If it is not accredited, an not rouge, what is it?

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Hiya, so if an Online Casino is neither one, then what is it. Betvoyager as an example, or Captain Cooks? or any other Casino for that matter? Thanks.

hehe, i edit it, so miranda x reply no longer is valid......hehehe
 
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I like "Engaged Casino's", you haven't committed but testing the waters. :thumbsup:
 

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rouge : [roozh] noun (sounds a bit like 'booze' with your teeth clenched)
1. any of various red cosmetics for coloring the cheeks or lips.
2. a reddish powder, chiefly ferric oxide, used for polishing metal, glass, etc.

VS

rogue : [rohg] noun (sounds like 'bogus' without the 'us')
1. a dishonest, knavish person; scoundrel.
2. a playfully mischievous person; scamp: The youngest boys are little rogues.
3. a tramp or vagabond.
4. a rogue elephant or other animal of similar disposition.
5. Biology. a usually inferior organism, esp. a plant, varying markedly from the normal.

For example:

One applies, or councils against the excessive application of, rouge.
"Too much rouge makes you look like a cheap 'ho."

One avoids, and strongly recommends that others avoid, rogue casinos.
"I don't play at rogue casinos because they'll steal all my money and I might end up being a cheap 'ho."
 

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"Too much rouge makes you look like a cheap 'ho."

"I don't play at rogue casinos because they'll steal all my money and I might end up being a cheap 'ho."
LOL...ain't that the truth! :D:thumbsup:
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* Accredited Casino
* Engaged Casino (Not accredited or rouge)
* Rouge Casino
See above definition(s) and spelling(s).

If colours must be used suggest 'noir' or 'beige'. ;)

Also why 'Engaged Casino'? Engaged by whom? for what?
Seems that they're just 'other' casinos, or 'misc' perhaps. It is common practice to label the exceptions -- in this case that would be Accredited and Rogue (not 'rouge') casinos -- and leave the rest undistinguished.
 

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See above definition(s) and spelling(s).

If colours must be used suggest 'noir' or 'beige'. ;)

Also why 'Engaged Casino'? Engaged by whom? for what?
Seems that they're just 'other' casinos, or 'misc' perhaps. It is common practice to label the exceptions -- in this case that would be Accredited and Rogue (not 'rouge') casinos -- and leave the rest undistinguished.
i would rather suggest shitty brown (for the rogues that is)
 

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i would rather suggest shitty brown (for the rogues that is)
:lolup: That'll work!

I suppose it wouldn't hurt to answer the original question:

If a casino isn't Accredited (meaning it's come to Bryan's notice as a particularly good place) and isn't a Rogue (meaning it's come to Bryan's notice as a particularly bad place) then it's just another casino as far as we're concerned. Nothing neither good nor bad, so to speak.
 

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I reckon this should get the nod:nod:


* Accredited Casino
* MIA (Missing in action)
* Rouge Casino


Because it's missing but still in action.
 

maxd

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I reckon this should get the nod:nod:

* Accredited Casino
* MIA (Missing in action)
* Rouge Casino

Because it's missing but still in action.
We're sticking with the colours are we? :eek2:

How about this?

  • Blush-and-lipgloss casino (a little make-up)
  • Au Natural casino (no make-up that we know of or noticed)
  • Rouge casino (too much rouge, mascara, etc .. this one a 'ho)

For the last time:

This is rOUGe (the coloured stuff she's applying to her cheek):


This is a rOGUe (a nasty person, who may or may not be wearing rouge):


We good?
 
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We're sticking with the colours are we? :eek2:

How about this?

  • Blush-and-lipgloss casino (a little make-up)
  • Au Natural casino (no make-up that we know of or noticed)
  • Rouge casino (too much rouge, mascara, etc .. this one a 'ho)

For the last time:

This is rOUGe (the coloured stuff she's applying to her cheek):


This is a rOGUe (a nasty person, who may or may not be wearing rouge):


We good?
He's definitely wearing rouge though.

I think you are confusing matters. Not all rogues will have red cheeks!

Rogue casinos that fall into the 'most likely has red cheeks' category:

Brandy Casino
Pampers Casino
Sluts Alley
Trump Casino

Rogue casinos without red cheeks:

African Palace Casino

Clear?
 

maxd

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Not all rogues will have red cheeks! ... Clear?
:D No, not at all!

I certainly do agree though that not all rogues wear rouge. Those that do are Rouge Rogues, or Rogue a la Rouge if you prefer.

Rogues without rouge are Rougeless Rogues, or Rogue sans Rouge.

Or another way to look at it might be that a rogue can wear rouge but rouge alone won't make a rogue a rogue. Which is to say that it takes more than rouge to make a rogue.

And that's all I have to say about that! ;)
 

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I reckon this should get the nod:nod:


* Accredited Casino
* MIA (Missing in action)
* Rouge Casino


Because it's missing but still in action.
As a former military officer (not a :sickbrag - I was terrible), Missing In Action is more like "they went missing in (during) action". Everyone kinda knows MIA = >99% gg / PoW.

Unless you're Rambo or Chuck Norris I suppose, then you'd just keep on owning oblivious to the fact that you're taking on entire enemy divisions alone.

A military term for the middle bracket could be "Grey Man" (someone who stays under the radar, doesn't do anything great, doesn't do anything bad enough to attract attention). The secret to success in military academies is usually striving for total "Gray Man" status - at my academy, there was this saying "51% wasted effort, 49% wasted year". That ethos is very "Grey Man" influenced.
 

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