Poke the bear idiom
Using the thank tool to spam an editor, this metaphor could mean more than you intended edit, be careful not to imply that a specific individual is a bear.
Suggesting to others that two editors in consensus over a point of contention with you are meatpuppets or sockpuppets.Do not Poke The Bear, previous Page, do not Poke The Bear : Phrases.Contents, examples of poking edit, following editors to articles they are editing during an unrelated dispute.Implying an editor may have mental health problems with the patronizing assurance "There is no conspiracy here.".Commenting to others about a proven editor whom you don't like "Wikipedia is better off without that user." (or its equivalent: "That user is not here to help build the encyclopedia.a the bear /a To link to this term in a wiki such as Wikipedia, insert the following.Google has been censoring this site for nearly 7 years.Their censorship is not new: they've been censoring this site for nearly 7 years.
As such, it's always best not to poke the bear.
Addressing an editor as "Friend or offering them "friendly advice when the opposite is meant.
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Having been asked not to (or otherwise knowing it is unwelcome continuing to post on a user's talk page.Vote how vulgar the word is not how mean.To link to this term in a web page or blog, insert the following.Telling an editor "I don't know how many times I have to say this" after having said it only once and receiving a reasonable response.And lying about.(You can poke a bear once and maybe get away with it, but if you keep poking him, he's going to get really angry.) To stir things.Russia "bear" may be a compliment, but elsewhere(.Suggesting an interaction ban over dispute with a new user, effectively topic-banning the established editor from their article niche.I use it (11 no longer use it (0 heard it but never used it (6 have never heard it (7 average of 12 votes: 2 see the most vulgar words.
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Repeatedly informing others about past block(s) of a user you have a dispute with.
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