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GeneralIt's that time of year again Pin
honey the codewitch15-Feb-20 4:38
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Generalnotes on acronymic netiquette Pin
BillWoodruff14-Feb-20 16:44
mveBillWoodruff14-Feb-20 16:44 
imho, the frequent use of imho is an attempt to hide arrogance.

imho, afaik is an attempt to hide belief that what you know is the only truth.

imho, both imho and afaik are less serious offenses than using obscurantist protologisms like "acronymic netiquette."

imho, the most distasteful techniques to engineer interest in a post by linguistic paradox are exhibited in this post.

WTF | :WTF:

p.s. since inappropriate sexual and scatological innuendo are so frequent in public forums, I do not mention them, here.
«One day it will have to be officially admitted that what we have christened reality is an even greater illusion than the world of dreams.» Salvador Dali

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