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I took the time to write a very nice response too.
I hate DDers.
MommaG123:I took the time to write a very nice response too.I hate DDers.
Me too, and ditto
I was going to guess that Huck Finn was floating down a river with no internet access.
But I guess it was just a DD.
zola2010:Here, felt like an idiot, but did appreciate the nice responses.... although Blueyed... I'm not sure the WTF is needed, thanks for your opinion though.
I was about to suggest 'Pie' as a middle name.
Boo, I missed the responses.
that would just perfect the madness
JohnsonShmonson:Were you an ass?
Lol, how would you react if someone asked if it was ok to name their kid Huckleberry Finn?
Blueyed228: JohnsonShmonson:Were you an ass?Lol, how would you react if someone asked if it was ok to name their kid Huckleberry Finn?
lindsay.n.harman: Blueyed228: JohnsonShmonson:Were you an ass?Lol, how would you react if someone asked if it was ok to name their kid Huckleberry Finn?
Please tell me you're kidding.
Sadly, Im not
I disagree. DDing (dirty deleting) is extremely rude to the people who took the time to respond to you. You are telling them that their time has less value than your miniscule capability of dealing with less than enthusiastic responses.
That does deserve a big old WTF, which is why people who DD posts always get one.
Leave it up there, and let others learn that a kid names Huckleberry Finn is going to get teased in life. it's a valuable lesson.
Personally I prefer the suggested Dingleberry Finn. It's like Huck's annoying little brother.