anyone started a thread they wish they hadn't?
all the time haha. No one really responds 🙁 One day I WILL start a massive thread. It’s one of my goals for 2012. (tries to think of something polarising and controversial)
ummmm. thinks… umm… Golliwogs, umm, Enid Blyton what a racist cow, umm Noddy is a bastard, umm…Posted 6 years agouser-removedMember
Now I think about it, yes. This one. This one about the first ever ST mag
But only because I dismally failed to express what I meant in the OP and drank solidly throughout the remaining fallout.
EDIT: Actually, just re-read it, and it’s all quite uplifting – must just have been the state of me noggin at the time 🙂Posted 6 years agoDezBSubscriber
Er, this one from a few years back went a bit wrong.Posted 6 years ago
Still funny (to me) though
It was GeeTee1972, and I wonder if those crazy cats ever get it on?Posted 6 years agojulianwilsonMember
I started one last year about the Archbishop of Canterbury, asking whether it was constitutionally and morally ‘OK’ for him to let rip at the government about spending cuts with his Big Bishop Hat on. Alas, what I hoped would be a fruity debate about the contitution and the relationship between church and state just turned into the usual big hitters arguing about whether God exists or not. 🙁Posted 6 years agoElfinsafetyMember
Hmm. There was one recently where a certain Internet Fantasist insulted my mum, but I don’t think I ‘regret’ it, cos at least it served to expose them for the sad pathetic individual they actually are. Spouting stuff they and everyone else knows they woon’t say to my face were we to ever meet in Real Life.
S’the Internet, innit? People spout shite they praps woon’t normally, and let off steam cos they can’t do so in Real Life, effectively. Lots of frustration and pent-up anger on here.
There’s bin a few fun ones where some bigot or other has posted up their thoughts about something, expecting Middle England to support them, and found the tables turned somewhat. They’re always good for a laugh.Posted 6 years agoPapa_LazarouMember
I think there is a tendency to think you can post anything without getting into real trouble, yet quite a few people got done for inciting violence after seemingly encouraging others to riot in the summer.
It would be interesting to see if posting things about doing certain serious criminal activities on a forum sets off any alarms at any organisations who may or may not be monitoring said interwebrigsitry. I would encourage others not to try this though, both for reasons of being banned and banged up.Posted 6 years ago
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