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Okay, so I've been reading through the banishment and suspension forums for fun and I've noticed that the representatives have 'XBLPET' before their names such as | XBLPET Rho | (Without the pipes around it). What does the XBLPET stand for?
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Yup, that's the right of it. XBLPET are people you will only really bump into if you have done wrong. I don't think I have ever seen them post outside their own section. They do a good job from what I can see, keeping the place clean.
So, why is it that you're allowed to use "profane" acronyms, yet you claim that's against the rules and ban others for the same? Just curious since it seems a bit hypocritical to use such phrases yourself in public and then in private to insist that it's
against the rules and a banable offense when it's convenient for you.
And yes, I realize how ridiculous it is to consider something like "lmao" as profane. The sad part is though, you don't. Unless it's convenient for you, of course. It's funny how things like that seem to work out. ;)