Does OP mean Original Post or Original Poster or both?

NikPreviousAcct

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uh if it's "in the OP" then it means Original Post. if it's "the OP said" then it's Original Poster. Why the hell is this so hard to understand? Try using both to see what works. Common sense, bitches!
 
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Originally posted by: Nik
uh if it's "in the OP" then it means Original Post. if it's "the OP said" then it's Original Poster. Why the hell is this so hard to understand? Try using both to see what works. Common sense, bitches!
man your on fire tonite...

 

DaFinn

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Originally posted by: Nik
uh if it's "in the OP" then it means Original Post. if it's "the OP said" then it's Original Poster. Why the hell is this so hard to understand? Try using both to see what works. Common sense, bitches!
The OP in the OP is stoopid for not understanding this... :p
 

NikPreviousAcct

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Originally posted by: DaFinn
Originally posted by: Nik
uh if it's "in the OP" then it means Original Post. if it's "the OP said" then it's Original Poster. Why the hell is this so hard to understand? Try using both to see what works. Common sense, bitches!
The OP in the OP is stoopid for not understanding this... :p
Exactly.
 

NikPreviousAcct

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Originally posted by: quakefiend420
Originally posted by: Nik
uh if it's "in the OP" then it means Original Post. if it's "the OP said" then it's Original Poster. Why the hell is this so hard to understand? Try using both to see what works. Common sense, bitches!
man your on fire tonite...
The proper spelling is "tonight."

:p
 

JohnAn2112

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Originally posted by: Nik
Originally posted by: quakefiend420
Originally posted by: Nik
uh if it's "in the OP" then it means Original Post. if it's "the OP said" then it's Original Poster. Why the hell is this so hard to understand? Try using both to see what works. Common sense, bitches!
man your on fire tonite...
The proper spelling is "tonight."

:p
Also, the proper word is "you're." Furthermore, there should be a comma after the word "man", which should have a capital M. ;)
 

pennylane

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Obviously my last 2 posts were jokes. As for the "OP," I juts didn't want to use the term incorrectly and get owned Nik-style.
 

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