Gone bananas.Me Too seems to have a fair bit of Complaining About Websites You Don't Like. For example:
* Some people on The Escapist forums (And this term is used very lightly) tend to do this after their Shepherd "reviews" a game.We can either
Writer's Welcome WagonLet's chainsaw the examples. I thought pages like these aren't supposed to have examples.
ZzzzzzzzzzI was going to hedge-trim rather than chainsaw the examples, leaving valid examples of "Me too!" There was one — a song that was an X, Just...X example. So there aren't any examples now. What we need to decide now is whether to make it officially a "No examples" page or not. I'm inclined to say, "yes, make it officially no examples."
edited 13th Jul '11 7:23:47 PM by Madrugada
"I wish to be surrounded by people who do not look like me in a place full of interesting aromas and colors." — blackcat
What's Gravity Falls.I'm for making it example-less. This can be applied for just about any fandom, so it's only going to be used for complaining, and none of the "notable" examples that were up there in the first place weren't any more notable than your typical example.
Wow, you really hate Law. -Anonymous
Yes, we should make this page a "no examples" page.
The Other TroperWait this is a stock phrase for forums? I would have to say this is one of the cases where the phrase alone does not make a trope. But if this is meant to be about agreement due to nothing else to add, does it have to be limited to message boards?
I'm on the internet. My arguments are invalid.
The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
You need to Get Known to get one of those.
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