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#1 Apr 03 2012 at 12:52 PM Rating: Decent
What's a good site for creating forum signatures?
#2 Apr 03 2012 at 12:58 PM Rating: Excellent
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Like what kind of signature?

Regardless, a lot of those thingies don't work here.
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#3 Apr 03 2012 at 1:05 PM Rating: Decent
For instance you have an avatar under your name on the side of your post and a signature under what you posted. It is just wording, but I have seen picture sigs. A long time ago I used www.dksigs.com but i have been offline for a long time and now i can't access the site. I am assuming it must be gone. So I am looking for another site that does the same thing.
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someproteinguy wrote:
Regardless, a lot of those thingies don't work here.
I, for one, am happy for that. Can you imagine the hideousness of the forums if everyone could just have any image in their signature, all willy nilly?

I can't think of any sites that do it for you, since a lot of the time people just do it using programs like Photoshop or GIMP. Sorry.

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kanlyw wrote:
For instance you have an avatar under your name on the side of your post and a signature under what you posted.


The flask thingy I uploaded here to Zam, and with premium membership you can select one of your images for an avatar pic.

kanlyw wrote:
It is just wording, but I have seen picture sigs.


mmm hmmm, mmm hmmm, I see. Yeah, I'm not aware of any of those that work here. As for other forums, you may have more luck asking members of those communities.

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#6 Apr 03 2012 at 1:26 PM Rating: Decent
Thank you for the responses. I guess that may be why the other site no longer exists.

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#7 Apr 03 2012 at 2:33 PM Rating: Good
One I use for my guild website is called magelo. They have the option of creating avatars and signature images for WoW, EQ, TOR, and Rift. You can make some really gorgeous ones too, but like protein said, you can't use them here unless you have premium.
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#8 Apr 03 2012 at 5:22 PM Rating: Good
get premium. Be cool.
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#9 Apr 03 2012 at 6:27 PM Rating: Good
Some of us are too poor to be cool. Smiley: tongue
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#11 Apr 03 2012 at 8:08 PM Rating: Good
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Some of us are too poor to be cool. Smiley: tongue


being poor can be cool too, if you play the cards right.

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#12 Apr 03 2012 at 10:14 PM Rating: Good
Explain.
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#13 Apr 04 2012 at 8:59 AM Rating: Good
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Explain.


I am cool and I only have $4 in my name.

At least I think red=cool.
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I am cool and I only have $4 in my name.
I have a wife, too. Smiley: crymore
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I am cool and I only have $4 in my name.
I have a wife, too. Smiley: crymore
If that's anything like a girlfriend, she counts as negative money. Smiley: sly
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Girlfriend or wife is like her money is her money as well as your money is her money
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I feel fortunate she lets me keep my Starbucks card.
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#18 Apr 04 2012 at 12:51 PM Rating: Excellent
You guys either have bad taste in women or you're just plain misogynists. Smiley: tongue We're not all money grubbers you know!
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PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
You guys either have bad taste in women or you're just plain misogynists. Smiley: tongue We're not all money grubbers you know!


Smiley: dubious
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#20 Apr 04 2012 at 12:58 PM Rating: Good
Don't give me that look, mister. I know you're all just teasing and I am too. Except for me saying that not all women are money grubbers that is.
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WHAT-ever.



She doesn't get much either these days. Yay for kids. Smiley: yippee
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#22 Apr 04 2012 at 3:38 PM Rating: Excellent
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Society has made it largely alright/acceptable/admired for females to be Money Grubbing Hoes. A fair portion of females are thus Money Grubbing Hoes. Many females are NOT Money Grubbing Hoes, we will call these females Women. Unfortunately Society tends to glorify the successes of Money Grubbing Hoes. This glorification undermines the real success and struggles that honest, hard working, and intelligent Women go through. A Woman who works hard to succeed is often not given the credit she has earned because she is assumed to be a Money Grubbing Hoe. The only real solution is for females to stop glorifying Money Grubbing Hoes. This is unlikely to happen due to the high percentage of females who happen to be Money Grubbing Hoes.

I find Money-Grubbing Hoes offensive because I know many Women that are intelligent and work hard for what they have. The shame is that society, so both men and women, ignore these Women to instead focus on Money-Grubbing Hoes.

The only solution I believe will work, relative to stemming this tide of idiocy, is for Women to start beating the snot out of Money Grubbing Hoes whenever they see one. I would advocate that both sexes beat the snot out of Money Grubbing Hoes, but then I would be labeled as a man who beats Women (Which is not the case. I would never beat a woman... I think that means I do not treat them equally?).

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#23 Apr 04 2012 at 4:15 PM Rating: Excellent
If I was any good in a fight, that would be a tempting idea, lol.
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Rather than beating the Money Grubbing Hoes, an alternative solution would be to simply ignore them, thus eliminating the Money to Grub.

The trouble with this, however, is that generally Money Grubbing Hoes are also hot. Due to this, Drooling Men let them Grub Money and Fired Up Women buy the magazines and tune into the shows to complain about them. If the Fired Up Women would stop watching their shows and buying their clothes, the Money Grubbing Hoes would not be so well known to the Drooling Men who would then not be so prone to searching them out.
#25 Apr 05 2012 at 11:20 AM Rating: Excellent
The only TV shows I watch with any regularity are Once Upon a Time, Glee and Daily Show and Colbert Report. Yay, I'm advancing the cause!
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Pantherfern you are of course very right. I am on the other hand wrong. Violence never solved anything. Still, those Money Grubbing Hoes wouldn't be so hot anymore if Pigtails rearranged their faces.

