This topic has received a red warning for Censor Bypassing and Offensive posts. One more and I'll not only lock it, but nuke it!
You have no excuses. It was explained to you on the second page. In case you've seemed to forgotten.
Vulgar language or substitutes for such - Our Service is programmed with a list of words that are considered vulgar under any context, and these words are not allowed to be used under any circumstances. Attempting to bypass the censor by misspelling, inserting spaces or symbols, transposing letters, using look-alike symbols, or any other method is not allowed. The only acceptable method of posting one of these vulgar words is to completely obscure it, making it impossible to determine what the word is without context. Additionally, certain words are prohibited from being used in topic titles and user information pages; bypassing the censor to post those words where they are restricted is also disallowed.
For example, if "gris" is a banned word, the following are examples of bypassing that are not allowed: g-r-i-s, gr*s, 9|-1$, girs, gryeeeas, g***.
Allowed: ****, ****ed, ****ing, g'ed, g-word. (Note: Neither -ed nor -ing are parts of the banned word "gris".)
Taking advantage of any limits in the Service's language filtering capabilities is not allowed. Any limits in such filters shall not be taken as permission to bypass rules regarding vulgar language.
Some additional notes on the Vulgar language/Censor Bypass rule:
* To reiterate, you are allowed to show either the first letter or the length of a censored word. No more.
* Just because a word is blotted out does not mean it cannot be a violation. If a posting is self-censored but still is in clear violation another rule (i.e. calling someone an obscured racial term, insulting a user with "**** you", it is still a violation.
* Certain terms and words are allowed freely in posts, but not allowed in topic titles or user profiles. Bypassing the censor to post these words where they are not permitted is also a violation.
* In certain cases, some legitimate, unoffensive words may be inadvertently flagged due to constraints of the censoring system. In these cases, a user should still take steps to ensure that their message does not contain the unallowed word, but instead report the inadvertent flagging to a moderator or administrator.
* Cursing in foreign languages also falls under the vulgar language rule, and is not an acceptable substitute.