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Honestly it's kind of stupid how these are allowed on discord and not on chat. Just like discord, children can't go on chat because they have to have an account, which requires you to be over 13. Yes technically underage users can easily make accounts (it's been made very clearly on this wiki especially), but even still anyone who makes an account should presumably be able to handle these swear acronyms which most people learn by age 9 or 10. Basically what the allow swear acronyms on discord proposal stated but on chat too. 9/17(W•C•E) 19:52, July 26, 2020 (UTC)
Support - <imagine being allowed to say simp but not being allowed to say lamayo, specially when the P in simp stands for something inappropiate> —Preceding unsigned comment added by CarlTheManager (wall • contribs). Remember to sign your posts with ~~~~
Support - If an underaged person is capable of creating an account and keeping their age secret, they should be able to handle simply the first letter of a bad word. GuyBesideYou3M·C·E18:50, August 3, 2020 (UTC)
Reply - First of all, it's already allowed on discord so I don't see why we can't have it on the other live-chatting place (Special:Chat). Also, this proposal isn't allowing the swears anyways, just the acronyms. In reality, this is just a proposal to allow wt_ and lm_o, which can easily just have letters replace the bad letters in the acronyms like wth or lmbo, but of course people don't like saying it like that and would rather just use the actual acronyms. 9/17(W•C•E) 21:59, August 3, 2020 (UTC)
Reply - first of all, you're rarely on chat. second of all, imagine thinking allowing swear acronyms means we are not a cultural society. Jfro8461 (talk) 22:03, August 3, 2020 (UTC)
Reply - I was strongly opposed to allow swearing acronyms in Discord, and Chat is still part of wiki. Imagine what will happen, if a user, who has experience of editing wiki will be about joining this, but came in chat and see swearing acronyms in it. He might change his mind about the wiki on the bad side.
Support - I'm fine with these just being allowed in chat and not elsewhere on the wiki because from what I've seen chat is the only place where people want to use these acronyms. Louis219(W•C•E) 22:12, August 3, 2020 (UTC)
Extremely Strong Oppose - No profanity or any hint of it should ever be allowed. Period. Blubabluba9990M·C·E
Reply - Can you give a reason why profanity should "never be allowed?" Damn, hell, AND crap are technically profanity and are allowed on this wiki and nobody has a problem with them. I doubt measly acronyms like lmbo or wth can actually harm the wiki. I seriously find it weird how people try to prevent these acronyms when worse words are allowed and they're already allowed on discord... 9/17(W•C•E) 00:13, August 4, 2020 (UTC)
Support - Eh, it'll be a weight off the mods shoulders plus I don't think it should cause any issues. ChickenkrispiesWCE 00:08, August 4, 2020 (UTC)
Support - Tbh I don't get why we're not allowed to use swears in chat, only people with an account can even go there so if we pretend that everyone on this wiki is 13+ than it should be fine - SwagM
Support - How is literally a singular letter offensive? For all I care we could be saying laughing my avacados off, or what the flipflops. Cmcgrath26M·C·B 02:12, August 4, 2020 (UTC)
Support - I wouldn't really use any of them to be honest, but I still don't think they shouldn't be allowed. At least if this proposal passes, ESB might lose some of its restrictions, and I am all for that. Doctor Patrick (M·C·E) Seasons 5 and 10 rule