**To clear it up, I am not leaving Stardoll, and if I did, I wouldn't announce it via post. The title was just an example of what someone who leave might say. But I would like to talk about the topic though.
Define 'leaving Stardoll'. Honestly a person leaves Stardoll everyday when they log off, so what does it mean to permanently leave?
Technically, the only way I see fit that you can say you are leaving the website for good is if you delete your account along with your account details, therefor, it can't be accessed again.
But WHY do people choose that option? Its because they need a reason to escape. And though I think I sound crazy saying that, its true, people get or have gotten obsessed with Stardoll either in the past or now and then when their 'boredom' grows, they feel the need to tell the world, 'I am leaving and never coming back!!! I will miss all my friends Lulu, Fifi, Bob, and Willis! Love, xolovrgrl2301ox.'
But really, about 70% of the people who say they are leaving for good, they will come back within a week to 4 months tops. I will show a part of a previous post made by Zoe addressing the whole 'To leave or to not leave' drama that people who choose to face.
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I find that kind of sad.. people get frustrated, angry, upset, and up and leave dramatically.. from a website. They are upset they spent this or that amount of money, they hate that they wasted this or that amount of time on doing this project, that graphic, this party, that competition. In all honestly, they are mad at themselves for escaping their real lives for a piece of virtual happiness.
I don't blame them, but I don't like it when people have tons of regret of things they do. Maybe if you are that girl who hacked a few people, maybe if you bought Stardollars to get a MK or first season DKNY object. Or perhaps even stayed up til midnight to buy the whole LE collection. But guess what?
You can't turn back time. You can't undo buying this, or that. Its said and done. So you can't blame a website for what YOU choose to do. So leaving it, no, running away is not the solution. Just accept it, you did what you did, because life doesn't hand out refunds.
I only want to leave if I feel like I have no purpose to come back. But you know what? I joined because I loved Paperdoll dress-ups, and you know what else? I make Barbie doll clothes in real life as a hobby. So I stay around because I like to dress up my own little doll. Not because of fame, fashion, or friends.
So if you plan to leave, think it through, why exactly did you come around, why do you plan to leave?
That way you can save the trouble of being just another one of the masses who leave, come back, do it again. And I am sure there are tons of people who have left, were too embarrassed to say they were back, and started their Stardoll 'life' all over again.
My ending statement for all of this is.. if you want to leave please don't make some huge fuss about it, think it through, have fun with your real life, and don't let Stardoll be your only hobby or thing to fall back on when life is low if you can help it.