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    Default Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Anybody got a breakdown of how these bad boys work? I've seen:

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    Basenotes Institution
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    Are these mod driven monikers or something?
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    Default Re: Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Great question, notspendingamillion! Inquiring minds want to know.
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    Default Re: Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Quote Originally Posted by notspendingamillion View Post
    Anybody got a breakdown of how these bad boys work? I've seen:

    New Member
    Super Member
    Basenotes Junkie
    Dependent
    Basenotes Institution
    Basenotes Plus
    and Customs

    Are these mod driven monikers or something?
    Basenotes Plus is for people who pay for the upkeep. They get a few extra privileges, I don't know what for sure.
    The other designations are based upon post count and are automatic. I don't know the criterion for that either.
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    Default Re: Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Quote Originally Posted by Zilpha View Post
    Basenotes Plus is for people who pay for the upkeep. They get a few extra privileges, I don't know what for sure.
    The other designations are based upon post count and are automatic. I don't know the criterion for that either.
    You are correct. I can't remember the post count when the tagline changes, possibly you become a Super member at 100 posts? Then another change at 1000? They get harder and harder to acquire though.
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    Default Re: Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Quote Originally Posted by notspendingamillion View Post
    Anybody got a breakdown of how these bad boys work? I've seen:

    New Member
    Super Member
    Basenotes Junkie
    Dependent
    Basenotes Institution
    Basenotes Plus
    and Customs

    Are these mod driven monikers or something?
    You can change yours, and I vote for:

    Maybe a quarter million, tops

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    Quote Originally Posted by bavard View Post
    you can change yours, and i vote for:

    maybe a quarter million, tops
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    Default Re: Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Quote Originally Posted by Bavard View Post
    You can change yours, and I vote for:

    Maybe a quarter million, tops
    Chypreish”:
    /ˈSHēpRAiSH/
    adjective
    (of a person or expression) to be desirous of an abundance of chypre.
    "Today, she was feeling chypreish”

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    Default Re: Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Quote Originally Posted by Bavard View Post
    You can change yours, and I vote for:

    Maybe a quarter million, tops
    Is changing the tag a Basenotes Plus feature?
    Chypreish”:
    /ˈSHēpRAiSH/
    adjective
    (of a person or expression) to be desirous of an abundance of chypre.
    "Today, she was feeling chypreish”

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    Default Re: Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Quote Originally Posted by Lellabelle View Post
    Is changing the tag a Basenotes Plus feature?
    Yes. My vote for you is, of course, "Chypreish."

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    Default Re: Labels, taglines, whatever they are called

    Quote Originally Posted by Bavard View Post
    Yes. My vote for you is, of course, "Chypreish."
    Lol. I’m usually chypreish!

    Always loved your tag, btw :
    Chypreish”:
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    adjective
    (of a person or expression) to be desirous of an abundance of chypre.
    "Today, she was feeling chypreish”




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