Hoplass wrote: »
I think you are looking for @mycami21 aka mailin32, @JovialJoy ! Have you tried to empty your browser history, sometimes that helps to bring back ads.
JovialJoy wrote: »
What perspective do you guys have on calling out gifters for their individual gifts? For example, I'm personally apprehensive about saying something like, "Thank you, so and so, for this particular venue!" That's first and foremost because I don't want to make anyone else feel bad that they weren't gifted the same thing. But I also don't want to make people who aren't able to gift as much feel like their gift is inadequate. Finally, I don't know if the gifter wants people to know just how much they spent on a particular person. So I'm usually somewhat vague with my thanks so that I don't make anyone feel left out or so that I don't offend anyone. But am I overthinking this? Maybe, in the long run, I'm only making the gifters feel bad!
JoeJude16 wrote: »
You know, it's funny you ask about the gifter thank you thingy. When I decided to sponsor a prize on the Christmas Lotto my first thought was to be anonymous. But then I thought, I've had venues and worlds gifted to me, so I'd like to let the people who were generous to me see that I'm taking my turn at paying it forward. Not to pat myself on the back, but to show them that the cycle continues.
As for not wanting to make someone feel bad that they aren't getting the same level of gifts, I feel that your thank you should be based on how you feel about the gift you received. I'd hate to think that someone would feel guilty about a thank you.
charlotteprice wrote: »
The thing about this thread is, that everyone is kind and courteous! I, personally, don't recall anyone getting upset because I didn't acknowledge their "Thank You" post (sorry that happened to you @scillakees ). Maybe everyone knows me well.....sometimes its days before I come back on here, but I have always gave a like or awesome I admit I am lazy
One thing I have learned is that when I gift a small item or a big item, it doesn't matter......they truly are happy with whatever you gift them! I admit I do check people out (see how long they have been playing, if they look for DD deals, and even if they still play Sims3) but no, I am not a stalker
@Reachsims wanted the ones receiving the gifts to acknowledge they got it, so the gifters knew it went to the right person or make sure it wasn't lost! (I didn't go back and check, but I am pretty sure she said that would be helpful)
@JovialJoy To me, it doesn't matter if you list the item(s) I gifted you, or just say thanks! I know you got it then! If you say nothing, thats OK too, I can just ponder on if you got it or not and if its a big item, I can just PM the person! My question is: Do you think us gifters should reply back with a "You're Welcome"? Now I am wondering if I am just a rude person (if I am rude, its @scillakees fault)
We gifters just want to bring a smile to your face
scillakees wrote: »
I personally always appreciated a vague or no thank you at all.