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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by bcackerman, Jul 15, 2010.
Original Poster. Sometimes used to refer to the person who created the thread.
Or if you're old enough to remember - Ocean Pacific.
Ha, I remember Ocean Pacific.
Or: OPP, if you're down with that.
Old? Walmart sells great cargo shorts by OP! Wearing a pair as we speak.
Let's see how many we can come up with:
OP is still around? Wow! I remember them being huge in school back in the 80s.
Sorta of a triple whammy right there, huh?
1. You clothes shop at Walmart.
2. You still buy OP.
3. You're actually wearing them now!
You had hair back then, no?
A level 80 doing Deadmines.
LOL - it's completely backwards! I had hair on my head, but nowhere else!
Take yer pick. In any case, any one of those terms - in the context of MR - is referring to the guy who starts a topic. First Poster? Number One Poster? Topic Starter Guy? I forget the actual name of what they call him
I thought it was the name of the Sheriff Andy's kid???
That's what I though the first few times I saw that term being thrown around. Apparently it was because the thread starter in that particular thread was an idiot and the rest of the posters were calling him out as a dumb kid. So I initially thought it was slightly derogatory.
It would be awesome if there were a prolific poster here with the name OP, effectively gutting the acronym.
I five star'd this thread.
1. observation post.
2. British Theater . opposite prompt.
3. Order of Preachers (Dominican). Origin:
< L Ōrdō Praedicātōrum
4. out of print.
Yeah, I know them.
Osteoporosis. Drink your milk
Or like your avatar, the 'Ole Philosoraptor
Ahhhh a classic.
But say no to Veliciraptors.
First thought came to mind:
But "Original Poster" is probably what OP really means in context of this message board.