Okay, I like rules. I like to follow the rules. That makes it difficult for folks to limit my fun. So, if the HP forum were a sand box what rules would you as a player in the box like to see? I know there's an official set of rules for the forum somewhere, but I can't put my finger on the link at the moment. Let's think of this thread as kin to the No Rant Thread. Humor, mutual respect and courtesy are welcomed here. My rule for the sand box would be:
1. You can use what ever color shovel you want to dig with, just don't throw sand or the shovel or your bucket at anyone else.
This is the cutest thread. I would divide the sand box designated play times to day and night with the night time being for more grown up discourse, debate if you will, but in a nice way with no throwing of sand allowed . Kitties and unicorns would be welcome and trolls would be barbecued for kitty kibble.
I'm bad today. I read something really "snide" in this. I know that's not what you said or meant, it's me being really "catty." Something I don't do often. I need to go sit in the corner for a bit. Oh, and no play in the sandbox either. Yikes.
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