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Ok, I'm going to admit something here...
I actually never knew what people were talking about when they were typing "ten letter rule" I didn't know there was a minimum post length until I read your post. I always just figured it was some forum lingo that I was clueless about. I used to just read posts and not who posted it... so I thought that whoever has the kid named DD sure does post alot! I still haven't figured out what kwim means, I know there's a thread that will tell me but that would take away some of my fun. So, don't tell me what it stands for (a hint or two would be great though)!
Great Point and I think another one would be when people post a new thread that put a real title. For Example, I am tired of just seeing a title "help" post what you need help with or if it is a question, type a summary of the question so people have a general idea of what information or help is need. Or another one I've seen is "ahhh". If people can type, than I am sure they are capable of communicating their need, want, or question a little better than "help" or "ahhh"
or some of the other ones that you have absolutely no idea what the thread is about.
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