David (dblume) wrote,
David
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Help Improve Karma Medic's Vocabulary

Some of you might suggest that Karma Medic has a limited vocabulary.

Shame on you. Shame!

Here's your chance to atone for your intimation. What would you have Karma Medic say?

Given a plurk with plurk-qualifier verb, like "shares" or "loves" or any of the others, what's a reasonable non-committal response for her to give? She can read the plurk qualifier, so she can make a somewhat appropriate response. (Offensive responses can be funny, but they wear thin pretty quickly, so I probably won't be adding those.)

Also, when the original plurk has no specific qualifier, how should she respond?

Please, suggest away! What should KM say? Help her help you!
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