Freaking out...  

ewan_1973 44M
44 posts
10/22/2005 9:27 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Freaking out...


A blog becomes like a loved child. I finished one post and I got the message from AdultFriendFinder management that the post was not approved and it went on giving me possible reasons why.

There was no sollicitation of any kind. No bad language. I misspelled something in Latin (I think this should not be the problem). I mentioned another AdultFriendFinder person quite a bit, but out of honest admiration... I am not sure what they mean by "bad or short language". Yes, I said sex three or for times... is sex bad or short language? or maybe both?

Can somebody help me? Does it happen also to your blogs?

Now I deleted a question I had for the AdultFriendFinder person at the end. Was that the problem? Will they approve it now? It still shows 6 posts when I have written 7.

Lastly: If you access the blog but not a given post, does it count in the number of views?

Please, somebody help me to solve these very annoying problems!

Ironically, they approved my last post but asked me to review the one where I was complaining about being asked to review. And think it twice: I pay to be here.

frogger1995 39F

10/23/2005 7:56 pm

They don't like mentions of other websites! or real names like David or Joe. They don;t like mentions of other sex publications like Playboy. They don't like mentions of recreational drugs. In fact this comment will probably get banned.


McClary 63M
881 posts
10/24/2005 10:55 pm

Hiya,

Yeah, sometimes AdultFriendFinder can make no sense. Then again, if your post was nearly identical to other blogger's posts ranting and ravings about the AdultFriendFinder censors, they might have deleted it for this reason.

On another note, your 15/16 success rate (Oh Lord, It's Hard To Be Humble) and "accidental" (ha ha ha) womanizing exploits are becoming a bit old, don't ya think? [The old "Isn't it wonderful being me?" routine.]

Have fun.


ewan_1973 44M

10/27/2005 8:59 am

McClary, your comment arrived like three days after you post it. I thank you for it. My "success" rate: well, it was my first post and I was just trying to introduce myself. It is not very wonderful to be me these days, but I think I get your point. Take care. Ewan.


rm_corezon 53F
3376 posts
11/6/2005 11:28 am

I would agree with Frogger even knowing almost nothing about this site. Nobody is perfect. Name dropping, other site dropping, and posting other people's pictures is generally not a good route to go if you want even if you want attention. Especially if you want good attention. You quite confused me awhile when I was trying to figure out if you were male or female. You can't complain about fakes when your own posts make the reader wonder when you're lying or when you're telling the truth.

Keep in mind that nobody here knows you personally. You can be anonymous for as long as you want to whomever you want, and that removes a great deal of the emotional risk. Try being yourself. Then you'll get some honest, meaningful feedback and it might even be GOOD!!

To start your post saying I am female and it was my first time is deceitful and people might start reading your blog but then they're apt to get disgusted.


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