With Mod Hat OnCrowner Tab A in Thread Slot B.
A Wizard boyBumping for more votes.
vigilantly taxonomishCalling in favour of renaming Ad Nauseam and cutting the examples that don't fit.
Ravenous SophovoreWe have a consensus to rename here, let's see some alt name suggestions, or we're going to have to shelve this one.
Ad Noying, or Ad Noyance. Not all too clear exactly what it's about, though. Blunter and to the point, Ad Repeat or Ad Repeating.
EDIT: Ignore that last comment, since I used an incorrect translation. Argumentum Ad Nauseam doesn't work anyway.
edited 8th May '12 10:36:12 AM by totlmstr
A Wizard boyThat means something entirely different. It hasn't anything to do with ads.
@ Post 29: Was trying to link to Department of Redundancy Department, and Ad Redundantia came up. It's both blunt and punny.
A Wizard boyMade the Alt-names crowner, but I didn't add Ad Noying or Ad Noyance because that would be an Audience Reaction better represented by Ad Allergy that is somewhat close to Complaining About Ads You Don't Like, but might be suited as a Fan Speak term.
With Mod Hat OnSwing your crowner, doh-see-doh! Now switch crowners!
A Wizard boyThanks.
Gentleman Troper!Vote for bumps.
Special trousers. Very heroic.
Ravenous SophovoreBumping again for votes.
With Mod Hat OnCalling crowner in favor of Repeating Ad.
PULL TO OPENJust finished cleanup of all the natter in the article. Not renaming it quite yet, since it's been so long since this discussion.
I have an avatar now. Avatars are cool.
A Wizard boyAre we keeping the current definition?
A Wizard boyOk, did the rename.
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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