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How to Un-do a Mistake

Sunday, December 30, 2012

This morning I was reading a really nice blog on my iphone. I don't know what I did, but I somehow reported an inappropriate blog. I feel terrible. Is there a way to un-do it?
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  • v LOVETOLAUGH56
    Ooops, I've done it too on occasion and I figured that some one from spark would check it out and not find any thing wrong with it and pay no further attention
    1329 days ago
  • v AGK3112
    I am so sorry. I wish there is undo button on it. But you will be fine. Just don't think much about it. It was just a mistake and we can't do anything about it.
    1330 days ago
  • v DAISY443
    I can't imagine that you would do anything inappropriate, but maybe you could send them a little goodie with an apology!!
    1333 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/30/2012 4:22:33 PM
  • v A-NEW-TARA
    I'm sure that button gets clicked by mistake quite often, especially on a phone. They should add a warning after you hit it asking "Are you sure you want to report this blog?" That would likely save them a lot of time in the long run and help save use from accidentally reporting something.

    Have a great day!
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    1333 days ago
  • v LITTLE_QUEEN
    I AM SURE EERYTHING WILL BE OK
    1333 days ago
  • v CAT-IN-CJ
    I've often wondered about that. Good to know it isn't fatal
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    1333 days ago
  • v KITT52
    not really but one of the coaches will check it out and when they don't find anything might let you know they did not find it inappropriate ....
    it was a mistake no big issue really...bet people do it all the time....

    have a healthy day
    1333 days ago
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