Show off your sigs

Lets see your sigs! Post a reply with your best forum signature, because I wanna see what everyone has got!
Mine is here!

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Kiteman4 years ago
That's not a "signature". It's an unoriginal googled image, overlaid with an unoriginal attempt at a catchphrase.

A signature is a unique identifier, with legal significance (notice the similarity of the words?), used to attest authorship of, or agreement with the content of, a document such as a letter, declaration or contract.
Henry Jones (author)  Kiteman4 years ago
Ok, number one, I took that pic myself.

Number two, yes, it has been used before, but my and my friend were playing this game and we walked on a railway track with the samurai armor, and we decided to say that when a guard spotted us. (The game is called Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time. It is a great game.)
The abbreviation "sig" derives from the ".signature" file used with e-mail on Unix-family systems. ~/.signature is a plain text file, created by the user, and automatically appended to the end of e-mail message, and later Usenet and BBS postings.

In particular, "Note that a sig block is not the same as a digital signature."

As for the OP, see
Gentlemen, gentlemen, and ladies,
Can we all just get along...

The Voice of Reason
"He who writes on the bottom"
You said "bottom"!
the very bottom.
kelseymh4 years ago
We don't use signatures. Please return to Failbook or wherever it is you originate.
In fairness, neither does Failbook. :P
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