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Flagging looks with tons of hype.

28 comments · save · last comment by From Anna with love . over 6 years ago

Lark L.

Lark L.

DALLAS, TEXAS,
United States

196 posts

Does anyone do this often? I occasionally see looks with 100+ hypes that don't follow the rules at all yet they've been on the hype page and they've been up for months. It seems some people here ignore the fact that a look doesn't follow guidelines because it's popular/pretty.

Would you flag a look just because it broke a rule even if it had, like, a thousand hypes?

over 11 years ago

#2
Fernanda Lucila G.

Fernanda Lucila G.

MTY,
Mexico

1103 posts

I will flag a look that has broken a rule .. they are there to be followed by everyone, not just some.

1 · July 4, 2010

#4
Jazz Nicole

Jazz N.

NEW YORK,
United States

2650 posts

Yeah, of course.

0 · July 4, 2010

#5
Aurora .

Aurora ..

ONTARIO,
Canada

3740 posts

yup. but when I flag it's just stuff from the new page so it generally hasn't gotten many hypes yet. but if it was on the hot page with a bunch then I'd still flag it. I post it all in Post looks that should be flagged some people get mad about it, whatever.

0 · July 4, 2010

#6
Kayla Dee

Kayla D.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

693 posts

Yes, I'd flag it. I don't exactly go around looking for looks to flag, but when I see one that's breaking the rules, I will flag it, even when it's popular or pretty or whatever.

0 · July 4, 2010

#14
Lark L.

Lark L.

DALLAS, TEXAS,
United States

196 posts

I mean looks that have been on Lookbook for months, not on the hot page for months. I know that looks don't stay on the hot page for months, I'm not Lookbook ignorant.

However, I did have an account before this one, and I've seen looks that I flagged back when I had my old account, (I was there for the big rules change, even before the whole "3 pictures to a collage" rule didn't exist.), that haven't been deleted and have tons of hype. I just don't get it.

0 · July 4, 2010

#16
Chambré H

Chambré H.

CALIFORNIA,
United States

38 posts

I don't see the point. If it has lots of hypes it's because it's inspired a lot of people.

0 · July 5, 2010

#19
Zanna V.D

Zanna V.

YORKSHIRE,
United Kingdom

2877 posts

I have never flagged a look I dont think, I dont know why. hmmm

0 · July 5, 2010

#22
Viki Cheung

Viki C.

LDN,
United Kingdom

1686 posts

yep, i posted that originally and i remember talking with you about the shirt/cardigan.
eh, i guess there's just too much to do and not enough people.

0 · July 5, 2010

#23
Kat O

Kat O.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

1092 posts

same, i just LOL and move on.

0 · July 5, 2010

#24
Chambré H

Chambré H.

CALIFORNIA,
United States

38 posts

@Chambré H.

I kind of agree with Addie, sometimes I see looks on the Hot page that aren't very special, but it's often because the people are already popular that they get hyped. But the parallel to that is, like David said, that they created inspiring looks in order to gain popularity. But, the New page doesn't really get as much attention as it deserves, there are amazing looks there.

0 · July 5, 2010

#26
Selina

Selina

LONDON,
United Kingdom

5720 posts

always. nobody here is special that they get exempt from it

0 · October 31, 2014

#27
Geise C.

Geise C.

Brazil

23 posts

I've never seen a look that breaks a rule with a lot of hypes. But when I go to the news page, specially with the option "first look", I just get mad when I see these pictures showing only the face, or just the feet, or even clothes left above the bed without anyone wearing them. I've been flagging a lot of stuff like these. C'mon, I've not been here for long, but I made sure to read the rules before starting posting. It's not that hard, newbies!
One of these days someone posted a Kate Winslet's photo, and she received about 30 hypes. Why the hell people even hype and reinforce this kind of behaviour?

1 · March 30, 2015

#28
From Anna with love fromannawithlove80

From Anna with love .

EUROPE,
Europe

364 posts

I would flag it, simply because everyone has to follow the rules :-)

1 · June 15, 2015

  

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