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Zipacna

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#1 6 years ago

Dear most honorable Mr Extraordinary Trousers,

it has come to my attention that you quite surprisingly published a novelty set of social standards. May I throw in my congratulations for this quite courageous step? It was about time you gave all this common folk with their vulgar tongue a damn good thrashing. Quite time indeed. Jolly good, sir, carry on. Huzzah to you and my most sincere support for all your future endeavours.

With highest regards, Zipacna the Second, formerly co-ruler of Introductia

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#2 6 years ago

Dear Spam Forum,

Sometimes, I dream about cheese. That is my expert contribution to this matter. Thank you for having me. I will now retire to my luxurious quarters where I will proceed to snort cocaine of the highest quality and, inevitably, dream about cheese.

Sincerely, computernerd


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#3 6 years ago

Dear Zipacna,

I would like to thank you for these kind words. It is my sincere hope that others will regard our new posting guidelines with the same enthuasiasm. Maybe it would be a beneficial addition to our new set of rules to emphasize that a choice of words such as yours is indeed preferable over colloquial English.

Sincerely, MrFancypants




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#4 6 years ago

Dear MrFancypants,

I would also like to add my words of gratitude in regards to the recent declaration of set guidelines of proper parlance. I feel that this humble forum will benefit greatly from the utilization of high-caliber, proper language. Good day to you, Sir.

Sincerely, computernerd


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