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About the flowers emoticon

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heggertyhaggerty Wed 05-Oct-11 17:45:33

I just wondered, would it be pertinent to change the thing you type between the brackets so it just said 'flowers'?

I keep wanting to use them for other purposes than 'thanks', eg for someone who has been bereaved and so on...typing 'thanks' seems a bit odd.

OliviaMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 05-Oct-11 19:49:47

Hello Heggerty - I posted [flowers] too the first time I did it smile!
Will see what the other HQ bods say.
Thanks for raising.

crazynanna Wed 05-Oct-11 19:54:00

She did,Heggerty,I saw it and sniggered grin

CheeseandGherkins Wed 05-Oct-11 19:55:52

Wasn't the point of that one a thank you though rather than flowers for any other reason?

heggertyhaggerty Wed 05-Oct-11 20:07:14

thanks Olivia smile I mean thanks

Cheese, I dunno, I missed that bit, but I don't see why having it say 'flowers' would prevent it being used as a thankyou.

Maryz Thu 06-Oct-11 13:06:25

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Foubijou Thu 06-Oct-11 16:09:25

I'm sorry, Mary, I didn't realise it was to do with the quilting.

it was a suggestion and if it's inappropriate then please ignore it.

However if it seems a good idea I'd be glad to be allowed to use the flowers for varying purposes - I don't quite understand, were we not intended to use them unless we were involved with the quilting thread?

RebeccaMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 06-Oct-11 16:24:53

Hi All,

thanks for the suggestion.

The main purpose of this emoticon was to have it as a thank you, all explained here

Foubijou Thu 06-Oct-11 16:56:35

thanks Rebecca...but does it bother people if we use it for other things too?

DeeScent Thu 06-Oct-11 18:33:19

I wanted to "give" a poster some thanks on a thread as a sort of get-well-soon, but didn't because it would mean typing "thanks" which didn't seem right (so I left it).

I think it would be good to be able to use thanks as simply flowers for different purposes.

Maryz Thu 06-Oct-11 19:02:29

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Svrider Fri 07-Oct-11 14:50:13

Thing is I don't knowwhatbiscuit or bear mean either! I tend to stick to hmm

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