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  1. Merry Birthiversary!

  2. Merry Birthiversary!

  3. Work your legs, you bastard.

  4. I'll drink your ass like wine!

    1. hariyaMakusu2
    2. Creamy Arty

      Creamy Arty

      You goddamn better believe it.

  5. Furry fool, you are mine.

  6. Open your ass up like a keg.

  7. Oh, you're the admin dude :D

  8. Work your legs.

  9. nlaq

    Show Song Update?

    OK, these have been added! Note, they won't show up in the search box until at least one artist makes an association between their song and the show song.
  10. Rake some leaves.

  11. nlaq

    Mega Thread The Banned Game

    Banned because the site blew up and deleted your account.
  12. Hey, look, a website!

    1. Twilight Sparkle ✨
    2. nlaq

      nlaq

      A collection of markup, styles, and scripts that are served by computers with working partition tables :D

  13. This will be addressed with the next design update
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    Feature Request An API would be nice.

    An API isn't a bad idea, but it is not planned at the moment Now; you technically *could* query the endpoints that the site itself uses; but I wouldn't recommend it for anything other than some basic data mining. The endpoints that the site uses are subject to change at any point (which is why they're under the /api/web namespace). It's possible though that we could create another API that would be more stable for 3rd part developers.
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    Feature Request Features & Feedback

    Thanks for the feedback! I've responded to most of your points individually This was a planned feature, but was dropped due to routing issues. What I mean is that when you're on a discover page, and you select a track, you *should* be able to hit the back button and get back to where you were. This wasn't possible using the current routing framework that PFM uses. I would like to see this feature, but it would require some design considerations This is currently not planned, but may be implemented sometime in the future. This is planned. These can be added to the
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