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  1. Subscribermister moggy
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    25 Jan '19 17:02
    eat a bunny.
  2. Standard memberMudfinger
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    25 Jan '19 19:38
    @mister-moggy said
    eat a bunny.
    How about a chicken? I hear they taste like bunnies.
  3. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    25 Jan '19 20:56
    What is this new usage of "trigger"?
    What exactly does it mean in this thread title?
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    26 Jan '19 15:29
    @wolfgang59 said
    What is this new usage of "trigger"?
    What exactly does it mean in this thread title?
    Roy Roger's horse maybe?

    Oh wait "no" question mark....sorry. 🤔
  5. Standard memberMudfinger
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    @wolfgang59 said
    What is this new usage of "trigger"?
    What exactly does it mean in this thread title?
    I think it means to piss-off, annoy.
  6. PFJ Judea AD33
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    @wolfgang59 said
    What is this new usage of "trigger"?
    What exactly does it mean in this thread title?
    “Trigger” is a relatively new context for the word and it means to “trigger a response” usually an emotionally negative response. A bit like a forum troll might trigger someone to reply with a emotional irrational reply.

    A typical and topical example might be to trigger a brexit voter thus:

    Trigger:
    “Brexit is all about immigration and is driven by bigots and racists, but I don’t need to explain that to you,”

    Triggered response:
    “Shove your viscous generalisation up your anally retentive butthole”
  7. Standard memberdrewnogal
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    27 Jan '19 10:51
    @mister-moggy said
    eat a bunny.
    PETA rabbit??
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    @drewnogal said
    PETA rabbit??
    It is almost Easter after all. 😀
  9. PFJ Judea AD33
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    @drewnogal said
    PETA rabbit??
    Welsh rare-bit?
  10. Subscriberrookie54online
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    happiness is a warm gun...
  11. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    27 Jan '19 17:46
    Mister-moggy ate a bunny,
    and at first, all was sunny.
    But then was himself eaten by a farmer,
    and that my son is karma,
    (and actually quite funny).
  12. Standard memberMudfinger
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    27 Jan '19 18:30
    @divegeester said
    “Trigger” is a relatively new context for the word and it means to “trigger a response” usually an emotionally negative response. A bit like a forum troll might trigger someone to reply with a emotional irrational reply.

    A typical and topical example might be to trigger a brexit voter thus:

    Trigger:
    “Brexit is all about immigration and is driven by bigots and raci ...[text shortened]... you,”

    Triggered response:
    “Shove your viscous generalisation up your anally retentive butthole”
    Hey, you're pretty good at this triggering stuff.
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