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2 hours and still nobody pointed out what's wrong in my post.
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woa
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abraker wrote:

2 hours and still nobody pointed out what's wrong in my post.
I see it but I'm not into forum modding. Apologies.
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If you insist.

"OT doesn't have people posting things that don't fit the forum's description", yet we've got multiple posts that belong in Help and G&R that happen to be here for some reason.
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Yet you are into forum shitposting.

So you're all for making a mess, but when it comes to cleaning it's the plague?

Take the shitpost and put the letters into their place or so help me I will turn this thread around!
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Yes and it called general dic
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That's... not really relevant to the initial point?
I vomit shitposts like anyone else in OT, as that's off-topic from other forum descriptions, therefore fitting best here, where there's little need to aim or mold your shitpost to some sort of subject-related thread or post.

Staying on topic to the initial idea, I'm sure other invading threads that belong elsewhere would actually fit their respective forum's description.

Perhaps I'm missing your point?
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I mean this video was made by a youtuber named "Ontopic".



Surely this is what you were referring to.
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This thread sucks
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wouldn't on topic basically be about osu
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But if you post off-topic in Off-Topic, wouldn't you consider it on-topic?
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But what is off-topic in off-topic, and then, if you post on-topic in off-topic, is it still considered off-topic?
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Kobold84 wrote:

But if you post off-topic in Off-Topic, wouldn't you consider it on-topic?
This wrecks my brain. Send Help
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Aiseca wrote:

Kobold84 wrote:

But if you post off-topic in Off-Topic, wouldn't you consider it on-topic?
This wrecks my brain. Send Help
The answer is no.

Put simply, Off-Topic diverges from discussions about osu!, and going off-topic in Off-Topic just means you didn't follow the topic of a particular thread or discussion. That doesn't cancel out to make it "On-Topic" by any means.
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