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Author Topic: An idea: a table of commonly used abbreviations for the benefit of newcomers  (Read 931 times)

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Offline ryokothedemoness137Topic starter

Rummaging around the public part of the site, I've noticed that game suggestion, writing partner wanted and related thread types often have headers with abbreviations in square brackets.

It would be helpful to newcomers if there were a sticky with interpretations of the common ones (surely the meanings can be described in PG-13 rated language, even if the content of the thread being advertised would be NC-17).

M/M is obvious. I'm guessing NC is short for NC-17, but what does MUL mean? and there are others that are similarly mystifying.

Offline Sherona

NC= non-consensual :)

There is the post wher you can find commonly used abbreviations, its in the Rules and Announcement thread :)

Offline Paradox

Sherona to the rescue!

Offline Greenthorn

And in a sticky on top of every players wanted board *winks*

Offline ryokothedemoness137Topic starter

NC= non-consensual :)

Oooo. . .that fits with one idea I've been wanting to try out.  Too bad I'm still stuck waiting for approval.

Offline Paradox

Patience, young grasshopper...demon...thing..

If you're approved, the wait will have been more than worth it!

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There's also the giant header above each section showing the full name, which approved members can see, so that by the time you'd have to figure out where to write, you have some clues.