Are you one of those Soupers who seem to have a family, a job, a friend, or a pet?
Do you find yourself frequently worrying too much about how to make comments on 30 featured poems per week, on 30 winning poems per contest, or on 30 poems posted per hour?
Is your time not only limited but also important?
Do you want to become a more effective and efficient commentator?
If you answered yes to any of these questions: HA! No problemo!
This blog is for both Newbies-Soupies as well as those more advanced Veteran-Soupers who would like to add some variety to their already proficient art of commenting. Basically, its purpose is to show you how to copy and paste comments. Although this technique is well known, my method has its own set of revolutionary characteristics that differ from those earlier versions.
Using my method, you'll become a "Professional Copy and Paste Commentator," or PCPC (™) and you will get the most out of each hour you have available for commenting.
However, becoming a PCPC (™) is not something that happens overnight, but putting a few of my tips into daily practice will help you to achieve it. And once your skills are assessed and you're able to recognize the unlimited options of my method, you'll discover how fun, exciting and challenging is this activity.
Through simple steps, you'll be able to learn how to combine analysis, opinions, feelings and advices in a single comment, in a few seconds, for any Souper, and for any event or ocassion!!
I'm going to use a Copy and Paste Comment, or CPC (™), "congratulation" (example) to llustrate the concepts of this method:
Of all its distinctive characteristics none is more important than its ability to imitate a "real" comment. "Nobody" will ever notice that a CPC (™) is not a comment that comes straight from your heart.
We just need to make a few changes:
* Don't be jealous, I used Soupers' names starting with the letter "C"
Now, see the table above and "create" comments replacing words. So much fun!!
The success of this innovative method resides in its unlimited possibilities.
You can create unique and personalized comments without knowing what you're talking about; and above all things, it will surely show your fellow Soupers how much you care.
But ... which is the PCPC (™) ??
Avoid using "deserved win" when the Souper got a Honorable Mention.
Avoid using "I would never write something like this" if you have not said previously that the poem is exceptional.
When combining adjectives, do not use "charmed" and "charming" together in the same comment, particularly if the comment is for "Charmaine" ... to avoid a tongue-twister effect. Remember, you don't need to use either alliteration or rhyme when writing a comment.
You should always evaluate your CPC (™) before posting it ... even before typing the capcha. You should look for any inconsistencies. Remember, reliability and accuracy are very important for you and your beloved Soupers.
Not for Everyone:
Before you start "PCPCing" ... we need to determine if you have inherent skills to become a Professional Copy and Paste Commentator, PCPC (™)
This test consist of 3 multiple-choice questions. Each question has four options from which the examinee (you) is to select only one. There are no right or wrong answers.
Now, to calculate your score...
A= 2 points.
B= 3 point.
C= 4 point.
D= 100 points.
If your score is higher that 100 (one hundred) you have tremendous qualities or abilities that may be developed and lead to future success as a PCPC (™).
Question 1: Would you like to share your score?
Question 2: What do you think about the PCPC (™).