Who was the greatest TSR user ever?

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There have been plenty, but only one can win.
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Either Awesome Genius or imsoacademic
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Either Awesome Genius or imsoacademic
You're a great guy.
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threads like this anger people because they weren’t chosen and they were expecting to be chosen by you
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Who was the greatest TSR user ever?
To get more unique responses, you might have to be a bit more specific on what you mean by "Greatest". All being said though, in very many ways, the greatest user is YOU
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pig.
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pig.
I do enjoy how you randomly appear in the most silly threads. It makes me laugh every time :laugh:
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I really love all the neo-Nazis that come on to whinge about die Juden. So one of those *****.

Honest.
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imsoacademic
That's one hell of a blast from the past. I miss her. She and I built a good rapport.
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The more I think about AG's popularity, the more I think that this is probably where Trump learnt how promote himself

What a loathsome character
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It definitely wasn't damoni
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(Original post by It's****ingWOODY)
Either Awesome Genius or imsoacademic
I miss im so academic ... she'll have finished her degree by now, probably have a job and a flat and a partner or something. She was just starting at Durham when we last spoke.

Shame she was always so adamant in not keeping contact with anyone. I actually liked her, she was interesting. I wonder how she's doing now.
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I miss im so academic ... she'll have finished her degree by now, probably have a job and a flat and a partner or something. She was just starting at Durham when we last spoke.

Shame she was always so adamant in not keeping contact with anyone. I actually liked her, she was interesting. I wonder how she's doing now.
did you like AG?
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did you like AG?
Not particularly. He was an arrogant twatwhistle.

im so academic was only one of a lot of people though, from my era. THere were many other greats from then and before who make isa seem silly - which, to be fair, isa was, back in the day. She was an early-teen emo kid with a serious Oxbridge fetish and an attitude problem. She was a standing joke, really. It was only in later years that she mellowed and became good to talk to.

Other, more timeless greats were people like pig and J.

But then if you dig back further, you get to d. IIRC d (account remade later) was the forum admin going back to when The Student Room was the UK-Learning message board. I'd say he's the greatest single member there's ever been on this site. He's basically our Notch, but TSR is so old now that he's moved on totally and is no longer reachable.



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Not particularly. He was an arrogant twatwhistle.

im so academic was only one of a lot of people though, from my era. THere were many other greats from then and before who make isa seem silly - which, to be fair, isa was, back in the day. She was an early-teen emo kid with a serious Oxbridge fetish and an attitude problem. She was a standing joke, really. It was only in later years that she mellowed and became good to talk to.

Other, more timeless greats were people like pig and J.

But then if you dig back further, you get to d. IIRC d (account remade later) was the forum admin going back to when The Student Room was the UK-Learning message board. I'd say he's the greatest single member there's ever been on this site. He's basically our Notch, but TSR is so old now that he's moved on totally and is no longer reachable.




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Ah man - I am AG.
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Unless you've been here since TSR began, and have been a very regular user, we will never know.
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Unless you've been here since TSR began, and have been a very regular user, we will never know.
Until around 2010 or so, many of the users were quite aware of TSR history, and who the major figures in its history had been.
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Unless you've been here since TSR began
2004-present. Definitely pig.
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