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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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Kiteman (author)2013-06-05

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.

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Henry Jones (author)Kiteman2013-06-07

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.)

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kelseymh (author)Kiteman2013-06-05

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.

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kelseymh (author)Kiteman2013-06-06

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Signature_block

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

As for the OP, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Signature_tag

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caitlinsdad (author)kelseymh2013-06-05

Gentlemen, gentlemen, and ladies,
Can we all just get along...

word,
The Voice of Reason
"He who writes last...is on the bottom"

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kelseymh (author)2013-06-04

We don't use signatures. Please return to Failbook or wherever it is you originate.

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Lithium Rain (author)kelseymh2013-06-06

In fairness, neither does Failbook. :P

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caitlinsdad (author)2013-06-04

They are extraneous to the conversation. Not used here.

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