Dear Mods, Over the last few weeks I've noticed quite a few good threads finding their way in to the ARRSE Hole. Most are put there, quite rightly, by being pointless, contributing nothing towards the overall content of the site. (A recent one of mine included, deservedly so ) Some, it seems, are put in there simply because the Mod was personally offended by one or more of the posters within the thread. I felt the need to ask; What do the mods believe constitutes a good thread? Just to remind you, here is the top line from the forum index; The ARRSE Hole A collection of all the most irrelevant, dull, and annoying posts. 'Women and Cars' seemed to be a good topic, open to abuse and support from all quarters. It ended with a bite from CC. It seems he wanted to make sure he had the final word. 'Spice Girls Reunion', while not the most newsworthy of topics, was hardly 'irrelevant, dull, and annoying'. Then there was the thread asking about info on joining RMP. While it may have been heard by everyone else a million times, there was no need to speak to him the way most people did. A link would have sufficed. Would it be at all possible to exercise a bit of restraint? I can understand the 'Where's Harry' kind of topics receiving swift retribution, but most of the threads in here are harmless enough. If the thread goes off topic a bit, why not just type a quick reminder to stick to the topic? Let's just get along, eh?