Why don’t some of my posts have a heart on?

how can people show me love if there is no heart?

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Can you share a screenshot?

The post above

You see that because it’s your own post. We can still love you!

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So after someone likes it, I can see it?

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Do you see it know?

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I’m so dumb. Thanks. Yes, I can see it.

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First world problems. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Come on!
Everybody needs to feel love (and to love too!)

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Reduced teaching schedule. I’m used to hearing Teacher, you’re so funny.

That has been replaced with hearts here.

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You need to post something mildly entertaining, then the definitely elusive @RickRoll comes out of the woodwork to heart the post.

At 32000 hearts given, the definitely elusive @RickRoll is picky. It’s an honour to get his elusive hearts.

Edit: See? it works!

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You didn’t need all these words to get some love.
I’m a simple guy!

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I don’t as a rule use the heart icon thing… to me it seems shallow, like facebook like. I prefer actual replies. It shows true engagement.

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This is probably one of your biggest mistakes…

Like when someone gives you sincere advice, and you either ignore it or shrug it off?

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Why do you want a heart on?

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Sometimes you don’t have anything useful to reply.
Or even when you do, clicking the heart shows appreciation for the contribution the poster made.
Did it make you think? :heart:
Did it make you smile? :heart:
Did it make you laugh? :heart:
Did it answer a question you had? :heart:
Did it help you or someone else? :heart:
Did you like the way the poster presented their thoughts? :heart:

Showing love is never shallow.

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That will be difficult given that glaring error in your previous post. My GOD man!

Huh. Figured you’d be the very FIRST person to respond to this thread. Yer slipping T.

Well I didn’t need a heart on.

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