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Re: Where is the line?

Postby the bear » 13 Dec 2011, 13:26

Probably worth bringing to people's attention the drop down menu under the "!" icon top right. This is new is it not? Included in the menu is a specific troll/smurf red alert. Hit this whenever you suspect smurfery/trollage is going on. And please people exercise discretion when answering obviously ridiculous questions. It wasn't the dildo that was the problem, it was the ridiculous tag-on question about an acceptable natural alternative. We might be adults but we aren't altsex.com! :cool:
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Re: Where is the line?

Postby tommy525 » 13 Dec 2011, 13:37

superking wrote:In the past there was a line and when you crossed it the old guard came out and went Chicken Oriental about you crossing it. Good grammar, no trolling, no disgusting posts, no rule transgressions. People moderated each other and when the mods came in for a double dip of punishment the posters were up in arms.

Now I see a post asking where to buy a dildo, I see numerous threads with people outing each other as trolls, threads asking where the line is (ok this thread! :lol: ), people generally asking what the effing jeff is going on.

So. What the effing jeff is going on? Can we just accuse each other of trolling now? Can we just smurf with full abandon? Is Farang an acceptable put down now? And where, for Gods sake, can JOSH find himself a dildo? At what point did the thin end of the wedge become the comfortable middle?

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Re: Where is the line?

Postby Toe Save » 13 Dec 2011, 13:38

Where do you want the line to be?
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Re: Where is the line?

Postby tommy525 » 13 Dec 2011, 13:43

song for our bitchin bout the line :)

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Re: Where is the line?

Postby TainanCowboy » 13 Dec 2011, 16:45

We say "farang kinok", which mean farang with bird sh*t on it.
So farang good, but "farang kinok" not good.

That's deep man...really deep.
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Re: Where is the line?

Postby TheGingerMan » 13 Dec 2011, 17:22

Toe Save wrote:Where do you want the line to be?

Over there, roughly.
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Re: Where is the line?

Postby the bear » 13 Dec 2011, 17:35

TheGingerMan wrote:
Toe Save wrote:Where do you want the line to be?

Over there, roughly.


Bit to the left, easy does it.
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