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Is ATRL difficult to explain ?

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KetysandGagsSon

I mean, if someone asks what are we doing in our phone when we are logged in ATRL it will be too diffuclt to explain. 

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materialboy

A girl saw where I was,and asked me what was that :deadbanana4: I think she saw a Nicki gif and some emojis.I just told her it's a music forum but didn't care to explain.

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Fisherman

Few weeks ago cousin asked me what site I was on and I told him "ATRL, a pop culture forum", he replied with "why not just use twitter? Forums are so 2006". 

It's not hard to explain what ATRL is, but it is kinda hard trynna explain the appeal. 

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Cain
15 minutes ago, Fisherman said:

Few weeks ago cousin asked me what site I was on and I told him "ATRL, a pop culture forum", he replied with "why not just use twitter? Forums are so 2006". 

It's not hard to explain what ATRL is, but it is kinda hard trynna explain the appeal. 

Mostly this, this place is pretty self referential too so if you’re not in it or know it I don’t think you’d get the appeal.

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Miss Bank$
Just now, BlackStar_93 said:

I tell them it's basically stan twitter but in forum format. :toofunny3:

ATRL is nothing like stan twitter and stan twitter is nothing like ATRL 

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levi_valvi

some parts of it is, yeah. i once tried to explain why we spam the same random gifs all over each page and :psyduck:

trying to explain some of our jokes, references and memes is also :psyduck:

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ilomilo

This website is embarrassing in general, I'd rather hide the fact that I use it than bothering to explain it to someone

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Vertigo Stick

It's a forum used by primarily gay men to discuss and debate past, present, and future politics of pop culture 

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