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How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

I was thinking about this awhile ago and thought I'd get some other EF member's opinion on the matter. How much does a title of a thread affect your mindset about the thread and how you respond?

I've found that the title and how it makes me feel kinda effects the tone of my reply.

Now this is just a recent example and I'm not trying to give the poster a hard time but this is the most recent example I can think of:

Bus drivers can be so much dumb!

Title of Thread: Bus Drivers can be so Dumb!

And then I go in and read the thread and it's not that bus driver's are dumb it's that they have certain legal liabilities.

My response probably would have been completely different if said title of thread was:

What are the legal liabilities of bus drivers?

Am I the only one this happens to or am I just crazy?
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Old 27.10.2008, 17:52
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Re: How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

Not crazy...at least about this

On another forum I frequent, I chose a poor thread title, and no one seemed to see the 2nd question that I asked (the 1st question was in the thread title).

It appears that (some) people read a title, make a judgement and then read the post...

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I was thinking about this awhile ago and thought I'd get some other EF member's opinion on the matter. How much does a title of a thread affect your mindset about the thread and how you respond?

I've found that the title and how it makes me feel kinda effects the tone of my reply.

Now this is just a recent example and I'm not trying to give the poster a hard time but this is the most recent example I can think of:

Bus drivers can be so much dumb!

Title of Thread: Bus Drivers can be so Dumb!

And then I go in and read the thread and it's not that bus driver's are dumb it's that they have certain legal liabilities.

My response probably would have been completely different if said title of thread was:

What are the legal liabilities of bus drivers?

Am I the only one this happens to or am I just crazy?
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Old 27.10.2008, 18:23
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I was thinking about this awhile ago and thought I'd get some other EF member's opinion on the matter. How much does a title of a thread affect your mindset about the thread and how you respond?

I've found that the title and how it makes me feel kinda effects the tone of my reply.

Now this is just a recent example and I'm not trying to give the poster a hard time but this is the most recent example I can think of:

Bus drivers can be so much dumb!

Title of Thread: Bus Drivers can be so Dumb!

And then I go in and read the thread and it's not that bus driver's are dumb it's that they have certain legal liabilities.

My response probably would have been completely different if said title of thread was:

What are the legal liabilities of bus drivers?

Am I the only one this happens to or am I just crazy?

A good question, I think that it's perfectly possible to be influenced by the title, especially so if it's a controversial one or one which implies a yes I agree or No that's worng style answer. With the bus driver thread you read the title and expect to see a rant about bus drivers and to see whether you want to write I agree or disagree
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Old 27.10.2008, 20:59
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Re: How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

A very valid point to raise. The title of the thread is very important.

In those few words you have to sum up the reason for your post, the response that you expect and possibly your mood. If you get any of these wrong, the responses will not be as expected.

Some people have used this to their advantage to attract interest in a less important thread. Others have been frustrated at the lack of responses to a genuine enquiry.
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Old 27.10.2008, 20:34
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I was thinking about this awhile ago and thought I'd get some other EF member's opinion on the matter. How much does a title of a thread affect your mindset about the thread and how you respond?

I've found that the title and how it makes me feel kinda effects the tone of my reply.

Now this is just a recent example and I'm not trying to give the poster a hard time but this is the most recent example I can think of:

Bus drivers can be so much dumb!

Title of Thread: Bus Drivers can be so Dumb!

And then I go in and read the thread and it's not that bus driver's are dumb it's that they have certain legal liabilities.

My response probably would have been completely different if said title of thread was:

What are the legal liabilities of bus drivers?

Am I the only one this happens to or am I just crazy?
It's funny you picked that thread because i have ignored it thinking it was just another winge against the Swiss. So yes i do agree and no your not crazy.
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Re: How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

I didn't respond to that thread because I probably would have got banned, the thread title made me think the OP was dumb.
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Old 27.10.2008, 20:59
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Re: How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

Definitely, although some of us aren't as clever as others- finding a "hook" isn't always easy.

