After asking a question last year about if anyone cared when someone says thank you for mho. A LOT of people said they would like it if people did that, so honestly that's the only reason why I do it. Other wise saying thank you feels awkward as hell for me to say.
Though I will not thank anyone if it shows the question was asked 30 days ago.
Yes. Only if the asker selects it, not the automatic system. I thank the asker for selecting my opinion as MHO because ●It's kind and the right etiquette ●It shows good manners ●There are so many users who give MHOs to users only because answerer is good looking, friend or just because they validated their mindset. In those scenarios, they valued my honest opinion. ●They took time to give me appreciation and it really does not hurt in bidding thanks to someone. Some people think it should be the asker who should be grateful. Is that your mentality? Does saying "thanks" make you a smaller person? You know what? "The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say 'thank you'. In between the two, the leader must become a servant and a debtor" Now, THAT'S the difference between people like me and other common users. We are leaders 8)
I used to. I still do all the time when the question is less than 30 days old. When it is 30 days old I still did it, but then I actually received a message telling me that they did not pick me, it was the program. Like, I was being nice, why say that? Anyway, I still thank most of MHO picks.
No. Most likely they didn't pick mine because it's helpful or anything, they probably just needed to pick something so they can get their point. Also I don't like when people do that with my MHO appointments so, do unto others.