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    Before posting please read.

    Before posting in this section forum we do ask you consider and follow this set of guidelines.

    • Make use of the tags including the NSFW one (not just for content of sexual nature either) - See post below!
    • Is it correct to post it on a professional website would you like your head, students, grand parents, parents to see it or would it be better suited to facebook.
    • If you post material from another website please include link back to original website this is just common professional courtesy.
    • Is it going to offend other members (it may not offend you but you may have different tastes to other members)


    Remember: This is a professional website and we expect members to behave in that way.
    Last edited by Ric_; 20th April 2009 at 07:43 PM. Reason: NSFW post ammendment

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    The keener of you will have noticed that the NSFW tag is no more - although it still exists on some old posts.

    The reason for the tag's removal is to avoid any future confusion as to what is acceptable within this thread.

    Members have recently pushed the boundaries of what is acceptable - with posts containing images and videos that should definitely not be accessed within a school environment. We do not want any members accidentally opening these.

    Whilst many will argue that the NSFW tag meant 'do not open while at work', the frequency of these offensive and distasteful posts has got out of hand so if you wouldn't say it in front of a child, probably best not to post it!

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