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You completely missed the point. It's not the mere fact that they're changing the name, it's the REASON.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013
I think we should speed up the implementation process of the now long needed sarcicon.
Please answer with a link on your best sarcicon proposal... the best one (I chose, after all, Internet is not a democracy) will be officialy put as a request in subs and sugs.
If you read Rage's first sentence it is clear he is asking for suggestions for a sarcicon: a sarcasm icon, as referred to elsewhere today. And as I replied to the person who did not understand what was going on: all will be revealed some time soon.
So why not wait until after "the fullness of time" to ask for improvement suggestions?.
I did not ask for "improvement suggestions", which is why I was confused by your question.
Has everyone gone so snow-flaky that to recognise Sarcasm it *needs* to be highlighted with an Icon....?
How long will it take before posts containing Sarcasm have to be marked PG or better still "Caution, contents may contain sarcasm and or nasty comments".... along the lines of the good old Coffee Cups?
FFS, it's about time everybody just grew a pair... (Gender neutral of course, don't want to offend anybody)*...
*PG / FSK18, Content may contain Hot Liquids
Who the f*** is General Failure, and why is he reading my harddisk?
And I'm just amazed at all the sickening stereotype cards they still sell in 2019
It's all still blue and pink and the boys are "tough" and the girls are "cute".
I mean, really!? A "tough" infant? What's it going to do, wear a leather jacket and ride a motorcycle?
You'd expect it to be more gender neutral or at least less stereotyping in 2019...
After some browsing I found one that just said "Hooray, A Son" on the outside and "Congratulations" on the inside (still blue, but the boat with stuffed animals and stars, hearts and butterflies is actually kinda cute).
Not to be politically correct or SJW-safe, less of an issue here, but because I never liked the soft and sweet stereotype birth cards.
My general dislike for babies may have something to do with it as well.
For a minute there I was considering buying a "stay strong" card instead