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GUEST,pauperback Colloquialisms II - for faster loading (108* d) RE: Colloquialisms II - for faster loading 05 Aug 17


Community colloquialisms:
The spot on British quip: Arrse flounce

{cernunnos said: ↑

I've enjoyed my time on this site and I'm sorry to disapoint my lezzer readership, but in the now lame PC atmosphere on arrse I see no point in continuing. In short I am gone!
Goodbye all!}

Moderator's reply...

"I just saw the post above, and it led me to think about the various types of Arrse flounce we see so regularly.

1. The genuine flounce. This poster has genuinely had enough of Arrse, but feels the need to tell everyone so rather than just stop logging in anymore. Rarely seen again.

2. The Bounce flounce. Most frequently seen from those who spend time in the depression/cats/dogs threads. They get their knickers in a knot about something and make lengthy and repeated posts about how they can no longer stand the tyranny/bulling etc but then slide back in to contribute yet another post of their mutt with its legs in the air. Guaranteed to be seen again using the same ID, with no evidence of shame about the flounce (may occasionally have a sock puppet so they don't actually have to stay away in the interim). Repeat ad infinitum.

3. The Lazarus flounce. Generally get all excited about some internet slur or hardship and make a great noise about the COs deleting their accounts. Usually seen a few days later in a new ID, clearly identifiable, but without any open admission of being a reincarnation to allow them to continue using the site they were so adamant they were never going to use again just days before."

https://www.arrse.co.uk/community/threads/types-of-arrse-flounce.219540/ 


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