You know you are a Go addict when …

I probably have something like WYSIWYG in mind :slight_smile:

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I went with i-kya-ga, I tend to roll my consonants.

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Definitely an acronym, for me pronounced

Yook-yaga

If it were written properly (ykyaaga)
Then obviously

Yook-yaaga

(Both oo are not strong like in look or book but just a soft connection, with almost a soft u sound)

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Ykyaga when you read ykyaga and think about American Go Association

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That Kaya goban

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Go know you are an OGS addict when you can instantly ID the user in Bhydden’s Post

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Who?

xhu98

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wasn’t even deliberate obfuscation :stuck_out_tongue: just lazy screen grabbing haha

good catch :wink:

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I didn’t think about it before, but now you said it… It took me a few seconds, though. :wink:

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…when you realise that you have 18 browser tabs open on your phone and 12 of them are Go related :man_facepalming:

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or… a forum addict?

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… when you extract the audio track from the AlphaGo movie and turn it into an audiobook for repeat listening. (I just want Fan Hui to narrate my life :star_struck:)

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LAMAO you are def a go addict ^^

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When you’re driving and you notice you left something on the hood of the car. But it’s not a cup of coffee, it’s your stones. :sob:

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A real Go addict would never be so careless with one’s precious stones :laughing:

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Addiction is rarely pretty.

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You know you are a Go (forums) addict when…
…you put socks together, but instead of “bugatti” you keep reading “bugcat”. :flushed:

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You know you are a go forum addict when each time you watch an American action movie you see Gia written everywhere.

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YKYAGAW someone says “Shinkai”, referring to Makoto Shinkai, and you hear “Shin Jinseo”.

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… when you receive a total of four birthday gifts and they are all Go related (one travel Go set, one set of glass stones, one set of wooden bowls and one Go book) :sunglasses:

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When someone says “shin-(whatever)” and you immediately think about wood for gobans. :grin:

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