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Of course those are not compliant with the current XML and XHTML standards,
so maybe <g,d&rlh/>, <BEG/>
> -----Original Message-----
> Tasha, I've seen that last one without the 'on'....
> I often use: <g,d&rlh> which is <grin, duck, and run like hell>
> and <BEG> which is <Big Evil Grin>......those two don't require formal
> closing tags (they are closers, themselves, actually)
> Another favorite is </lurk> <lurk> .... but you have to use it in that
> order (backwards) or it doesn't make sense.
> And my sister uses <blonde> </blonde> sometimes, even though she's a
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