I didn't read the bus driver thread either... because of the title.
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Old 27.10.2008, 21:24
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Re: How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

Well well! When one is mad and one incident spoils 3-4 days .... no one (at least me) cannot think of decent topic. Other thing like most of you (Americans and British), english is my 3rd language... and I do not have good vocabulary. Words like "legalities" is something I never use... I thought this forum was a informal place for sharing ... anyways....

Other thing it was not one of the incident that I have came across. I do not is it being colored or just bad karma with public transportation, I have many times being behaved not so good... even when I was not wrong. One of the worst incident was "Me and boyfriend was waiting for bus, it was raining and cold. The bus came we were just going in from the back door... the driver closed the door.... i even got bruise in my hand... so we went to the front door and asked why he did it? He said he wanted to check our tickets (why us when he let the other lady in, without checking)... we had valid ticket!" I have found sometime that just being colored people makes me targeted by these control and bus drivers..... I have frequently notice how they take time to see my halbtax and tickets... which they do not for other white people.

So, it was accumulated tensions which I gathered was let off. Anyways, I will try not to post anything unless very important. Sorry for being stupid and rude. If anybody thinks it was incorrect and want to ban me.... no problem... you are welcome.....
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Old 27.10.2008, 21:32
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Well well! When one is mad and one incident spoils 3-4 days .... no one (at least me) cannot think of decent topic. Other thing like most of you (Americans and British), english is my 3rd language... and I do not have good vocabulary. Words like "legalities" is something I never use... I thought this forum was a informal place for sharing ... anyways....

Other thing it was not one of the incident that I have came across. I do not is it being colored or just bad karma with public transportation, I have many times being behaved not so good... even when I was not wrong. One of the worst incident was "Me and boyfriend was waiting for bus, it was raining and cold. The bus came we were just going in from the back door... the driver closed the door.... i even got bruise in my hand... so we went to the front door and asked why he did it? He said he wanted to check our tickets (why us when he let the other lady in, without checking)... we had valid ticket!" I have found sometime that just being colored people makes me targeted by these control and bus drivers..... I have frequently notice how they take time to see my halbtax and tickets... which they do not for other white people.

So, it was accumulated tensions which I gathered was let off. Anyways, I will try not to post anything unless very important. Sorry for being stupid and rude. If anybody thinks it was incorrect and want to ban me.... no problem... you are welcome.....
Huh? What are you on about? I'm white and always get checked for my halbtax and ticket.

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When one is mad and one incident spoils 3-4 days ....
Frustrating as the situation was, the chap wasn't doing anything to spite you - and was it really worth being angry for three to four days? Even the fat, greasy peasant who wouldn't shift his wobble-thighed leg so I could perch on the edge of the seat this evening, and who then pushed his way past me to get off the bus, without an 'entschuldigung' or a 'merci' to moisten his passage to the door, even this nasty little example of rustic barbarity didn't annoy me for more than a few minutes.

If he'd groped my balls on the way past, I might still be fuming about it, but I shan't let a wee little annoyance like that ruin my evening, let alone half my week.

The mordacious little prune that stole my sausage, on the other hand... well, she's well worth holding a grudge for...
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Old 28.10.2008, 09:13
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Re: How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

I agree to a certain extent. When I saw that one ("Bus drivers can be so dumb"), it looked like overreaction and expected a rant. I read it to see if it was justified. The OP had his/her point but the bus driver had his responsibilities and duties.

Thread titles can look more interesting with a bit of colour or personality but too much emotion might skew it. In any case, I always appreciate more info in the title.



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I was thinking about this awhile ago and thought I'd get some other EF member's opinion on the matter. How much does a title of a thread affect your mindset about the thread and how you respond?

I've found that the title and how it makes me feel kinda effects the tone of my reply.

Now this is just a recent example and I'm not trying to give the poster a hard time but this is the most recent example I can think of:

Bus drivers can be so much dumb!

