A Thread to Continue Previous Discussions

Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by mucus, May 12, 2011.

  1. mucus

    mucus Orc Orc Orc

    Feb 11, 2009
    Playing Minecraft
    If you have ever had a thread that was locked . . .
    If you lost your bookmark and can't find a thread anymore . . .​
    If you are a lunatic and the thread that you are looking for never existed . . .
    This is the thread for you!
    That's right folks!
    We are now introducing a thread to cure all that ails you!
    There is a simple formula for the way this thread works, follow the formula and your conversation will continue.
    [*]First of all you need to make it clear as to what you are referring to, of course this is the first rule and thereby is totally ignorable.[*]Second you will have to write a long enough continuation that some one after you will be able to continue that conversation with you.
    [*]Thirdly if a conversation doesn't pertain to you simply ignore the posts.
    [*]Fourth you must, MUST always continue your conversation as though the post before yours was the post that you originally wanted to respond to.
    [*]Fifth: if you find a conversation you like, continue it!

    As long as these basic rules are followed, or ignored, then your conversation will go on!
  2. p1ngpong

    p1ngpong Anti Switch Owners

    Former Staff
    Apr 18, 2008
    DS Scene
    I think this thread should be locked.

  3. mucus

    mucus Orc Orc Orc

    Feb 11, 2009
    Playing Minecraft
    And so i quickly ran home!
    It was really unfortunate that i wasn't wearing any pants. . .
  4. Costello

    Costello Headmaster

    Oct 24, 2002
    all in all I think lilsypha is wrong when she says this forum is full of 14 year olds.
    in average our members are 11.25 year olds
  5. Sterling

    Sterling GBAtemp's Silver Hero

    Jan 22, 2009
    United States
    I can't say I didn't laugh a little on the inside. If you really need to carry on, do it where the public can't see it. pms are a satisfactory outlet.