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If these annoy you, you do not have to click on them. Just pass them by and go on with your posting. Signatures like avatars are those person's and if they like that, then so be it. But as long as it's appropriate.
If you are curious, then you can click, but if you do, you can NOT be mad that someone did that.
Also, some people do it for reason, they just want more room!
Yes, they are very annoying, and I do wish people would just do a simple, easy to read, easy to figure out signature, but they don't. It would be courteous to keep it simple, it would be polite to keep it short, but it's fun to some members to make them long.
They do get annoying after around the third or fourth click, and I get impaitent, but my curosity gets the best of me and I keep going, getting even more annoyed by the second.
There is no rule that says 'Keep your signature simple. No complicated spoilers. They are annoying.' Therefore, the mods can't really ask the users who are doing it to stop, and still be fair. There is also no rule that says 'You must read each and every signature, including the spoilers. Even if they are long and annoying.'
This is a wonderful point, and I can see both points of view.
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