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  • Lately, I have noticed that people keep calling Mr. and Mrs. Turner "Mom" and "Dad". Please stop doing this. There are only three exeptions to not calling them this:

    1. In Quotes and Transcripts, this means if a character, most likely Timmy calls them "Mom" and "Dad", then you can use those, but do not write something like "Mom: We are leaving you here with Vicky."

    2. On episode image pages in the "[episode name] Images by Character" section, but only what appears, so do not have "Mom/images/Love at First Height" as the link. Also, do not have them in a caption, unless the first exception applies.

    3. On their main pages, but only in the first paragraph and the infobox as a nickname.

    Please do not continue doing this. If you can think of anymore exceptions that I have missed please tell me.

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    • ...When did you become an admin?

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    • Heeha wrote:
      ...When did you become an admin?

      First, I became admin on July 15, 2014.

      Second, you should not have a elipsis before your statement since it is not a continuation of something.

      Third, please keep conversation on topic.

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    • 120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      ...When did you become an admin?
      First, I became admin on July 15, 2014.

      Second, you should not have a elipsis before your statement since it is not a continuation of something.

      Third, please keep conversation on topic.

      You do realzie that the elipsis is used to indicate a slight pause? Which is what I was doing. Slightly pausing. Not everything has to be about grammar, dude. 

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    • Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      ...When did you become an admin?
      First, I became admin on July 15, 2014.

      Second, you should not have a elipsis before your statement since it is not a continuation of something.

      Third, please keep conversation on topic.

      You do realzie that the elipsis is used to indicate a slight pause? Which is what I was doing. Slightly pausing. Not everything has to be about grammar, dude. 

      You should always use the correct grammar. Also, I am away of that. It is also supposed to not be use at the beginning of a sentence, unless it is a continuation of something. All you needed to write was "When did you become Admin?".

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    • 120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      ...When did you become an admin?
      First, I became admin on July 15, 2014.

      Second, you should not have a elipsis before your statement since it is not a continuation of something.

      Third, please keep conversation on topic.

      You do realzie that the elipsis is used to indicate a slight pause? Which is what I was doing. Slightly pausing. Not everything has to be about grammar, dude. 
      You should always use the correct grammar. Also, I am away of that. It is also supposed to not be use at the beginning of a sentence, unless it is a continuation of something. All you needed to write was "When did you become Admin?".

      But using an elipsis illustrates mys light pause. Anyway, I wouldn't say what I said is incorrect. Literally everybody does it. 

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    • Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      ...When did you become an admin?
      First, I became admin on July 15, 2014.

      Second, you should not have a elipsis before your statement since it is not a continuation of something.

      Third, please keep conversation on topic.

      You do realzie that the elipsis is used to indicate a slight pause? Which is what I was doing. Slightly pausing. Not everything has to be about grammar, dude. 
      You should always use the correct grammar. Also, I am away of that. It is also supposed to not be use at the beginning of a sentence, unless it is a continuation of something. All you needed to write was "When did you become Admin?".
      But using an elipsis illustrates mys light pause. Anyway, I wouldn't say what I said is incorrect. Literally everybody does it. 

      I hate it when people say "Literally". Especially, before "everybody" because it is redundant or make the statement untrue. I do not add an elipsis before I write something because I know correct grammar and it doesn't work well in writing.

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    • 120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      ...When did you become an admin?
      First, I became admin on July 15, 2014.

      Second, you should not have a elipsis before your statement since it is not a continuation of something.

      Third, please keep conversation on topic.

      You do realzie that the elipsis is used to indicate a slight pause? Which is what I was doing. Slightly pausing. Not everything has to be about grammar, dude. 
      You should always use the correct grammar. Also, I am away of that. It is also supposed to not be use at the beginning of a sentence, unless it is a continuation of something. All you needed to write was "When did you become Admin?".
      But using an elipsis illustrates mys light pause. Anyway, I wouldn't say what I said is incorrect. Literally everybody does it. 
      I hate it when people say "Literally". Especially, before "everybody" because it is redundant or make the statement untrue. I do not add an elipsis before I write something because I know correct grammar and it doesn't work well in writing.

      Actually it works very well in writing if you're trying to illustrate a point and care more about that then some stupid thing that only English teachers would make a fuss about. 

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    • Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      ...When did you become an admin?
      First, I became admin on July 15, 2014.

      Second, you should not have a elipsis before your statement since it is not a continuation of something.

      Third, please keep conversation on topic.

      You do realzie that the elipsis is used to indicate a slight pause? Which is what I was doing. Slightly pausing. Not everything has to be about grammar, dude. 
      You should always use the correct grammar. Also, I am away of that. It is also supposed to not be use at the beginning of a sentence, unless it is a continuation of something. All you needed to write was "When did you become Admin?".
      But using an elipsis illustrates mys light pause. Anyway, I wouldn't say what I said is incorrect. Literally everybody does it. 
      I hate it when people say "Literally". Especially, before "everybody" because it is redundant or make the statement untrue. I do not add an elipsis before I write something because I know correct grammar and it doesn't work well in writing.
      Actually it works very well in writing if you're trying to illustrate a point and care more about that then some stupid thing that only English teachers would make a fuss about. 

      Please stop talking about this. It is off topic and your grammar is worse than mine is.

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    • I never said my grammar was better than yours though?

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    • Heeha wrote:
      I never said my grammar was better than yours though?

      I know. I was trying to make a point about your misuse of "then".

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    • 120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      I never said my grammar was better than yours though?
      I know. I was trying to make a point about your misuse of "then".

      Are you trying to be a pretentious jerk? Quit harassing people over something insignificant.

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    • Rue Sinclair wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      I never said my grammar was better than yours though?
      I know. I was trying to make a point about your misuse of "then".
      Are you trying to be a pretentious jerk? Quit harassing people over something insignificant.

      First, he started it.

      Second, it isn't being a pretentious jerk or harassing people if you are trying to make them stop using bad grammar.

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    • 120d wrote:
      Rue Sinclair wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      I never said my grammar was better than yours though?
      I know. I was trying to make a point about your misuse of "then".
      Are you trying to be a pretentious jerk? Quit harassing people over something insignificant.
      First, he started it.

      Second, it isn't being a pretentious jerk or harassing people if you are trying to make them stop using bad grammar.

      There's a difference between using bad grammar and illustrating a point. Also, I didn't start it. I asked you when you had become admin and then you made a big deal because I put an elipsus before my sentence. 

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    • Heeha wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Rue Sinclair wrote:
      120d wrote:
      Heeha wrote:
      I never said my grammar was better than yours though?
      I know. I was trying to make a point about your misuse of "then".
      Are you trying to be a pretentious jerk? Quit harassing people over something insignificant.
      First, he started it.

      Second, it isn't being a pretentious jerk or harassing people if you are trying to make them stop using bad grammar.

      There's a difference between using bad grammar and illustrating a point. Also, I didn't start it. I asked you when you had become admin and then you made a big deal because I put an elipsus before my sentence. 

      You started it by adding a comment that is irelevent to the topic. You could have just messaged to me on my wall.

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    • Don't you guys think you should drop this now? This is really pointless.

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    • MarniDio wrote:
      Don't you guys think you should drop this now? This is really pointless.

      I agree.

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    • Speaking of which, we need the first names on Mr. and Mrs. Turner. Any Ideas?

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    • What do you mean? We cannot just make up names? If you want to make a thread about what their names should be, go ahead, just don't use this one.

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    • Um, what exactly do we need the names for? We can't make up names since that would inserting false information. We only put in their first names once it's been revealed on the show, which will probably never happen. 

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