NotAlwaysRight.com started as a blog where we could read about other people’s hilarious, often mortifying, and sometimes just plain odd real life stories. And for almost fifteen years now, our editors have worked hard to ensure a reading experience that fulfills the storytelling commitment we’ve set. We don’t intend to change that — we appreciate that that’s what has brought back many of you every single day.
That said, this means many stories will remain untold, as they never show up on the site. We think that’s a shame and that’s why we’re introducing the forums. It will be a place where everyone can share and discuss stories on their own terms. This also means for the first time ever, we have the opportunity to be more than stories — we can be a community. Share funny photos or videos, tell a joke, or even rant about things you love and hate.
We have also heard your concerns about the site’s comments section. We want to ensure a safe and positive space for everyone. We aim to accomplish this by clarifying our rules, and start taking a more active approach in both the comments section and the forums.
Now, feel free to explore around, and if you want to get involved then go ahead and click sign up or login at the top of the page. Once you’ve logged in, you can start a new conversation or reply to one. Please do take the time to familiarize yourself with the Forum Rules & FAQ.
We look forward to seeing you in the forums!