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Definition of fASCIIst

fASCIIst

noun

  • someone who pays the license fee to the ASCII Rightholders, legitimizing their right to the characters
    "Do you think the ASCII copyright is legit?"

    "I don't care, I bought the license."

    "You are such a fASCIIst."

    Last edited on Mar 29 2021. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 29 2021.

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