Just Sayin' is all.
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Violence never solved anything.
Did pretty good during World War II.
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You are always right there for me Lolgaxe +1... always right there.
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#29 Apr 05 2012 at 1:49 PM Rating: Excellent
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If I was any good in a fight, that would be a tempting idea, lol.


I'll teach you how to fight, then we can take them on together.
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Is a Nocturnal Sun anything like a Moon?
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If I was any good in a fight, that would be a tempting idea, lol.


I'll teach you how to fight, then we can take them on together.

I'll supply the jello. Smiley: sly
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Is a Nocturnal Sun anything like a Moon?
I figured it was more like this.
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Pretty easy to identify Money-Grubbing Hoes: fake tan. Also, try giving them something that isn't Coach/Prada/D&G/Gucci and see what they say.

I find the amount of designer crap girls feel they need is inversely proportional to how long it takes before I walk away. No matter how hot they are.
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Pretty easy to identify Money-Grubbing Hoes: fake tan. Also, try giving them something that isn't Coach/Prada/D&G/Gucci and see what they say.

I find the amount of designer crap girls feel they need is inversely proportional to how long it takes before I walk away. No matter how hot they are.


True. On the other hand, for me, you can pretty much say the same thing about guys. I can't stand dudes that feel the need to show off their Mohave Watches, and designer suits.
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Theophany wrote:
Pretty easy to identify Money-Grubbing Hoes: fake tan. Also, try giving them something that isn't Coach/Prada/D&G/Gucci and see what they say.

I find the amount of designer crap girls feel they need is inversely proportional to how long it takes before I walk away. No matter how hot they are.


True. On the other hand, for me, you can pretty much say the same thing about guys. I can't stand dudes that feel the need to show off their Mohave Watches, and designer suits.


Okay, but if they start jello wrestling too I'm going to have to bow out for a bit.
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I figured it was more like this.

That would make more sense Pold, but when I made it, it was more in reference of the moon lol
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You guys either have bad taste in women or you're just plain misogynists. Smiley: tongue We're not all money grubbers you know!


Pics or it didn't happen.

Oh, and since nobody's said it yet:

CAT FIGHT!!!!!

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#38 Apr 06 2012 at 3:25 PM Rating: Good
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xNocturnalSunx wrote:
The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Moonkissed wrote:
Is a Nocturnal Sun anything like a Moon?
I figured it was more like this.

That would make more sense Pold, but when I made it, it was more in reference of the moon lol
Well, then I'm sorry I didn't go with the more humor based option of assuming you were referencing the old "[Insert Racial Stereotype] Space Agency" joke.
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#39 Apr 06 2012 at 5:28 PM Rating: Good
xNocturnalSunx wrote:
PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
If I was any good in a fight, that would be a tempting idea, lol.


I'll teach you how to fight, then we can take them on together.


I like this idea.
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Pretty easy to identify Money-Grubbing Hoes: fake tan. Also, try giving them something that isn't Coach/Prada/D&G/Gucci and see what they say.

I find the amount of designer crap girls feel they need is inversely proportional to how long it takes before I walk away. No matter how hot they are.


True. On the other hand, for me, you can pretty much say the same thing about guys. I can't stand dudes that feel the need to show off their Mohave Watches, and designer suits.

I think you mean Movado watches.

And you're right; like girls, guys shouldn't brag about how much a watch costs or how much their suit cost. If it's nice, other people will notice it and compliment it. If it's not, it's not.

I wear expensive clothes. But jeans, no matter who makes them, are still jeans no matter how comfortable or stylish. A watch is still a watch, and a wallet is still a wallet.

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But jeans, no matter who makes them, are still jeans no matter how comfortable or stylish. A watch is still a watch, and a wallet is still a wallet.
And a cookie is just a cookie, but Fig Newtons are fruit and cake.
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#42 Apr 07 2012 at 10:26 AM Rating: Good
I thought it was fruited cake?
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Overlord Theophany wrote:
But jeans, no matter who makes them, are still jeans no matter how comfortable or stylish. A watch is still a watch, and a wallet is still a wallet.
And a cookie is just a cookie, but Fig Newtons are fruit and cake.

Are you calling my jeans Fig Newtons?
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I thought it was fruited cake?
Wikipedia wrote:
American advertisements have most frequently featured a narrator with a British accent and other European themes, presenting the pastry as an elegant, sophisticated "adult" sweet that would appeal to the upper classes, rather than as a kiddie lunchbox snack. In the 1980s, Nabisco again produced the popular advertising slogan "A cookie is just a cookie, but a Newton is fruit and cake."


Overlord Theophany wrote:
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Overlord Theophany wrote:
But jeans, no matter who makes them, are still jeans no matter how comfortable or stylish. A watch is still a watch, and a wallet is still a wallet.
And a cookie is just a cookie, but Fig Newtons are fruit and cake.
Are you calling my jeans Fig Newtons?
Hrm...potato salad.
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#45 Apr 08 2012 at 3:30 PM Rating: Good
They should have picked actors for their commercials that could enunciate properly then, because I always thought it was fruited cake.
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Theo... you are correct. Movado Watches. I was readying about the Mohave/Mojave Desert and was therefore thinking about it.

I think that Poldy is thinking about your pants and salad. This may be good for you or concerning.
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