Title of Thread: Bus Drivers can be so Dumb!

And then I go in and read the thread and it's not that bus driver's are dumb it's that they have certain legal liabilities.

My response probably would have been completely different if said title of thread was:

What are the legal liabilities of bus drivers?

Am I the only one this happens to or am I just crazy?
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Re: How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

Well, reading the title of this thread, I was anticipating something a bit more interesting. Not just some excuse as to why you reacted in such a way when you posted a tread about almost the same thing one time. Or does "Bus/Tram Drivers" as a title make a thread more valid? Maybe the person who posted the "Bus drivers are dumb" thread isn't a native english speaker and I think you are all just being a little too anal really.
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I was thinking about this awhile ago and thought I'd get some other EF member's opinion on the matter. How much does a title of a thread affect your mindset about the thread and how you respond?

I've found that the title and how it makes me feel kinda effects the tone of my reply.

Now this is just a recent example and I'm not trying to give the poster a hard time but this is the most recent example I can think of:

Bus drivers can be so much dumb!

Title of Thread: Bus Drivers can be so Dumb!

And then I go in and read the thread and it's not that bus driver's are dumb it's that they have certain legal liabilities.

My response probably would have been completely different if said title of thread was:

What are the legal liabilities of bus drivers?

Am I the only one this happens to or am I just crazy?
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Old 28.10.2008, 15:40
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Well, reading the title of this thread, I was anticipating something a bit more interesting. Not just some excuse as to why you reacted in such a way when you posted a tread about almost the same thing one time. Or does "Bus/Tram Drivers" as a title make a thread more valid? Maybe the person who posted the "Bus drivers are dumb" thread isn't a native english speaker and I think you are all just being a little too anal really.
And if you can read, you would know that I just used that as an example, because it was a recent one.

The question was: How does the title of a thread (any thread actually) affect your response or inclination to read it.

And what does his being a non-native english speaker have to do with him calling all bus drivers dumb?

If you wanna go ahead and compare my thread to his, ummm. . . ok. All I said was that it's sucks when they drive off when you're running for the tram/bus.

Not quite sure what it is with you, but you are almost always respond negatively to my posts. Did I hurt your feelings some time ago and I don't remember it?

Ever so sorry my thread wasn't as interesting as the title would lead you to believe, but you did answer the original question even though you did it in an insulting manner.
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Old 28.10.2008, 15:56
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Re: How does the title of a thread affect the tone of your reply to a thread?

I think there's merit in your idea Chemgoddess. Like Pavlov's dogs, there are some triggers that seem to be guaranteed to provoke a response and have people reaching for the "groan" button very quickly. For example, if I start up a thread and call it "Why I hate Swiss" people are going to be expecting a rant of epic proportions and the title alone will provoke the St George instinct in the EFers' that traditionally leap to the defence of all things Swiss (look at the number of groans and red blobs that appeared when someone mentioned "typically Swiss" today). Fair enough I suppose althought the Swiss are more than capable of looking after themselves in my view. Anyway I digress, if the topic of my imaginary thread above was in fact a discussion about "Why I hate Swiss Cheese" would the reaction be different? I think it would be. Similarly if I started the same thread but titled it in more mild terms such as "Things I dislike about being here" or "Dairy Produce Problems" then I think the reaction would be a sharing of the niggly things that we all feel about wherever we might be or similar bovine issues.
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Old 28.10.2008, 21:07
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For example, if I start up a thread and call it "Why I hate Swiss" people are going to be expecting a rant of epic proportions and the title alone will provoke the St George instinct in the EFers' that traditionally leap to the defence of all things Swiss (look at the number of groans and red blobs that appeared when someone mentioned "typically Swiss" today). Fair enough I suppose althought the Swiss are more than capable of looking after themselves in my view. Anyway I digress, if the topic of my imaginary thread above was in fact a discussion about "Why I hate Swiss Cheese" would the reaction be different? I think it would be. Similarly if I started the same thread but titled it in more mild terms such as "Things I dislike about being here" or "Dairy Produce Problems" then I think the reaction would be a sharing of the niggly things that we all feel about wherever we might be or similar bovine issues.
Absolutely true. Creative titles of posts will influence the responses or, at least, the number of viewings.
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I think there's merit in your idea Chemgoddess. Like Pavlov's dogs, there are some triggers that seem to be guaranteed to provoke a response and have people reaching for the "groan" button very quickly. For example, if I start up a thread and call it "Why I hate Swiss" people are going to be expecting a rant of epic proportions and the title alone will provoke the St George instinct in the EFers' that traditionally leap to the defence of all things Swiss (look at the number of groans and red blobs that appeared when someone mentioned "typically Swiss" today). Fair enough I suppose althought the Swiss are more than capable of looking after themselves in my view. Anyway I digress, if the topic of my imaginary thread above was in fact a discussion about "Why I hate Swiss Cheese" would the reaction be different? I think it would be. Similarly if I started the same thread but titled it in more mild terms such as "Things I dislike about being here" or "Dairy Produce Problems" then I think the reaction would be a sharing of the niggly things that we all feel about wherever we might be or similar bovine issues.
To add to that, when you start to read the first post you can almost tell the direction the thread is going to go with the amount of emotion displayed.

