1. How often do you read your friends page? Every time I come on LJ, which is far too often.
2. Does it annoy you when people post too often? There's no such thing. But then, I would say that, wouldn't I? ~g~
3. How often is "too often"? I post more than almost anyone I know. ~shrug~ If you've got something to say, say it, and if I'm interested, I'll read it. simple as that.
4. Do you worry when particular friends don't post often enough? Only if it's someone I know usually posts a lot and they suddenly disappear. There are several people on my Friends list who haven't posted in months, but I know they're just too busy to be bothered with it.
5. Do you read every word of every post on your friends page? No.
6. Do you religiously check what's behind any lj-cuts? Almost always, yes. Unless it's cut as a warning and I really don't want to know.
7. Do you use a reading filter? Never would. If I don't want to read something, I skip it. ~shrug~
8. What type of entry do you most like to read? Hmm...different things from different people. And it depends on my mood, as well. And lots of other things.
But I always love surveys. ~grin~
9. What type of entry makes you grind your teeth? People who post when they're drunk or on drugs - I really don't want to know. I would also say political posts but there's someone with a tendency to post such things and I actually reread their entries, dammit, so that would be hypocritical. ~g~
10. What type of entry sends you to sleep? Technical Geeking - purely because I don't understand it. I don't mind, though.
11. What type of entry would prompt you to defriend someone? It's only happened once, but the only thing I can think of would be if it was an entry written by someone I had feelings for and it just hurt me too much to go on reading their posts 'unexpectedly' - i.e. having them suddenly come up on my friends page, rather than my being able to go and check their journal when I was in the right state of mind to read it. It'll probably happen again - I've come close a few times with a few people.