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      CommentAuthormister hex
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2010
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    I know this is stupid but I've been thinking about this lately and it's just bugging me.

    What the hell are we, the people on this here forum? Are we Whitechapellers? Whitechapelians? Citizens or Denizens of Whitechapel? Whitechapelia? What? Please vote in the comments.
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      CommentAuthorArtenshiur
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2010
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    All the gathering posts seem to have used the word "Whitechaplain", and I'm all for that.
    • CommentAuthorjoshdahl
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2010
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    I have always used the term "white supremacists".

    Mostly due to the fact the one unifying belief we all share is the total superiority of the white race over all the mongrel races of the Earth.

    No. I am kidding.
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeNov 14th 2010
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    I've always preferred "Whitechapelians" myself, but I'm prone to using "WCers" as shorthand.
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      CommentAuthorstsparky
    • CommentTimeNov 14th 2010
     (9178.5)
    WCers works ... as it is vague ...
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      CommentAuthorsneak046
    • CommentTimeNov 17th 2010
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    WCers works for me too - but I'm quite fond of Whitechaplains as it sounds a bit like we are Warren's missionary army
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    Does this mean we should draw up a banner of an arse-eel, and spread the word of Warren?

    Whitechaplains sounds kinda silly to me. I use WCers as shorthand, though.

    Whitechapelii?
    H. Sapiens sapiens whitechapelii?

    o,O
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    WC'ers sound like people who live in a british bathroom. Just sayin'
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeNov 18th 2010
     (9178.9)
    @govt spy
    That thought drifts through my head every time I type "WCers" (Immediately followed by the German version of The Lumberjack Song: "Er fllt die Bume er isst sein Brot/Er geht auf das WC").
    I still use the term, though.
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    Howabout "Self Proclaimed Athiests Who Attend An Online Chapel"? Acronym SPAWAAOC. No, I'm kidding, also. Though, I do find it somewhat ironic.
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      CommentAuthorglukkake
    • CommentTimeNov 18th 2010
     (9178.11)
    I use Whitechapelers, as the collective noun of people who Whitechapel (which it totally a verb)
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      CommentAuthormister hex
    • CommentTimeNov 19th 2010
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    @ government spy - Jack Paar salutes you, sir.
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    @Glukkake
    -I think I like that best so far. Whitechapelers.
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      CommentAuthortaphead
    • CommentTimeNov 19th 2010
     (9178.14)
    'chaplains, no doubt.
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      CommentAuthorFauxhammer
    • CommentTimeNov 23rd 2010
     (9178.15)
    iSomos los Chapeleros!
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      CommentAuthorArtenshiur
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2010
     (9178.16)
    I think it's actually more appropriate than having a name that we can't agree on what name we have.
    • CommentAuthorlucien
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2010
     (9178.17)
    rippers...?