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Old 11-03-2010
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Don't you think we're getting rather too po-faced when a word like ****terproof (as in glass) falls foul of the swear filter.

This is an adult environment and, while I don't suggest foul language or porn on here, I think we really don't need to be protected from pretty mild words do we?
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Default settings - no hope with Scunthorpe then.

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No that gets through - does ****terproof then?
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Swear filter editted so that shatterproof will display however **** will not - can't see why it would be needed.
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Hmmm I feel like testing this filter.

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I thought **** was what we had to use instead of "blue" ...
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I thought **** was what we had to use instead of "blue" ...

I'm surprised that got through. You used the dirtiest word on this forum Teresa
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No "BLUE" is only a dirty word when combined with "LIGHTS"
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Aah, you just about got away with that by putting some words in between them ...
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No "BLUE" is only a dirty word when combined with "LIGHTS"

i though you had to add "FLASHING" to get into truoble
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i though you had to add "FLASHING" to get into truoble

Only when combined with a 'Mac'
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