Trolls who post under several names get banned. No questions, no appeals.
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I don’t suppose you do windows.
Now sweetie, what punishment shall thy seek regarding authors who post under several names?
Yes, do tell Master Bob, what ever shall become of these authorship trolls? One hopes thou willst be sending them to Detroit.
Ed… Will… WTF are you boys doing here? This is a nice page with nice boys and girls. We are on here to discuss nice things like ballet and weed. Kindly get your britches back onto your respective Wikipedia pages. Jimbo is not pleased.
There is an order of magnitude of difference between being a troll and being impish. 🙂
Hate to bother you but could you please explain that to my priest?
You laughin’ at me, huh? Huh? You laughin’ at m- What am I, a clown? Do I amuse you? I’m what, I’m funny now? Huh? You must be laughin’ at me; I don’t see anybody else around here! Fock.
Damn. And no one had yet suspected that i’m really Cameron Wiltshire, agent provocateur.
Earl Sweetie, when willst thou and thous peeps give up this silly notion that thou are the author of my works? You knowst very welleth that Sir Bacon hath written my plays.
Now WTFeth? Just because I was merely a player at such games as jousting the maids of honour and monster truck rally doth not mean I was never a swan so sweet.
Aye, thou hast gotten me with that one. I hath scene and heard thou’s squeaky dolphin.
O hai, I absolutely adore my squeaky dolphin pillow pet! Remember when thoust sent it to me? Thou clever devil hath inserted in its belly pocket a copy of thou’s play The Tempest.
Ai, fond memories those be. I had to get rid of my last manuscript as I do not wish to burden my heirs with my papers. They willst also be so pleaseth to not be the recipients of a shitloadeth of books as I hath just recently purchased mine very own Kindle.
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