Disguised swearing - No more please

An ongoing trend of late has been the use of disguised swearing by various members. Whilst I won’t single specific individuals out, it has been on the increase this season to the point where members will now be warned if it continues.

As of this point moving forward, all disguised swearing is to cease immediately. If you refer to the form rules, you will see that disguised swearing is not permissible.

Posts containing disguised swearing will be deleted and if a specific member is identified in being persistent in the use of such language, they will be warned. For the record, if a member receives three warnings they will be banned.

This forum has always prided itself on being a forum where everyone is welcome to discuss all things Rugby League and the Wests Tigers. I don’t think it is too difficult to ask people to post politely and intelligently. Whilst people get frustrated when the team loses, it’s no excuse to start swearing and using abbreviated swearing, there are other places for that.

If anyone has any questions, please post them here, but I think this rule is pretty clear in its explanation.

Point taken !

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WTF

Acronym for well thats fair.

@simonthetiger:

WTF

Acronym for well thats fair.



Way To Filthy……no more thank you… 😃

is wtf disguised swearing? or words like “c*ap” ? not sure which, if wtf is you might want to remove :wtf

@Milky:

is wtf disguised swearing? or words like “c*ap” ? not sure which, if wtf is you might want to remove :wtf

I think we can all read between the lines when someone is trying to say the rude word with those 3 letters .

happy tiger has his fantasy League thread which is : happy tiger WTF NRL Fantasy League
which is abbreviated to Wests Tigers Forum.

Surely we haven’t become that precious on here 😒 .

I think we can tell in someone’s post when someone is trying to use foul mouth .

But obviously Willow , Kul and Mods determine what is appropiate.

@foreveratiger:

@Milky:

is wtf disguised swearing? or words like “c*ap” ? not sure which, if wtf is you might want to remove :wtf

I think we can all read between the lines when someone is trying to say the rude word with those 3 letters .

happy tiger has his fantasy League thread which is : happy tiger WTF NRL Fantasy League
which is abbreviated to Wests Tigers Forum.

Surely we haven’t become that precious on here 😒 .

I think we can tell in someone’s post when someone is trying to use foul mouth .

But obviously Willow , Kul and Mods determine what is appropiate.

‘Happy Tiger, wtf’ is probably something most of us post (or want to post) on just about a daily basis.

@Milky:

is wtf disguised swearing? or words like “c*ap” ? not sure which, if wtf is you might want to remove :wtf

Excellent point.

@Tiger In The Gong:

@Milky:

is wtf disguised swearing? or words like “c*ap” ? not sure which, if wtf is you might want to remove :wtf

Excellent point.

That icon has no been removed, thanks for pointing that one out.

Abuse of the rep system might be worth looking into as well.

@GNR4LIFE:

Abuse of the rep system might be worth looking into as well.

Who abuses it 😆

@Milky:

@GNR4LIFE:

Abuse of the rep system might be worth looking into as well.

Who abuses it 😆

Very insecure people Milky.

Up to you and others in charge Willow, but unless it is consistent or aimed, a bit over the top in this day and age for mine. The now removed icon is a case in point, as it was no issue until now.

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I think everyone should know their limits, saying “wtf” in the context of confusion isn’t bad. But if you are aiming a swear word and abusing someone directly, regardless of it is a player, coach or fellow member that is going beyond your limits and disrespectful.

I don’t swear, i hate people who swear, it is disgusting tbh, discussing a matter appropriately does not require any swearing what so ever, so i don’t mind it being abolished completely but it is natural for people to say wtf or bs every now and then.

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