To To Like the title, as a person who has been registered for several years but has few online, I don’t know what it means when I see many terms in the forum. For example: What do purple potato pudding, MJJ, MJJ Supreme Passage, Heirloom, etc. actually mean? Weibaike probably means internal use of the forum. You can also add some about, such as where the forum host is used, who is the webmaster, etc. It can also be understood as a manual for newcomers. . . Dear bosses, who will make one?

-------------------------------------------- ---------
Netizens reply: To To This post was last edited by Anonymous at 2020-7-1920:43 Purple potato pudding is a word count patch, which means that when the word count is not enough, it is filled with meaningless characters. MJJ stands for forum users. The MJJ channel means that you will not be able to see the results of other people’s votes when you vote, so a meaningless voting option is added at the end so that people who don’t want to vote can see it. Heirloom refers to some discounted vps with very good prices, which can be passed down because of their rarity. I remember using softlayer for loc, but the front page ads have changed recently. I don’t know if there is any change. The webmaster is cpuer.
Netizen Reply: To To In fact, these proper "nouns" are also quite interesting. If they are out of "encyclopedia," they will lose their taste. In fact, if you don’t understand these words, you can read more about related content and posts to get a basic understanding. If you have no patience and motivation, then Not very suitable for this community atmosphere (a little bit of contempt and no meaning of targeting, don’t send it out purely with feelings) Just like those Internet terms that are powerful... they are all produced in response to the occasion and can be regarded as a kind of loc culture
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Anonymous published on 2020-7-1920:41 Purple potato pudding is a word count patch, which means that when the word count is not enough, it is filled with meaningless characters. MJJ stands for forum users. MJJ channel, it’s time to vote...
Netizens reply: To To If you are not profitable, you still have to maintain whoever has enough food to do this, and everyone wants to be on the list. It is estimated that by then the VIPloc encyclopedia will be on the top list
Netizen reply: To To Quote: Home has its own warmth published on 2020-7-1920:33 If you are not profitable, you still have to maintain whoever has enough to do this, and everyone wants to be on the list. It is estimated that the VIPloc encyclopedia will be on the top of the list...
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Uncle Nanfeng published on 2020-7-1920:36 The truth is that you don’t need to introduce forum users, you only need to introduce some terms. Forum maintenance members are enough. A post or an article can solve the problem...
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Anonymous published on 2020-7-1920:41 Purple potato pudding is a word count patch, which means that when the word count is not enough, it is filled with meaningless characters. MJJ stands for forum users. MJJ channel, it’s time to vote...
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Anonymous published on 2020-7-1920:41 Purple potato pudding is a word count patch, which means that when the word count is not enough, it is filled with meaningless characters. MJJ stands for forum users. MJJ channel, it’s time to vote...
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Home has its own warmth published on 2020-7-1920:46 The forum host is an overhead advertisement and not a sf
Netizens reply: To To There are many, loc is quite famous, and there are introductions about these words in many places
Netizens reply: To To In fact, these proper "nouns" are also quite interesting. If they are out of "encyclopedia," they will lose their taste. In fact, if you don’t understand these words, you can read more about related content and posts to get a basic understanding. If you have no patience and motivation, then Not very suitable for this community atmosphere (a little bit of contempt and no meaning of targeting, don’t send it out purely with feelings) Just like those Internet terms that are powerful... they are all produced in response to the occasion and can be regarded as a kind of loc culture
Netizens reply: To To https://www.hostloc.bid/thread-690588-1-1.html See the consequences
Netizen reply: To To https://jikipedia.com/ You can try to do a similar

Label: none