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  1. If I ignore the fact that he gives me snarky attitude 90% of the time, I would have to say @oj is deserving of the prize. He's honestly a really awesome guy, not only to the community in general, but he helps me with my CSS problems whenever I go running to him, and when I get fed up he just links me his Pastebin and lets me take a profile (thanks Austin, you the goat for that). In all seriousness though, he's truly one of the few wholesome people I've had the pleasure of knowing on this site and his dedication and care shows in so many ways.
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    Ruby power

    I feel like I'm the only person who's actually really confused.
  3. Thanks, Elie! This is exactly what I needed to know! Good luck to everyone trying to get Advanced Member. edit again: Yes! it's so annoying going through a thread about a contest only to see a bunch of "Good lucks." It gets so repetitive and usually takes a while until you find a post that actually had something worth reading. I know people do it good-naturedly, but it is really necessary? I think peope who post threads about contests should just write something along the lines of "Good luck to everyone entering on behalf of (whoever - users on the forum, etc.). Saves time and space. Also delete all the posts on suggestion that just say it's a nice suggestion. I'm guilty of this tbh.
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    Good luck

    Good luck. c:
  5. Sydney

    Lemonade power

    I love this idea, Lem. Especially the lollipop it's so cute.
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  7. None of this makes any sense. This doesn't make users any less frustrated nor does it alleviate the issue at hand. I could have the longest username in the world and it could still mean more to me than a silly shortname. At the end of the day, I chose it for a reason. Maybe I can't afford to buy any xats, or maybe I don't care enough to buy xats. Maybe I'm just here for the chatting experience. ex. 1291499125 might seem like a useless ID to some, but it can actually mean something special to me (DOB, a day that changed my life, etc.). Why's it so hard to empathize with people who appreciate the sentimental value of their accounts over the numerical one?
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