Legit. I’ve been concerned lately because “Vanilla,” the software this forum uses, also has certain images it gives each new forum goer randomly. Here’s some of the most recent ones that have bothered me or I’ve noticed (WITH COMMENTS!):
This is just the tip of the iceberg. Clearly the word “chaos” is hidden within the name, and Valerian was a super spy movie IN SPACE! So this account is secretly chaotic and evil. However our forum software knows this and assigned it a user image with HORNS. HORNS I SAY. But because it’s also doing it a solid it gave him a monocle he DIDN’T ASK FOR because we must have some semblance of normality as the world falls apart.
I’m really scared. I have type 4 acne vulgaris, and this person is good at slapping acne and looks insanely happy to be doing it. I really mean insane btw. Look at that smile, that smile is NOT natural.
And don’t get me STARTED on this one, it’s clearly an evil spam bot pretending to be a happy Mexican. I would know, I’m a happy Mexican. We don’t all have moustaches and rainbow shapes for eyes!
Why on earth did our forum software give a person with the word CHOP in their name a face that looks straight out of a halloween movie!?
Virus, nuff said.
No words necessary, our fate is doomed.
This image stares into your soul all the while acting like it’s not!
What happened to the clean and simple images that everyone loved? Here's some examples: !(https://i.imgur.com/D4bbekT.png "") There's nothing wrong with this dude's image. It's all derpy and cute and fitting :3 And of course we also have everyone's most agreeable moderator: !(https://i.imgur.com/wzDJLfq.png "") With a nice and simple smile like that, (not entirely sure it was issued by the forum though), what's not to trust and love? I vote we need to do something about Dirty Bomb's incoming forum goers, and fast! Are you with me? Also, to moderators that are reading this, I vote we move a lot of the new discussions that are coming from them that are questions to the newbie area of the forums once we've addressed them. There's at least 5 of them on the first page of general alone.