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Hello all

If you receive a typed Moonpig or Funky Pigeon card, do you feel it is a bit like the sender put less effort in?
With love, POSR <3
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  • PollycatPollycat Forumite
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    I'd be happy that someone has gone to the trouble of going online and choosing a card to be sent to me.
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    It isn't really any more hassle than the effort I have put in to this post
    With love, POSR <3
  • PollycatPollycat Forumite
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    It isn't really any more hassle than the effort I have put in to this post
    You asked:
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    If you receive a typed Moonpig or Funky Pigeon card, do you feel it is a bit like the sender put less effort in?

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    I answered with my honest opinion.
    I didn't realise you wanted agreement with your opinion.

    I really don't judge people who send me greetings cards on the effort (or lack of) they have put into it.
  • p00hsticksp00hsticks Forumite
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    It isn't really any more hassle than the effort I have put in to this post


    Considerably more expensive though !
  • PollycatPollycat Forumite
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    If I thought someone was questioning the amount of effort I put into buying and sending a greetings card, it would be the last one they ever got from me.
    One of my great Aunts used to look at cards she received and sneer if she thought insufficient money had been spent.
    Not a nice trait.
  • pickledonionspaceraiderpickledonionspaceraider Forumite
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    Pollycat wrote: »
    You asked:

    I didn't realise you wanted agreement with your opinion.

    That seems to be your go-to. Do you have it set as a Macro?

    I never said I wanted you to agree with my opinion. The people you repeat that to, never do.

    1995 called, they want their rhetoric back.
    With love, POSR <3
  • PollycatPollycat Forumite
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    That seems to be your go-to. Do you have it set as a Macro?
    No I don't.
    Should I have?
    I never said I wanted you to agree with my opinion. The people you repeat that to, never do.
    Maybe not.
    But after I gave my opinion, you came back with justification for your opinion.
    FTR - I do understand how these 2 companies work.
    It wasn't necessary to point out how much effort it takes.
    1995 called, they want their rhetoric back.
    If they call again, tell them they can have it back. :rotfl:
  • pickledonionspaceraiderpickledonionspaceraider Forumite
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    Pollycat wrote: »
    No I don't.
    Should I have?

    Maybe not.
    But after I gave my opinion, you came back with justification for your opinion.

    and so did you. It is how a conversation works
    FTR - I do understand how these 2 companies work.
    It wasn't necessary to point out how much effort it takes.

    If they call again, tell them they can have it back. :rotfl:

    I never said you didn't understand how these companies work Pollycat

    Why are you so defensive? Would you like a shoulder rub?
    With love, POSR <3
  • PollycatPollycat Forumite
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    I never said you didn't understand how these companies work Pollycat

    Why are you so defensive? Would you like a shoulder rub?

    I'm not defensive in the slightest, although I did think your response was unnecessarily attacking and sarcastic.
    As is the post I've quoted above.
    I just don't see the point in you asking people for their opinions and when they give them, you then try to justify your opinion.
    And on that point...I'll leave you to your low opinion of people who don't spend the amount of time you appear to deem necessary in choosing and purchasing a greetings card for you.
  • pickledonionspaceraiderpickledonionspaceraider Forumite
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    Pollycat wrote: »
    I'm not defensive in the slightest, although I did think your response was unnecessarily attacking and sarcastic.
    As is the post I've quoted above.
    I just don't see the point in you asking people for their opinions and when they give them, you then try to justify your opinion.
    And on that point...I'll leave you to your low opinion of people who don't spend the amount of time you appear to deem necessary in choosing and purchasing a greetings card for you.

    I asked people what their thoughts were...I have still not actually given my opinion.

    If you feel attacked, press the report button.
    With love, POSR <3
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