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⁣Oh, and please remove blatant reposts of all top-scoring from Weiweismart's blog


These do not disturb me at all, and that I can confidently say they aren't posted to make someone sad about Animal Crossing Items death but to remember and celebrate a loved one's lifestyle. Whenever someone posts about a villager seeing their grandma's memorial, by way of example, I simply think of it as posting about how they feel their grandmother is using them, and it is a joyful thing.

This was not motivated but I want to find some kind of rule about frequency of submitting. Articles within 24-48 hours is just overkill karmawhoring.

Oh, and please remove blatant reposts of all top-scoring posts in the sub. I don't care if they claim they watched it on Facebook, it was just on our front page a week ago (which is likely how the individual on Facebook saw it and submitted it), and in general I think there should be a"if you didn't make it, avoid posting it" rule.

Some of the usual happenings posts are a problem, that's when they are just that, common. I do love milestone posts, but I can be irritating to see 5 of the exact same that I only got a blue increased or I just got 5 stars posts. It's a hard call because people are really important moments & really fun to share. However, I think that the landmarks should stay because general, it's a fun way to bond as a community, observing together.

It would be really tough to apply the spoilers rules. Even with out hacking, a person in state, New Zealand, could have the newest update nearly a full day until I get it on the west coast. They can post an image that is untrue and not a spoiler for these but it might ruin a surprise for me personally due to the time gap. When does something stop counting as a "spoiler"? Personally, IMO, if you do not want to get spoiled, tread with caution on the internet. Everyone knows people time traveling in AC & it is a long haul match, so the risk of being subjected to spoilers is large. This risk & responsibility ought to be about the individual browsing, maybe not the responsibility of the poster. That being said, I do think a spoiler flair of some sort would be nice, just to have the choice, since it is bothering to be spoiled on something, and we're just looking for fun here. I've a feeling people would get accustomed to the flair eventually and more folks would start using it!

No problem with the memorial posts here. If it appears to sad for me I just keep scrolling.

Agreeing with other remarks hereIt feels like we need some more flair onto the sub, possibly a mega ribbon index of some sort to sort what is dismissing the feed. Or maybe daily discussion topics? Not sure about logistics but it might help!

My closing thought-I think it'd be wonderful to some thing about the edited photographs, a flair would be fine.

To expand on my opinion: if it's something which's built into the game since launching & occurs annual (like NYE, festive season, bunny afternoon etc)I don't care just as much about spoilers. I don't like seeing spoilers which come from a hacked switch for new content (such as Pavé or Halloween and likely Mario), but I know it's a risk to Buy Nook Miles Ticket see them once I get online following an upgrade. But this is all my view & feelings onto it, and all ways of playing/views on spoilers are legitimate & acceptable.

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