Any first post which contains a combination of any of the following in no particular order: "disgusting", "they screamed at me", "lawsuit", "my child", "my rights", "my country", "price of fish" is just a tinderbox.

Without googling or Wiki-ing, I bet internet fora will become a subject in most Universities' psychology/sociology degree courses.
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Ummmm, it just seems to me that making a newbie feel intimidated, insecure and uncomfortable enough to delete a post is one of the problems with this forum. If you treat new people this way don't be surprised when they grow up (forum wise) with a bit of an attitude problem. This happens all the time and you-with-the-staring-eyes are one of the worst offenders.
Nothing up with me, thanks for asking, I just feel more capable of going head to head with you on this than, say, someone with only 25 posts would.
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And if you can read, you would know that I just used that as an example, because it was a recent one.

The question was: How does the title of a thread (any thread actually) affect your response or inclination to read it.

And what does his being a non-native english speaker have to do with him calling all bus drivers dumb?

If you wanna go ahead and compare my thread to his, ummm. . . ok. All I said was that it's sucks when they drive off when you're running for the tram/bus.

Not quite sure what it is with you, but you are almost always respond negatively to my posts. Did I hurt your feelings some time ago and I don't remember it?

Ever so sorry my thread wasn't as interesting as the title would lead you to believe, but you did answer the original question even though you did it in an insulting manner.
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Ummmm, it just seems to me that making a newbie feel intimidated, insecure and uncomfortable enough to delete a post is one of the problems with this forum. If you treat new people this way don't be surprised when they grow up (forum wise) with a bit of an attitude problem. This happens all the time and you-with-the-staring-eyes are one of the worst offenders.
Nothing up with me, thanks for asking, I just feel more capable of going head to head with you on this than, say, someone with only 25 posts would.

Ummmmm. . . . . okay. I get it, when you first joined I said something that you took offense to, or made you feel insecure/uncomfortable and so now, many moons later, you are still holding a grudge.

Didn't realize we were going head to head but I'm glad you feel capable of doing so.

And again, it was just a recent example. I wasn't meaning to pick on the guy in particular.

Anyhoo, apparently thread titles are very important.
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So as not to deviate from your topic, I have responded in the recent bannings thread.
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Ummmmm. . . . . okay. I get it, when you first joined I said something that you took offense to, or made you feel insecure/uncomfortable and so now, many moons later, you are still holding a grudge.

Didn't realize we were going head to head but I'm glad you feel capable of doing so.

And again, it was just a recent example. I wasn't meaning to pick on the guy in particular.

Anyhoo, apparently thread titles are very important.
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