Talk:Students Who Neck in Dining Halls

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Important as it is to maintain some level of decorum in public, this wiki is totally inappropriate. Unless, of course, this is a joke, in which case, carry on. --06jps 20:57, 28 February 2006 (EST)

How can it be innappropriate to talk about something that someone does in public? This willi contained no distortion of facts and not a single dispairaging remark about the couple. While there was clearly intended sarcasm nothing untrue or intentionally hurtful was said. For all we know (and I realize this is a stretch) they may really enjoy public knowledge of their "relations." If they are willing to make out and lie on top of each other in dining halls isn't it possible they will enjoy the discussions about themselves on willipedia? Also this willi is no more offensive than the "your mom" willi (although I am not advocating its removal either). --07tpa 22:16, 28 February 2006 (EST)

Okay, while I can definitely appreciate the sentiment there, this whole purpose of this wiki article was just to embarass the two of them. Yes, most people don't want to see people making out in public spaces. But instead of being prominently passive-aggressive about it and trying to excite some online blushes from these two, who obviously aren't too embarassed about their public behavior, why not go up to them and say, "Excuse me, but that's really offensive. Don't do that here, go get a room." We don't need a public log of how and when these two ooze over each other. Let's try to minimize the amount we have to be exposed to that, hmm? --06jps 22:47, 28 February 2006 (EST)