The other point is most of the chat of late is not about feet gamoto!!!
2014-03-04 02:01:12Anonymous Rex (user)
@Grik I'm willing to bet those are all the same person. Just some poor soul with nothing better to do than pretend to be a dozen different people on a site that nobody cares about but us crazy foot lovers, with some deep, urging, pitiful need to gain attention from US, the outcasts of the outcasts. Let it go Brotha. Just let it go.
Ok, I cannot let @54 even try to get away with his nonsense below, and playing the proverbial victim and the innocent. How 'vile' i was??? Pot calling the kettle black!!!!!! Sorry to bring up the past but @54 started it. Some of you folks will remember 54, Buster & Transylvania forming a triumvirate of bully-boys, and being trolls big time. I joined in the trolling, and gave it back to them. A taste of their own medicine. They didn't like it. They whined to Eli. Eli asked me to take it easy on them, which I did. I then changed my avatar and became 'nice'. But they continued to troll, and I went back to old school ways. I wasn't suspended for this by the way.
Now, @dogtrash, what you said below is 100% correct - it's used as an exclamation, not to be disrespectful, and not as a curse word.
So, spare me the goodie 2 shoes act @ 54, and remember, those who live in the past tend to be miserable.
Let's all move on please!
She is like that gentle breeze that blows threw your hair, and reminds you of spring! Such a delicate example of the creation of a woman, and how it exemplifies perfection. Her feet are the extension of this example. Perfect in every way.
2014-03-02 05:59:52BackInBlack60 (user)
@dogtrash - I accept the f-word, g-word and every other x-word now because Eli doesn't care, apparently. But I *agree* with what @54 said, and will add:
While Grik may explain that he *intends* the word without negative connotation (like some say F-yeah!), nevertheless, and I won't say who's famous for this quote, but it is: "Words MEAN things." Perception is reality; doesn't really matter how the sayer meant it, what matters is how the hearer hears it or reads it. IMO, we don't need walls loaded up with profanities on every page. But hey, we're already immersed in foul language daily, why should it be different here, right?
2014-03-02 05:53:22TheRealLoverBoy1 (user)
Alright then nevermind: I will neither approve nor reject but rather I pray it will all work for the better for the site's best interests going forward ♥ ∞
2014-03-02 05:41:5554 (user)
Obviously dogtrash wasn't around before the walls fell. dogtrash has no idea how vile Grik was. The use of that word NOW is a continuation of that. There's a history behind that word he knows nothing about. But, as stated before, If one can write crap like that, all can. Let's see how the walls look in few after Eli took a step forward and members take 9 steps back.
2014-03-02 05:24:56dogtrash (user)
atw217 - having moderated my share of comments, I have read Grik's explanation of the word Gamoto and after hundreds of comments containing that word I agree when Grik says that he uses the word without a negative connotation. Like we usually say "F Yeah!!"
Didn't mean to open up a bad can of worms on the question. LOL..But I think I do get it none-the-less. It can be viewed as negative in meaning but what it really comes down to is it's all in how you use it!
2014-03-02 04:57:42BackInBlack60 (user)
OMG, not again. @atw217- Grik will tell you one thing. We'll tell you to look it up at UD: