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Old 10-15-2017, 23:08   #4
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Originally Posted by Promethean View Post
Alright noobs, listen up. If you're going to use the [RUMOR] tag, could you please make sure to use [/RUMOR] to close the tag, otherwise it is very difficult to work out what is just a rumor and what is real fact, for example:

"[RUMOR]TQ is going to implement an auction house in normal CO. Squidgemelent is a bellend."

Notice that there are two sentences above. It IS a rumor that TQ are thinking about implementing an auction house; however, it has been proven incontrovertibly that Squidgemelent is a bellend. As such, the sentence should read:

"[RUMOR]TQ is going to implement an auction house in normal CO.[/RUMOR] Squidgemelent is a bellend."

Thank you for your attention. Please amend all posts accordingly.

i think it would be more logical to add a CONFIRMED tag e.g. [CONFIRMED] Squidgemelent is a bellend.
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