Comment to 'Men's Fiction'
Comment to Men's Fiction
  • If there was say a bill in parliament, passed by women to have men’s fiction named as such, there would be no issue left, besides men, and women need to have something to complain about. It is as if men are on a grand journey to slay a dragon and save the princess in the tower, whom is secretly a damsel in distress. What distress? The very distress that there is, men. I am not wrong in saying that some men can, “Bite off more than they can chew,” but men are generally only good at one thing, insults, and in my experience, that irks women, who only pretend that men are in control, thus women’s fiction, being celebrated, not condoned.

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    • This is a bug in the forum software, which really seems to be causing some concern! When a user deletes their account, existing posts from that account are labelled as posted by 'unknown'.

      However, confusingly, replies to those posts appear as if replying to posts by the user name of the person that's reading them.

      So you will see replies to those posts by the deleted user (in this case 'soon-cat', I believe, AKA 'eyebrowfetish', and several other user-names)  as if they're replies to you. I'll see them as replies to me. And, I assume,  everyone else is seeing them as replies to them!

      It's very bizarre, but no cause for concern or worry. No-one other than you is seeing those replies as being made to posts 'from you' (that you didn't make)!

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      • Thank you Jon, I was wondering how I happened to post something without knowing the existence of the comment!

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        • Thanks for the explanation, Jon. I was beginning to wonder if I was posting in my sleep!

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