AT Avatars

#1
Has anyone noticed how increasingly difficult it has become to identify individuals from their Username and Avatar?
 
#3
Nope
 
#4
Another BlondeBint conspiracy theorist :lol:
 
#5
eh?
 
#6
Anonymity is the name of the game here. If you would like to know who an individual is, PM them and ask.
 
#7
I agree. Your disguise has been particularly difficult to penetrate.
 
#8
cheers cabbage. You got it....
 
#9
p.s. cabbage. How come you're a "swinger" already?
 
#10
It's all to do with what me and my wife do on monday nights.
 
#11
Ah, nice to see you, Borderer and the Boy Cabbage. If we get any more of you lot on here, you'll be forming clans and painting half your face blue.
 
#12
And if we get any more of your lot we'll have to call ourselves the ARVN.
 
#13
Oh dear this is a:
 
#15
fatblerk said:
Should have thought mine was quite obvious. Naff point really
Well you can be quite elusive really! Some may think you've called yourself 'Fatblerk', as a decoy away from your sveltness! 8)

And they may be right! :?
 
#17
I really dont think that anyone should get hung up about this, who cares if people know who you are or not?

I suppose it is fun to keep people guessing though.
 
#18
If your not bothered, it begs the question - why did you?

:roll: 8O :roll:
 
#20
I know! instead of Avatars why don't we just give ourselves a three letter code that is only known amoungst our closest friends, We could secretly place the code on all sorts of items, say ammunition boxes. I have for years! I use AES and no shit has come my way as a result. You can use it too... especially on any dodgy boxes.
 
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