Post by mistake

When your scheduled post messed up and it’s too late to change it because people already started liking and commenting, what’s your reaction?


Cuddle for treats, a short poem, should have posted today but as mention above, it’s too late.

Oh well, do check it out if you haven’t read it.

Have a great Thursday! 😘

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48 thoughts on “Post by mistake

        1. Haven’t seen a single episode of NCIS because when it was aired in Norway, we traveled a lot and got no time to follow a series. But I’ve been curious. I should give it a go soon.

    1. Nah, there’s nothing more to edit. It was the schedule that went wrong. Besides, now I got a fun post out of it (I hope) πŸ˜‚

  1. Hahah yep, had this happen before too – just totally forgot to change the title or add the actual text, but people start liking it anyway or commenting and asking what’s gone wrong… Oops. I just leave it too. C’est la vie! πŸ˜† xx

    1. So true! There’s nothing else to say in the face of accident, *shrug* c’est la vie! πŸ˜‚

  2. Ahhh….the dreaded WordPress bug…. πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ I have had a post disappear before and post before I finished editing. So frustrating!
    On a happier note, Happy Thanksgiving!πŸ¦ƒπŸ

    1. Thank you. I hope you’re having a wonderful thanksgiving too Renee 😁
      Seriously time to squashed this bug. Hate bugs so much real or digital πŸ˜„

    1. I also want to do that. But schedules saves me time, and there are time when I can’t be online at all but still want to post haha πŸ˜€

  3. That happens to me, too. Sometimes I’m in the middle of creating a post, when for some reason I accidentally hit a button that publishes it immediately. If I don’t notice it in time to unschedule, people start liking it and commenting. It’s kind of embarrassing.

      1. I sometimes do that when there’s only likes, but for some reason, I don’t feel to pull it back when there are comments haha πŸ˜€

      2. I sometimes do that when there’s only likes, but for some reason, I don’t feel pull it back when there are comments haha πŸ˜€

      3. What the hell, maybe that’s what I’ll do next time. It may strike those who commented, as odd, but maybe that’s all part of the fun of blogging.

        1. By updating a blog post once in a while, you make sure that it retains its usefulness. In most cases, you don’t need to completely overhaul it, just update and maybe update or change the art.

        2. We smartasses don’t care how people view us anyway, so one odd thing to add to the list won’t make a difference πŸ˜‚

        3. I am forever going back to posts to update something or, worse, replace a missing video or picture. Linking back to a video or picture can get broken at any moment.

          There are many posts I’ve gone back and deleted.

          1. In my case, no. It’s the web programmer in me. And, speaking of that, in WP’s desire to shove us (kicking and screaming) into this block editor bulls***, I’ve found that the Classic Editor is slowly losing functionality. It started two years ago when they did away with the “proofread” button. Now, if I don’t put in paragraph tags and line breaks, it all comes out wonky. Jerks.

          2. I’ve given up on the Classic Editor. I understand that by 2022, it will no longer be supported.

            The Block Editor does have a means for you to write code, if that’s what you want to do.

          3. It’s not too bad. It takes a little learning. You can do more with it than with Classic, but it’s also kind of clunky and quirky to work with. And there are a few things you can do with Classic, that you can’t do with the Block Editor.

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