Post # 1
Just because someone does not completely agree or is not supportive of your ideas does not mean they are being snarky. If you don’t want peoples’ opinions then why would you post on the internet a question asking peoples’ opinions? Not everyone is going to agree with you or be supportive of you.
Definition of SNARKY
1: crotchety, snappish
Definition of OPINION
1 : a view, judgment, or appraisal formed in the mind about a particular matter b : approval, esteem
2 : belief stronger than impression and less strong than positive knowledge b : a generally held view
3 : a formal expression of judgment or advice by an expert b : the formal expression (as by a judge, court, or referee) of the legal reasons and principles upon which a legal decision is based
Post # 3
Thank you for the english lesson but I don’t really see the point of your post!
And with your whopping post count of 1 I think I smell a hint of troll!
Post # 4
@FMM: Everyone has to have a first posting.
Post # 5
That’s a very interesting first post for a wedding planning board!
Post # 6
@Miss Ginger Cream: Could you also be Miss Ginger Tea? Didn’t one of your posts get deleted because you were being rude?
Post # 7
You are correct, but there are so many people who are on here who are NOT currently planning weddings, who like to post about a lot of other topics.
Post # 8
Thank you for this, Miss Ginger Cream. It should be a permanent “sticky” note at the top of the WB forum.
Post # 9
You seem to have trouble disagreeing without launching personal attacks. Here’s an actual comment you left from another account: “You are pathetic and your boyfriend is a jerk.”
Here’s another one: “That is so ugly. I would laugh at a bride who walked down the aisle with that.”
We encourage all of our members to share their honest opinions. All we ask is that you express yourself without personal attacks. You seem unable to do so.
You posted the definition of both Snarky and Opinion, so here’s the definition of “personal attack“: “Making of an abusive remark instead of providing evidence when examining another person’s claims or comments.”
If you can refrain from personal attacks, then you are welcome on Weddingbee. If not, then you’d probably be happier on any number of other wedding communities.
Post # 10
@mrbee: Thank you! I remember her post on the “Breaking Rules Thread” and said how some of us were not original at all. She would probably be welcomed at The Knot.