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is vulgar language being censored?
Topic Started: Oct 31 2015, 07:36 PM (297 Views)
Queen B
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I'm only asking because I was trying to use a certain "C" word and it ended up changing to "cee you next Tuesday" LOL

I have no issue with it either way, I was just curious.
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Buh-Bye Tan of Our Lives

Lets see:

cee you next Tuesday

EDIT - Yep looks like it is ;)
Edited by Mitchapalooza, Nov 2 2015, 01:00 PM.
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I didn't want to start a new thread. I don't suppose there is a way for member to censor seeing a particular word? There is just one word that keeps getting used and it annoys me to see it only because I think it's gross, but there is nothing wrong with the person using it.
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