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Would someone please explain the Kudos ?

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Is it possible to give more than one ?

Is there such a thing as a negative kudo ?

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Not to the same post.

 

No.

 


Kudo:
a statement of praise or approval; accolade; compliment

 

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/kudos


 

Negative "praise or approval; accolade; compliment"?  Interesting concept. How does that work? Can one utter negative praise?




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Queen-Evie wrote:

Not to the same post.



Then how did one person award 2 kudos Here ?

 


Queen-Evie wrote:

Negative "praise or approval; accolade; compliment"?  Interesting concept.


You have never heard of the Attaboy/Awcrap reward/penalty system ?

 

(example - safe)

 

Consider it an "awcrap"

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Super users, experts, admins and mods all give 2 Kudos at a time because we are extra special with double powers!

A veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to The 'United States of America', for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'




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Queen-Evie wrote:

Not to the same post.

 

No.

 


Kudo:
a statement of praise or approval; accolade; compliment

 

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/kudos


 

Negative "praise or approval; accolade; compliment"?  Interesting concept. How does that work? Can one utter negative praise?


Is there is a way to see how who has kudo'd me? I deleted some kudo notification emails before posting a 'thank you' to each of them.   I appreciate every one I get.