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12-28-2011 @ 5:19PM
sharing is a step to far for me. Sorry, but no thanks.
12-28-2011 @ 5:36PM
Ashamed you play wow eh? Because between all the ville-game spam I'm sure people would be annoyed by you sharing a picture on your wall.
12-28-2011 @ 5:37PM
Loves me some mounts, but yeah, not sharing. I prefer not being obnoxious to my friends.
12-28-2011 @ 6:16PM
No, not ashamed that I play WoW, I post screenshots of things occasionally. I don't play FB games and I hide announcements from my friends that do play them. I just don't want to to HAVE to share something a contest REQUIRES me to share. I still make my own decisions. I am not ruled by greed or immaturity.
12-28-2011 @ 7:02PM
@ladygamertnForgive the inference, but when you state that "sharing is a step to far for me" and "I just don't want to to HAVE to share something a contest REQUIRES me to share. I still make my own decisions. I am not ruled by greed or immaturity." It seems that you're OK with liking or even commenting despite the ostensible contradiction. The only differnce here between sharing and commenting/liking is that people you know will see it.
12-28-2011 @ 9:00PM
The difference being that I am now putting one more thing on all of my friend's & family's updates.It still isn't a matter of shame for me. It's a matter of respect.
12-29-2011 @ 10:11AM
When I shared it, I just set the permissions to "Only Me". It still counts as a share, but no one should see it on your wall./Win
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