"On Lichess, you *must* be nice when communicating with other players. At all times.
Lichess is intended to be a fun and friendly environment for everyone. Please note that repeated violation of chat policy will result in loss of chat privileges."
Which one of my posts does this apply to?
Don't you think it's important to point this out so one knows where the line is?
Does the line change, depending on the moderator?
I believe my most recent post, excluding this one, was in reply to a thread (now deleted) about a man's son having 2200+ puzzle rating and only 1400 classical rating (guessing on numbers).
I recall I said, "I suspect your son to be a cheater cheater pumpkin eater."
Was this the post? Was it the cheating part, or the pumpkin eating part that did it?
If the former, is it not okay to suggest that somebody cheated their puzzle rating?
If the latter, is it not okay to suggest that somebody eats pumpkins?
Please, moderators, straight answers. I don't want to be forum banned for calling somebody a liar liar pants on fire.
Hey why are you such a cheater cheater pumpking eater
You take that back! I do NOT EAT PUMPKINS!
@MoistChess Whaaat? Pumpkins are delicious! Especially pumpkin soup and pumpkin pie!
Pumpkins always stare at me with their glowing, unblinking eyes. I don't want anything to do with them.
You got a warning for having the word 'Moist' in your username.
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