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become a moderator and perhaps they'll let you see it
to publish the list, invites someone to post a 'counter-list' of misspelled or phonetic equivalents to use instead
Then we're in Kafkaville.
I can swear for 3 minutes straight,without repeating myself,but is it too hard to keep things civil ?
Agree :) no point in saying such words anyway. It really doesnt do anything for you and only makes you look frustrated and therefore a bit sad: does a game on the internet make you angry? how cute..
Yeah, that's the point, it made me angry that I was obligated to always click on my own game while there's a timer and it can make me slip, yeah it made me angry, that because of this, I made a move that I really didn't want to because I wanted to try something, but while calculating something, it switched, and when I came back, I made the move I wanted to NOT play, don't tell me you'd be happy. And after that, I got kicked by asking how to remove it, which made me even more angry, and after posting here, I came back to live chess and I was still blocked, which made me even more angry because I had reserved this day for that. After that, some random people tell me I'm immature and stupid because I'm frustrated and they can't understand a bit of information. Yes I was angry, you have something against it?!
It's just a game. And Im sure it was a great game, but if you start new ones then you'll play great games again. So theres no point in going nuts about this one. To bad youve been blocked for a day, hopefully you can play again. And dont stress to much about those, even when you lose because of external factors.
Then we're in Kakaville.
Yeah, that's the point, it made me angry that I ...
What is peculiar is that you are getting free icecream and feel justified in griping about it when, in addition to which, you've been using smack talk all the while.
On top of which, your grandmother probably plays better chess than you. So, get with the program.
Lad...you are a pip.
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"excrement" would be a better choice of words...it would show that you have "class".
I still like "horse pile"
1.What is peculiar is that you can understand a bit of chess, but nothing else not related to it.
2.Getting out of the thread if you're not here to contribute and can't even read it (or if you read and confirmed the point 1) would show that you have some maturity.
Thanks for the help anyway, yesterday is a lost day, now I just go on.
That's the spirit. Don't let it get you down.
chess is supposed to be played quietly,its a game of concentration and of deep thought,not randomly swearing or talking to your opponent...
Let's make it happen!
You must learn to swear in Swedish.
Nice one, lol
Maybe why I blunder.
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