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Sorry to say pinky

 
 
Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 09:09 am
What does "pinky" mean? Free Dictionary says it is a variant of pinkie referring to little figure.

Little figure, as compared to the thumb, usually refers to "you're belittled"?

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justaguy2 wrote:

I don't need to prove it, and it seems that you are the only one who is "fooling themselves" here. Putin himself says he prefers trump over some democrat clown, and it's easy to understand why too [because a democrat clown would be harder on Russia, and therefore Putin himself by extension]. Sorry to say pinky.

If you'd said that "trump is harder than Obama ever was on Iran" you would have a point, and that would be true too.

Wake up pinky.

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justaguy2
 
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 09:12 am
@oristarA,
What color is the font coldjoint uses?

Hint: it starts with a "p"...
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 09:15 am
@justaguy2,
Don’t be sarcastic. From what he quoted, I had no idea what you meant either.

Anyway, apparently justaguy was addressing a poster named cold joint who types in all pink letters.
So he was calling him pinky.
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 09:17 am
@chai2,
And how exactly was I being "sarcastic" ? Does "pink" not start with the letter "p" ? Does coldjoint not use pink font ?
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 10:42 am
@justaguy2,
justaguy2 wrote:

And how exactly was I being "sarcastic" ? Does "pink" not start with the letter "p" ? Does coldjoint not use pink font ?



It's sarcastic in that you couldn't just come out and give an answer, but instead chose (and are choosing) to make it in the form of a question that put the OP in an awkward position.
You're used to I see participating on political threads, which I don't contribute to. Maybe you're just used to using a more arguing tone.

I do notice however, that in the thumbnail of one thread, you were saying "That doesn't answer my question. Why can't you just give a yes or no answer?"

Yet you did pretty much the same thing here. You couldn't just give a straight answer?

In any event, you asked, I answered. Fair warning I'm not going to respond to this again with you about this, as I've been very clear, and have nothing else to add on this particular thing.
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 01:48 pm
@oristarA,
In the context of the post, it refers to a nickname given to a2k member coldjoint because of their choice the color used in responses on this site.
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 03:02 pm
@justaguy2,
justaguy2 wrote:

And how exactly was I being "sarcastic" ? Does "pink" not start with the letter "p" ? Does coldjoint not use pink font ?


Taken out of its original context, I understood what you wrote (as posted in the above quote) before I read your actual answer.
justaguy2
 
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Reply Wed 30 Sep, 2020 07:46 am
@chai2,
While you don't wish to respond and that's your right, so I respect that; I do feel a response from myself is warranted here...

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It's sarcastic in that you couldn't just come out and give an answer, but instead chose (and are choosing) to make it in the form of a question


If you read what I wrote, you only need to read two words into my question, and the answer should be very obvious, you'll also note that I even used pink as the font color for the word "color" in that same post.

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that put the OP in an awkward position.


Not at all. I think suggesting that is actually what would do just that had the OP responded, so I don't wonder why they didn't respond. And rightfully selected Sturgis's post as the "best answer", which is a smart move given your response suggesting that they were somehow "put in an awkward position". So I think with all respect, you're being far too dramatic here, and bordering on being "professionally offended".

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You're used to I see participating on political threads, which I don't contribute to. Maybe you're just used to using a more arguing tone.


Me participating in political or any other threads here has nothing to do with my response, beyond the fact that coldjoint seems to primarily participate in political threads, and use pink font. So don't be silly.

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I do notice however, that in the thumbnail of one thread, you were saying "That doesn't answer my question. Why can't you just give a yes or no answer?"


Well let's say I did respond with just "no"; that would not have answered the OP's question at all, and nor would it have lead them to the answer.

If I'd responded with just "yes"; that would have been a lie and downright misleading to the OP.

So you are comparing apples and oranges here, therefore I don't accept your comparison - as it makes no sense given the above.

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Yet you did pretty much the same thing here. You couldn't just give a straight answer?


No, I don't believe I did, and again, you're comparing apples and oranges. And again, one only needs to read two words into my first reply to this thread to literally see the answer to the OP's question (or looking at ANY of coldjoint's posts for that matter).
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Reply Wed 30 Sep, 2020 07:47 am
@tsarstepan,
I'm glad at least some here "get it". Wink
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Reply Wed 30 Sep, 2020 09:35 am
@justaguy2,
justaguy2 wrote:
What color is the font coldjoint uses?

It's possible that special coloration might not carry through when text from a2k is transformed into logograms or other alphabets.

I know that fancy quotes and apostrophes don't always transform well. Basic ASCII text works best.
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