Flyin'Dutch' wrote:I also think that if someone dislikes a posting then they can put that eloquently in a post - much better way to stimulate debate and further discussion than a negative utterance via a dislkie button.
Don't agree: on occasions posts are so trite as to not merit further consideration.
In this situation I reserve the right to blow a virtual raspberry without inviting whimpering hurt feelings posts or occasional abuse for expressing a sincerely held but contrary opinion.
Don't be a wimp mick w , hold out for a 'dislike' button.
Before the recent 'like' malfunction , pressing gave a caption' like/dislike' which led nowhere, apart from giving a like.....Now if you 'like' something, on clicking 'like' you only get a 'like':
However if you change your mind and wish to remove the 'like', a second press reveals 'like/dislike removed'.
So 'dislike' was in there once : bring it back I say!!
@CP the 'ignore' function is not half so much fun.....It cuts dicks off in their tracks with zero hassle, though the occasional 'ignoree' wears it with pride and even blabs about it : a talisman to be proud of: A bit like having an ASBO in Liverpool