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The first time I read your comment I thought it was disagreeing with the parent post. Upon thinking about it, I now believe that you are agreeing with him. Right?

I'm not trying to criticize your post, but I hope someone could point out why I read it so wrongly -- if there are attributes why make it more likely to be read that way, or if there's something flawed in my perception.

I am agreeing with the parent and disagreeing with the grandparent post.

I think the confusion comes from the "How often do you..." which is frequently used sarcastically-although in my case I meant it literally.

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