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I just want to say something about all this woodlands stuff. I used to be in the event over a year ago before I made a decision to try and move my store away from the kid community due to drama such as this. I loved the event and from what I know, the event owner is a nice person. I see these secrets and feel sad for the person who wrote them as it’s been going on for a good few weeks now. Woodlands is just -one- event and she is just -one- person, so why does it matter so much? why are you so consumed with this? Just move on with your second life and maybe you’ll find something to be happy about rather than focusing on something you shouldn’t give a flying monkey about. I’ve not seen the new logo, but if anyone has a vagina that looks like that, please get help… to me that just looks like a hollow in a tree.
Really now, you people with the woodland gatcha raging hard on need to find something new to bitch about. I’ve not the foggiest clue what you’re upset about. It’s a tiny monthly event with barely enough traffic to call itself an event. You think you can do better? Do it then. Seriously, it’s like you folks have lost your damn minds over nothing.
I’m glad I’m not the only one confused by all the viciousness. If it’s so unimportant, why do you take the time to care so much?
A couple things. First, how do you know she lied about her situations? This is a genuine question and is asked with no sarcasm intended. Do we have proof?
Second. You can’t really copyright a hair style. Who has she been stealing ideas off of? Again, proof? And again, honest question. I might be living under a rock but I’d like to know what’s going on as a customer if foul play is at bay. You also have to keep in mind though that even if hair styles are similar, it will never be exact in SL unless it’s a direct rip. Someone might like how she did it better, or just might like her textures/variations more.
But yeah. Please give more info rather than being vague.
If YOUR vagina looks like that then you might want to see YOUR doctor because YOU’RE a nasty ass hoe. The owner is far from horrible, but unfortunately some people would rather be vicious and as nasty as their wooden vaginas apparently. :/
“but unfortunately some people would rather be vicious and as nasty as their wooden vaginas apparently. :/”
Yes, like the woodlands owner. I agree with that secret.
I think that if a blogger features an item it should mean that they like it, at the very least.
I don’t care whether they editorialize by banging on and on. The fact that a blogger has featured something should be enough. When they rave about something in a completely O.T.T manner ( whether it’s a clothing item, furniture, a build or whatever — H.H this means YOU! ) it makes me vomit. More often than not, the syrupy-sweet suck-up is done not because the blogger thinks the item is the best thing since sliced bread but because the blogger wants to keep receiving freebies from the creator. No point biting the hand that feeds you, right?
Doh! I meant #6
I disagree Anonymoose…..I am one of the rare bloggers that tries to write something about what I am featurning, but its not always sugary sweet arse kissing. The majority of the time though they are going to be compliments because it doesn’t make a hell of a lot of sense to do a blog about what you hate. i.e. ( Good grief this is the worst pair of pants I’ve ever purchased for the love of god don’t buy these) Posts like that would be a complete waste of time, energy and peoples resources. You do have a valid point in that what a blogger features should validate that they like it, but it seems to me that too many bloggers are featuring things they don’t really like because they have to fulfill event/sponsor minimum requirements so they don’t have a lot to “bang on and on” about because they are just filling a quota.
I agree with you re purchases. If you’ve paid for something then by all means say you love it. However, I also think it’s fair enough to say that you *don’t* like something, especially if you’ve bought it. By that I mean I have bought things where the texturing has been woeful or the build is just appalling. I think if you’ve got a readership, you owe it to them to say such things. That being said, if I was a blogger and I was given something that I really didn’t like, I would probably *not* feature it, rather than say something negative.
My main argument was with the bloggers who are getting freebies from creators and are featuring their items — even if they are mediocre — just because they want to keep getting freebies.
Also, remember that some creators have set up elaborate “rules” to stay on their books such as “Must blog 3 out of every 4 new releases…Must blog 4 items per month…Must cover ‘x’ event etc etc.
Once bloggers try to accommodate all these requirements and feature items that are sub-par ( and yet still rave about them ), then all credibility is gone.
It comes down to knowing and trusting the blogger you are following. I know of old school bloggers who pretend to be doing reviews of a product who are full of shit. I also know of old school bloggers used to do honest reviews that got driven away from that just from backlash in the community for saying something bad about a product (bought and review copy). The last mentioned blogger just won’t blog things she can’t be honest about and point out the flaws anymore.
It is really frowned upon to do honest reviews in the blogging community. So bloggers only blog what they like. Then non-bloggers whine and say oh it’s all fake. We blog what we like and we’re fake or we give honest reviews and have to deal with drama if we say something bad about a item. It’s a no win situation.
I dont think that makes her scum…. just lacking in the creativity department… thats all. Try not to be so mad about it.
Sands, you better start some drama quick! This is getting really boring.