How to interpret posts that use excessive !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111


Sun Baked

macrumors G5
May 19, 2002
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Nermal said:
What about when they go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111oneone ? :rolleyes:
By that description we would be throwing rocks at you.

But, I only have a brick tar loaded onto MR at the moment -- so they'd get...

Wake up and smell the mortar, dude.

 

stubeeef

macrumors 68030
Aug 10, 2004
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:rolleyes: ;) WHAT IS THE BIG DEAL??????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

D*n& It, #h!$ #@&*>+(**&^&%%$#@!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;) :rolleyes: :cool:
 

mkrishnan

Moderator emeritus
Jan 9, 2004
29,641
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Grand Rapids, MI, USA
yellow said:
"oneone" = Dr0p @ 5@F3 0N ThAt b*7ch!
OMG I M SO MUCH 1337ER THEN U!!!!!111!!!!! OMG I H8 THIS THREDD!!!! OMG I <3 MY MAC!!!!!!!!

Actually, ahem, the fact that such people frequent Mac-dedicated forums and no one has launched an OS X virus specifically to target them is really quite a testament to our community. ;)

In other news, Symantec reported indications of a new virus that exploits a security hole in all web browsers. It seems the virus only acts when the caps lock key is used in a text box within a website. The website can be any kind of posting mechanism or forum. No patch or workaround has been been established as of yet. :D
 

killuminati

macrumors 68020
Dec 6, 2004
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I think I did that ONCE, but not on this forum. Something really amazingly spectacularly fantastic happened but I can't remember what.
 

xsedrinam

macrumors 601
Oct 21, 2004
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The interpretation should be something like: People who throw rocks shouldn't live stoned in their houses. :D
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SFVCyclone

macrumors 6502a
Feb 24, 2005
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Pasadena, Ca
WOW, some one took the time to do that i cant believe they did that, they must have have so much time on their hands that it irritates them when they see that!!!!!!!!!!!!1111!!!!*******#()@)!)!)_@#*#$(&#$, they probably see it so often, hmmmm <----- decipher that
 

wdlove

macrumors P6
Oct 20, 2002
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Its always possible that the keyboard got stuck. Being upset can cause that sometimes. :D
 

homerjward

macrumors 68030
May 11, 2004
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fig tree
wdlove said:
Its always possible that the keyboard got stuck. Being upset can cause that sometimes. :D
O|\/|G 7#3 !P0D PR0|\| 7#R3@D W@$ 7#3 @W3%0|\/|3 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111

00P$.....
 

MongoTheGeek

macrumors 68040
From the BSD fortune file:

Welcome to UNIX! Enjoy your session! Have a great time! Note the
use of exclamation points! They are a very effective method for
demonstrating excitement, and can also spice up an otherwise plain-looking
sentence! However, there are drawbacks! Too much unnecessary exclaiming
can lead to a reduction in the effect that an exclamation point has on
the reader! For example, the sentence

Jane went to the store to buy bread

should only be ended with an exclamation point if there is something
sensational about her going to the store, for example, if Jane is a
cocker spaniel or if Jane is on a diet that doesn't allow bread or if
Jane doesn't exist for some reason! See how easy it is?! Proper control
of exclamation points can add new meaning to your life! Call now to receive
my free pamphlet, "The Wonder and Mystery of the Exclamation Point!"!
Enclose fifteen(!) dollars for postage and handling! Operators are
standing by! (Which is pretty amazing, because they're all cocker spaniels!)