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Very sorry to anyone it may have offended...

RangerLady23
Lorien

Apr 18 2013, 7:09pm

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Very sorry to anyone it may have offended... Can't Post

I didn't mean "Fairy-like" in that way. NOT AT ALL. I only meant that it was light and airy and flighty like a fairy might be. Again so sorry if anyone was hurt. I realize that this might need to go in reply to my previous post but I wanted to make sure you all saw it. Again my apologies. Unsure
A very embarrassed RangerLady out.


Magpie
Immortal


Apr 18 2013, 8:16pm

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Thanks, RangerLady.. [In reply to] Can't Post

"light and airy and flighty like a fairy might be" was just the sort of description I was looking for to understand what you were saying.

I just couldn't figure out what attributes those little winged fairies possessed that could be applied to the fall but your explanation helps me understand what you were getting at.

Don't be embarrassed. I just need to find the wave length you were on and join you there. :-)


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(This post was edited by Magpie on Apr 18 2013, 8:17pm)


Ziggy Stardust
Gondor


Apr 19 2013, 12:32am

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No problem [In reply to] Can't Post

I knew what you were talking about. For future reference, you can describe the scene as puppet-like. Cool


paperC
Rivendell


Apr 19 2013, 9:15am

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Please update me! [In reply to] Can't Post

What have you said and why do you think it might have been offensive?


Silverlode
Forum Admin / Moderator


Apr 19 2013, 9:26am

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Nothing to worry about. [In reply to] Can't Post

It was just a simple misunderstanding and it's all cleared up now. Smile

Silverlode

"Dark is the water of Kheled-zâram, and cold are the springs of Kibil-nâla, and fair were the many-pillared halls of Khazad-dűm in Elder Days before the fall of mighty kings beneath the stone."



RangerLady23
Lorien

Apr 23 2013, 5:50pm

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Thanks guys! [In reply to] Can't Post

I appreciate the understanding and for PaperC's benefit please see "Fakey Frodo Fall" in the Lord of the Rings discussion forum.


JWPlatt
Grey Havens


Apr 24 2013, 5:52am

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No Misunderstanding [In reply to] Can't Post

I was not offended because I read it perfectly as it was meant to be understood. I know the scene well and always look upon it with humor and without really any complaint, so it was easy to take your description at face value without a second thought.

Those who might fear meanings of words and intent unfortunately pass that on to others, teaching reason for offense where none might otherwise have been considered. Admins, moderators and such, like police, must have those things in mind because it's their job to be somewhat cynical in order to protect their community from the nefarious, so I would give them a pass on such thoughts. I understand it well. But I would not raise the objection publicly otherwise because it can, obviously, cause unnecessary embarrassment to someone who never intended offense. I'm really sorry you had to apologize.


(This post was edited by JWPlatt on Apr 24 2013, 5:55am)

 
 

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