I got a perma a long time ago on /fit/ for posting a gif(this was pre webm) of a horse sucking a guy's dick. I didn't post for like a year and then I jokingly submitted an appeal saying I selected the wrong image and got unbanned.
I got banned on /v/ for asking what manga I should read with my wife's son on an offtopic thread at like 3 in the morning. Mods are cracking down on that now.
I've never been banned/warned actually. Which is kinda surprising to be honest. I turn every thread into bitter whinefest where I argue with normies and post just-world or halo effect over and over and pretty much just antagonize everyone. If I was a mod, I'd ban my ass.
Selfposted a picture of some bitch in a femanon thread, kept it active, it got deleted. It was worth it though because I never had so many replies to a comment before, best part was
it actually was a picture of me, in drag [/s]
I got banned for posting this pic on /sp/
>What was your most recent ban/warn?
toxic masculinity made me this way
/mu/, for off-topic.
"Tay has entered the thread, I repeat, Tay has entered the thread."
Not even the worst thing i posted that day.
I sage bombed a bernie thread in /pol/ until there were no survivors. Got a 3 day cross board ban. Worth it.
posted this infographic in a thread where it was related somewhere
A janitor tried to get me banned (which gave me a 5-10 minute temp ban or something) but the mod didn't approve it. Heh.
I'm surprised I had an ss of this, but I guess that's what having a screencapture program does for you. I just hit F5 and it saves an ss without any lag or noise. p. convenient.
I didn't realize the thread was still on the site itself when I put together this thing just now, but the post is >>>/g/52489933. I think the only reason the thumbnail never showed when I hovered over the post was cause the thread'd long since fell of the board when I saw this ban page. It was already autosaging cause a mod forced it to and was close to falling off the board when I'd posted in it.
I used to get banned all of the time back in the day, but I haven't been banned in a while
I think the last time I got banned was like 3 years ago on /mu/ when I said something like I wanna hire Shane Diesel to fuck Taeyeon while I watched and ate her out after they finished
The most bullshit ban reason. Hiroshima is a colossal faggot. I hate that niggerfagfuck so fucking much, holy fuck. Worst owner, which is actually quite a fucking feat.
Immediately after hiroshima became ruler I've been punished for posting furry images almost every single time. Furry shit getting banned/ removed was unheard of before in my experience.
What does a perceived illogical correlation have to do with browsing Reddit?
Are you really this retarded?
Fuck off back to 4chan.
>I've been punished for posting furry images almost every single time. Furry shit getting banned/ removed was unheard of before in my experience.
Implying this isn't true though, you stupid mod
I got banned for posting this on /mu/ in an ITAOTS thread
>some guy replies to me and posts his mute warning to get around the filter
>i reply to him doing the same thing, just kind of playfully mocking him
>i get warned, blocked, and my post deleted
>his post stays up, so he, presumably, did not
i really hate instances like this where someone else breaks the EXACT same rule i do, but the mods apparently only enforce it on me
worse yet, i wonder if it was the cheeky cunt himself that reported me
last time i was banned was like a year ago, for a year ban, exactly on my birthday.
pretty traumatizing if i do say
it was for general shitposting.
the old mod was a big pole smoker
Cross-board raiding. A bomb got planted on /tv/ and someone got dubs to send it to another board, but the OP didn't deliver. I then took it upon myself and circulated it through the boards. I was up to like 7 redirects before the threads died and I got b& for 2 weeks.
> Lurk multiple boards at the same time
> Post a thread in the wrong board
> Wait for the cooldown to erase my post
> Thread deleted
I got a 4-day ban for posting "WUZ" on /v/.
Buttmad niggers always make me smile.
>Started a Cory in the House thread on /a/
>Thought it was fucking hilarious
>Nobody else did
>The moderators didn't like it either
>Banned for 72 hours.
I get banned at least once a week for shitposting.
>Previously dead meme that was revived by Reddit.
Not that guy, but what is this? I first saw it in a B/W troll video on /vp/ when the board was still /tr/, and I've mildly seen it on soundcloud many years later, but what did Reddit do to/ for it?
The mods are faggots who like to create the illusion of moderation on this board.
You could replace them with monkeys and we wouldn't notice the difference given how arbitrary the bannings and thread deletions are.
Got banned for day because I posted pic related on /v/. Fucking furry mods I swear
I was banned from /v/ 5 days ago for posting 'we wuz' meme in an AoE thread.
I'd been seeing that meme around /pol/ for awhile, like a week or 2 ago i decided to boot up AoE because I wanted a chill RTS and I saw the "African update"
I swear it wouldn't be so funny if the black guy didn't have that smug look on his face
I remember when someone sound a picture of moot's sister sucking dick and he shut down the entire site to prevent it from being posted
I didn't get banned, but my post pretty much proved the SJWs janitors are true
the image I posted is too big for /r9k/ but here's a condescend version of it
I've gotten tons of `idiot pedophile' bans, due to mods hating cute little girls that weren't even lewd. Left for about a year for personal projects and they were gone.
Are you the `how do I get a loli gf?' guy?
Some faggot was posting cropped gay furshit, so I had to put him and his homosexuality in its place by verbally owning his faggy arguments for gay rights while posting cropped straight furshit.
As you've just suggested in your own language, it is true that /lit/ is the most conventional left-wing board on 4chan. However, this isn't the same thing as saying that it's the worst board - quite the opposite, it's good to have a place to go once you actually want to discuss something you've read, whatever it may be. If you actually read something by Schopenhauer other than, say, On Women, and want to discuss, you'll find a few other anons there waiting for you.
/lit/ is one of 4chan's smartest boards, along with /sci/ (admittedly this isn't saying too much, but real conversations on a chan site, when they do happen, are more interesting than faceshit or twather, etc. Even /r9k/ in its more philosophical moments is proof of this).
Just keep shitposting. /jp/ has driven several janitors insane and got them to get themselves fired, so you know it works. Hiro will replace them with retarded nips who can't read English.
I should still be serving my ban yesterday tbqh. Banned for complaining about 4chan, banned for spamming/reposting, banned for ban evasion.
Come at me janny :P
You can get perma from a single board?
I got banned from /a/ because I posted my theory that anime was introduced to the US to create an Army of weebs who believe in the supremacy of Japan to overthrow our goverment.
Apparently their mods didn't agree.
for the people who dont know the scene https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeL8EYtbVw0
Didn't know about how autistic /a/ gets about recommendation threads before. Never found any animu that turned me into a full on weeb like them. I did get into JoJo a few months later tough.
>A bunch of fap bait shit got removed
>Vidya is ruined
Tired of /v/ taking shit like this and blowing it out of proportion. Still, wasn't worth a ban tbqh.
> the quality of posts is extremely important
I posted a thread with yoshi as the OP and it had the "reply to this comment and the happy funny dinosaur will give you good luck" and i got banned almost instantly
I saw you reveal yourself a few days ago. You got HELLA replies, and someone even posted a screencap of it. I was there for that thread and it was the most hilarious shit. 10/10, would sit down to read again.
Not what I meant. That guy's story was hilarious though. Sad, but hilarious.
if you don't understand what I mean by fatal encoutner it's probably for the better. Needless to say, unplugging the router is a godly invention.