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Can someone tell me?

No, I'm kidding, I already know. I just wish people would stop using thread titles that make their thread look like some kind of tutorial or explanation (unless it actually is). I often click through to see if I can learn anything, and it's annoying when I'm disappointed :( Anyone else dislike this?
 
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Can someone tell me?

No, I'm kidding, I already know. I just wish people would stop using thread titles that make their thread look like some kind of tutorial or explanation (unless it actually is). I often click through to see if I can learn anything, and it's annoying when I'm disappointed :( Anyone else dislike this?
How many times can I agree with you? Over 9000? Still not enough.
 

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Probably the single most annoying thing about this forum besides the same old generic threads is probably the lack of the OP to make the thread with a question mark when they are asking a question. It takes a fraction of a second to add and yet they don't do it.
 

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Agree Agree Agree. There should be special mods out there for noobs that do this.
 

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I thought of the perfect solution. If a Noob starts a new thread, their thread title will automatically have 3 or 4 question marks added to the end. As your post count gets higher, the number of question marks added to the end of your thread title decreases.
 

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I thought of the perfect solution. If a Noob starts a new thread, their thread title will automatically have 3 or 4 question marks added to the end. As your post count gets higher, the number of question marks added to the end of your thread title decreases.
What if you're not asking a question?????????????????
 

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I expected this thread to have a tutorial or something...
Next time please add a question mark to your thread title.

Someone should make a tutorial thread on this subject!
 
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