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i got an email from this website the other day and was like whatttt so i logged in and apparently i created an account on here in 2015, was it a social avatar website or something? that's what a i remember it being when i created my account
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(01-26-2019, 05:28 PM)Rambo Wrote: i got an email from this website the other day and was like whatttt so i logged in and apparently i created an account on here in 2015, was it a social avatar website or something? that's what a i remember it being when i created my account

Hi! 

This website has always been a general discussion forum, however has had different themes over the years. A while back, Night Forums was merged into our site and we imported a large number of their users, posts and discussions. It is possible that you were originally registered there? :)
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Hey!

I'm in the same boat as you.
The more people hate me, the fewer people I have to please
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