What would you do if kena "hoot" in a forum?


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fotoudavid

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must be a nuisance, so kena hoot...
 

Dream Merchant

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Slang for 'shoot' as in to get shot down, flammed etc.
 

ZDragon

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interesting... sometime back... there was a report in Thailand.

A chap, playing counterstrike in a LAN Shop got fustrated after his character was killed after being stabbed many times by another player within the same shop.

This chap took a knife and started to stab his opponent to death in real life.

So.. .you may want to study the case to make your own decision. ;)
 

catchlights

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you must be somebody than people want to hoot you,

nobody want to waste time hoot a person for nothing,

unless this person write "hoot me" on his forehead.
 

Darren

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What would you do if kena "hoot" in a forum?
If the hooting occurs in our forums, use the Report Post function and report the "hoot" to us so that we can issue official "hoots". ;)

We do not encourage vigilante actions which will likely result in the hooters and the hooted being booted.
 

ZDragon

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If the hooting occurs in our forums, use the Report Post function and report the "hoot" to us so that we can issue official "hoots". ;)

We do not encourage vigilante actions which will likely result in the hooters and the hooted being booted.
Darren sounds like the 93.3FM Advertisement rap at Chinese Garden.
;p
 

ZDragon

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Defination of hoot:

hoot1 /hut/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[hoot] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–verb (used without object) 1. to cry out or shout, esp. in disapproval or derision.
2. to utter the cry characteristic of an owl.
3. to utter a similar sound.
4. Chiefly British. to blow a horn or whistle; toot.
–verb (used with object) 5. to assail with shouts of disapproval or derision: The fans hooted the umpire.
6. to drive out, off, or away by hooting.
7. to express in hoots: The crowd hooted its disagreement with the speaker.
–noun 8. the cry of an owl.
9. any similar sound, as an inarticulate shout.
10. a cry or shout, esp. of disapproval or derision.
11. British. a horn, siren, or whistle, esp. a factory whistle.
12. Informal. the least bit of concern, interest, or thought; trifle: I don't give a hoot.
13. Slang. an extremely funny person, situation, or event: Your mother's a hoot when she tells about her escapades in boarding school.


So which hoot is your kind of hoot?
 

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