TAT : An all-important question

Quietus

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TAT : An all-important question

Okay, so, I assume we all know that TAT = Tactical Attack Trout. But it occurred to me... TAT is both a noun and a verb, yes? So how do we indicate tnese? For example, I could say that "I'm going to TAT that newbpie!", and that's all well and good. But what happens when I do, and it moves into the past? Does it get an extra T- when it becomes past tense? Is it TATed, or TATted? And how much of the add-on gets capitalized?

DONDREI!!!!
 

Star Dust

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It would be Tactical Assault Trouted, so still TAT. Kind of like how WMD is both singular and plural.
 

Quietus

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I'm thinking Tatified or Tatulated would be the more appropriate terms.
I like these - Tatulated seems to fit nicely with the "Durf, poing, boobies" theme of the OTF as well.

Dondrei, you've let me down.



 

rplusplus

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Future past participle....

Queitus will have been TATed for bringing up this TAT worthy subject.

"How can you TAT women and children"?

"It's easy... you just don't lead 'em as much"!

Yarr++
 

Ash Housewares

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Future past participle....

Queitus will have been TATed for bringing up this TAT worthy subject.

"How can you TAT women and children"?

"It's easy... you just don't lead 'em as much"!

Yarr++
This is my TAT, there are many like it, but this one is mine.



 
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