How are you doing? Hope life is treating you well. So it hasn’t been really long, but I just remembered it was time to do more Never Have I Ever’s cause who doesn’t like it hehe
Maybe a lot of people do. BUT NOT US!!
So today I am more than happy to announce that ELM is my guest today!!!!!! *claps and cheers and peeps go crazay*
As always, the RULES are that she’s gonna be answering my Never Have I Ever questions by saying NEVER or HAVE and she’s gonna give an explanation to some of them of why or why she didn’t do those things.
Never Have I Ever Blogging Edition with Elm:
Never have I ever…
Not replied to a comment intentionally
I’ve got a few weird or confusing comments that I just have no idea how to respond to, so I don’t in case I accidentally misinterpret everything and panic.
Liked a post you didn’t read
But not recently; I sometimes like posts so that I can go back to them and forget, which is terrible. Now, I take time reading posts – when I have the time – and only after reading do I like it.
Commented on a post you didn’t read
There’s always the worry that I’ll miss out a crucial detail of the post. A couple of times, I haven’t finished reading a post if I’ve been too tired but I always try to read posts before commenting.
Wrote a hate comment
I’ve never disliked a blogger’s content that much and even if I did, writing a hate comment is just such a horrible thing to do.
Dissed a family member on your blog
Too many times. It’s one of the only ways I can get my feelings out about my family, of which I have a lot.
Dissed another blogger on your blog
Except as a joke with the bloggers who have become my good friends. Actually insulting a blogger is, I think, unneeded and rude. If you’ve got a problem with a blogger, tell them rather than being public about what you feel they’ve done before they’ve given you a chance to explain.
Dissed a friend on your blog
I think I’m most shamed of that, as most often, what I wrote about them was petty and completely unfounded. However, as I’ve grown older, I’ve come to realise that respectfully talking about situations is far better than simply raging.
If I follow someone without looking at their content, then I look at it and it’s not something I’m interested in, I’ll unfollow them. Followers being interested in what you write is more important than having loads of followers who aren’t.
Promoted your blog on other blogs in the comments
But only if my post is relevant to theirs. To be honest, I’ve barely done it but I don’t consider it a bad thing, unless you’re spamming or it’s totally irrelevant.
Deleted a published post
Sometimes I accidentally publish posts that aren’t finished or proofread and I have to do a panic-delete.
Deleted a draft
Pretty much all the time. Some of my drafts don’t make any sense. Most of them don’t make any sense.
Deleted a comment of yours
Sometimes I’ve commented really confusing things but there wouldn’t be much point in deleting those.
Deleted someone else’s comment
There was one comment I once received that was just not great and I had to delete it.
Not done a tag/award you were tagged for
It’s actually quite embarrassing how many I haven’t done. If I’m really interested in doing answers to the tag, I’ll put an enormous amount of effort into doing that but too often (when I actually got nominated for tags because I wasn’t when I didn’t do them as much), I’d forget which tag was which.
Read a post and not liked it
Only a couple of times. I often avoid reading posts with really confrontational titles but there are some posts that surprise me and I get halfway through and realise that something about it doesn’t sit well with me.
Forgotten your password
Actually. I should have at some point because my password is really complicated.
Forgotten your blog address
Luckily, my blog address is short so it’s doubtful I could forget it.
Called a blogger another name
But not for years. If I ever did, it wasn’t because genuinely forgot their name, it was because I had a temporary brain confusion.
Accidentally left your account without having logged out
But because I use speech software on my computer, anyone who found it wouldn’t even be able to read it.
Have envied another blogger
Which I wish I could overcome. It’s never been a serious envy – usually I’d be envious over how professional people seem. But really, no blogger – especially including me – is perfect.
HAVE: 14 NEVER: 6
You got a lot of HAVEs, that’s so cool, no one really has had that many, I really appreciate that people like being honest and don’t care how many they’ve done hehe, it’s just a game right? CONGRATULATIONS!!!! The one person who’s really close to your score is Sari Sari, with 5 NEVERs and 15 HAVEs.
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If you wanna read the post where I played Never Have I Ever Blogging Edition, click here!
IF YOU ALSO WANNA BE ON THIS BLOG PLAYING THE GAME, JUST LEMME KNOW!
Share your thoughts with me!
Have you ever played Never Have I Ever? Have you ever done any of these things? Have ya not? Would you like to play this game on my blog?? Tell me erryting!
I hope you liked this post as much as me and Elm liked making it, it was really fun! Thanks so much Elm for taking part in this!!! We hope you have a great day and a great next week!