took what I could get…..

“link”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7miRCLeFSJo

toomuchcoffee911's avatar

I’ll be the first to admit, love getting lurve. My favorite is good answer, because I like to know I contributed to helping the asker (whether it just be comic relief or something deeper). I also love getting GA’s for answers I wrote a long time ago; sometimes I’ve completely forgotten I wrote them!

Sometimes I go back to really old questions and give a couple random GA’s to remind people of their really old answers.

CMaz's avatar

Good questions and good answers get a bit of lurve.

I also, (usually) give individuals lurve that respond directly to me.
Example: ”@chazmaz you are out of you mind.” That gets lurve. :-)

janbb's avatar

@ChazMaz So give me some lurve! (And I didn’t even whisper it.)

filmfann's avatar

@ChazMaz I like your style.

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