Name colors
#1
What does each color mean?

I've seen blue, red, green, and purple so far.
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#2
What? What do they mean?

I'm missing something here, aren't I?
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#3
(01-22-2013, 10:22 AM)Card Wrote:  What? What do they mean?

I'm missing something here, aren't I?

When you post your display name is blue, most people's are blue. Usually forums have a different color for mods, but here I've seen 3 other colors besides the standard blue. I was wondering if each had a different meaning, and what not.
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#4
when we fisrt started out there were only a few so we had colour choices, now there are too many so it's just the usual.
mods have diff colours so do admin etc.

all light red colour denotes normal member
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#5
Ahh... I thought he meant "name" as a verb. D'oh!
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#6
Double rainbow all the way across the sky... What could it mean???
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#7
I was getting ready to call out "Eggshell! Turquoise! Piss-Yellow! Chantilly Lace!"

But, of course, it was a forum question. Darn.
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#8
Feel free to call out anyway... I want to see who answers to "Piss-Yellow" Big Grin
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#9
Well, most of our names are "Outhouse Water Blue."

It'd be fitting for someone to have "Piss-Yellow," don't you think?
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#10
You can be red if you like, you just need to change the theme in your user CP -- though there are just the two to choose from at the moment and I keep it blue because red is far too exciting Smile
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#11
i use the red one so i never spotted the blue names Big Grin
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#12
Colour is so important. So important. A recent report disclosed that most women feel confidant and sexy in red -- but few dare wear it. Following a study of the effects of colour on in-mates in NYC, where it was found that violence subsided hugely if they were in pink rooms, I selected papillon for my office. It certainly had no effect on one man, a regular visitor, as he would explain a point by hurling things around. And it became known as the tart's boudoir, a little predictably, I thought. I'm not only off-topic, I never found it, did I?

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#13
i always thought papillon meant butterfly Sad
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#14
(01-23-2013, 07:48 AM)billy Wrote:  i always thought papillon meant butterfly Sad
That's why they name the dog that. Its ears look like furry butterfly wings...if you bend your head to the side and sniff paint fumes.
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#15
I thought papillion was what you call men who have boobs.

Guess you learn something new every day.

On looking closely, I now see that you said "papillon" instead. I feel silly now.
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