Discussion in 'Suggestions, Requests, Q and A' started by LaPetiteCoquette, Aug 6, 2008.
to the the bold: not true but its subjective imo.
well in that case you won't have to worry too much about breaking the rules or joining the banned. I'm not mad chica play it safe!
I gotta ask are you trying to get the :ban2:?
Nope. which is why I respectfully asked for clarifcation. Hopefully that isn't seen as challenging/undermining mods/admins.
I gotcha. I agree:Different words have different meanings to people.
As long as I can say *****, I'm cool. Everyone who knows me knows I say it in a joking way. For instance, "I can't believe that ***** Demi_DC looks so darn cute in person." See no harm no foul. Q
You may want to click on the red announcement link at the top of the forum.
I believe different words have different meanings to people depending on context in which word is used or in person how it is delivered. I personally don't need a list of words to tell somebody off.
OP let's just keep it"real" you probably have a potty mouth. Don't cuss me out now
Tea and crumpets...
I just read Nikko's Red banner Ms. Plane Jane pass da ahhhh crumpets. Maybe I better just drink some Kool-Aid
(to no one in particular)
"you freakin linksys!!"
i like that.
No ... I don't actually. I have only used unsavory words a few times and in reference to no one on this board. So, it's no big deal. I just don't like unclear rules.
Well .... I just don't know what's allowed and what's not and I have not received a clear answer, so ...
Well, Merriam-Webster didn't major in Agriculture and take the required Animal Science classes. Merriam-Webster didn't have to go to the farm and watch folks sift through cattle poo. Merriam-Webster didn't have to de-worm a steer
"Cow" is the only word that most people use to describe cattle because they don't know the correct terminology. It's an "accepted" term to use generally. I was just giving the TRUE definition of a heifer, cow, etc.
You majored in Agriculture?
How very interesting
Yes, ma'am. Agricultural Sciences w/ a concentration in Agribusiness for undergrad. Environmental & Soil Sciences for grad, starting this fall.
I understand why one would need a list.
I'm not american, and although I've lived here for a few years well. There are some thing that I just don't get. Some of the issues are indigenous to the ppl here and I don't get those either.
I respond to the point and just avoid talking to ppl directly unless it's a PM. I'm scurred. I've been on here long enough and I got into some thing with one lady because I misinterpreted her actions and tried to give 'advice' since then.
I just avoid ANYTHING that might seem inappropriate and over populate my posts with smilies.
*inserts 1000 smiling faces*