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    CNET Tradition

    created by RaneemHamada 4 days 21 hours 23 minutes ago

    Category: Entertainment

    CNET Tradition

    Hello CNET!

    So I just had a kind of really amazing idea. It’s sort of complicated though, so stay with me.

    A couple of days ago, about 3 or 4 people, including me, had a forum under the title of “_______: Yay or Nay?” I saw this and laughed because it was such an odd coincidence that we all used those exact words in our forums on the same day, and I remember thinking, “It’s almost like today’s ‘Yay or Nay Day’”, and boom, the idea was born.

    What if we did actually have a day like that, a day with a theme?

    For example, if I was choosing the theme, I’d write my normal forum, and then all the way at the end, maybe as a P.S., I’d say, I officially declare April 20 as Sea Day , and anybody who decides to participate in the ‘CNET Tradition’ (Pshhhhhh. Look at me. Naming this and acting like I know this is going to be a big thing. I need a reality check) has to post a forum on that specific day about anything related to the sea.

    I’m trying my hardest to make sure what I’m saying makes sense, but I’m not sure I’m getting my point across. Maybe these rules will help:

    Rule 1: The person who chooses the theme must choose the next person who will pick the theme. They should say, I delegate @____________ to pick the next topic.
    Rule 2: If the person who is delegated to pick the next topic does not want to do it, they should delegate someone else in their place.
    Rule 3: The person picking the theme must pick the theme a week in advance so that there is enough time for the word to spread.
    Rule 4: Any person participating in the CNET Tradition must state on their own respective forums that they will do so. This will help spread the word.

    I'm hoping this makes sense. Someone picks a theme, and a person to pick the next theme, and the date for this theme, and then those who want to participate post under this theme on the specified day.

    It's just something fun we can do together, and it'll relieve the burden of having to think of a new topic on that day.

    If you think it's a bad idea, don't think twice about telling me. Seriously. If 6 or more people agree it's a good idea, I'll pick a theme in two days and we'll see how it goes. If not, then just pretend this never happened, lol. Be as honest as possible. Constructive criticism is good for a person. Let me know down below, and have a wonderful day!

    -Raneem

    P.S. Good luck in today's election! You'll all do great!

    Re: CNET Tradition

    Hi Raneem,
    I think it sounds like a fun idea and I would totally be down for it. I think today is Ariana Grande thank you next and celebrity day. My only thought is that one week might be too far in advance. When the day actually came around to it I feel like many people might forget that it is Theme Day. I was think more just the next day or 2 days in advance. I think 24hrs should be sufficient time to come up with a forum on a theme. What do you think?

    Mahalo,
    Daniella