Requesting Products: Adding a reason for request.

Requesting Products: Adding a reason for request.

Dawn (Lilac Distraction) Dawn (Lilac Distraction)
I think this would be a good idea for when we request a product to review.

(For example, I've requested a moisturizing product and I have notoriously dry skin, which is why I would like to try it and can give a good amount of feedback relative to dry skin.)

This might be a good idea so the admins can get reviews from different types of people. Other things that could be added might be whether or not you have experience with that type of product or would be using it for the first time. For instance, a particular type of toy might get different reviews from a beginner and someone more advanced.
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Jul!a Jul!a
I'm not sure which products trigger it and which ones don't but there are some where you get a window asking you to give a reason for why you want to review it. I agree that it could be nice to have the option on all of them to list a reason if you had a really good one for why you were requesting the item.
Dawn (Lilac Distraction) Dawn (Lilac Distraction)
I've seen the ones about why you think you could give a better review than the one already posted. When it comes to that, I'm not always sure.
Jul!a Jul!a
When I come across those I go take a look at the other reviews. In one case there wasn't another but it was something that shouldn't have been available for requesting anyway, but otherwise just be honest with why you think your review might be better. Worst case is that it gets declined and you try for something else
ToyGurl ToyGurl
I have also seen a few giving me a box for request. Usually the lubricants, lotions, oils, outifts, etc. don't give you a reason box for request.
Howells Howells
I tried a type of astroglide that had 2 reviews only and the box appeared. Then I tried one without reviews and there was no box. I think it only matters if it already has some reviews or not.
Shellz31 Shellz31
I personally hate having to justify why I would write a better review a toy! I hate that, cause I'm not going to say my reviews are better than anyone else's. All I can say is - I want to add another opinion about what the toy is like.
Really, what is the point - I have never been rejected on any like that. Is it REALLY necessary to make people think their reviews are better than others - in that kind of way?

Yeah, it usually always happens to me on any toys with 2 reviews already on it.

An actual reason might be a good idea. Cause then there would be a range of reviews ... like you say with beginners or advanced on a certain product!
cherryredhead88 cherryredhead88
I also just put that I think I can give a different perspective aside from what is already there. If the other reviews left some info out, I will put that I can be a bit more thorough as well.

I have been coming across this a lot lately, maybe it is because of price range or number of reviews already on the toy. I only find items with one or two reviews and I still have to put in why I want it anymore.

Doesn't really bother me, though, because I get them anyways. I remember in a thread a while back where Gary had said that he declines requests like, "I want this toy so bad because it is so sweet looking!" because he doesn't find those valid reasons. I don't blame him!
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