A Message board is a rag-tag collection of pretentious douchebags. Any type of social reject will be found on an message board. For instance,
1. Nerdy Crybabies.
2. Internet Tough-guys.
4. Passive-Aggressive Assholes.
5. Aggressive Assholes.
10. Basically anyone who the world is a better place without.
Any kind of normal person will eventually be driven away by the circle-jerk of a clusterfuck of nerds stroking each others egos.
Types of people you will encounter on a Message board:
Nerd 1: Anyone who doesn't baby me through life is an asshole.
Nerd 2: I agree, the world is full of meanies!
Nerd 3: I'm a badass, I'm tougher than you! Everyone sucks except me!
Nerd 4: I'm 35 years old and I'm still afraid of the dark, can someone hold me?
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A place on the internet where dorks can call eachother "pretentious" and "psuedo-intellectual".
douchebag 1:you're so pretentious
douchebag 2:that's just the kind of talk I'd expect from a psuedo-intellectual
A website in which, contrary to the popular beliefs of the newbies, is not a chat room.
Also known as a forum, message boards are much slower than the average chat room.
Web based forum for posting opinions and argument - mostly of an irrelevant nature
A great way to express your opinions, but unlike a chatroom, there are usaully less n00bz, people act more intelligently, and the screen doesn't get flooded with replies like so many chatrooms do. Often called forums.
Urbandictionary.com is a message board, just a VERY slow one.
"Arguing on the internet is like running in the special olymoics, enen if you win you're still retarded!" -Some picturemore...
That pretty much sums it up. The most futile activity in the world is trying to argue on the internet, because rather than real life where you actually engage the person, the internet has not advanced so far.
Another problem is that anyone can have access to the internet, so even if you post a sincere message, some degenerate little snot is always waiting with a smart alecky comment and a smiley, which according to them constitutes an actual argument. What's even worse, there are often a pack of idiots waiting to agree with them.
Here's an example:
quote="Me"And that's why I believe the Bible. /quote
quote="Idiot 1"You believe a book of fairy tales! /quote
quote="Idiot 2"HaHa! It's so true! /quote
Now, do you think I'm going to make any sort of breakthrough with these posters? No, that is impossible. And don't even try to back up your point with any evidence. If you post a link, they'll just say: