I raised a custom mod flag with this text:


This means in Korean:


But it was declined:

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Why is this not a "valid flag"? Why did the mods decline me to act cute/aegyo here?

  • 3
    Normally the flag is used to point out if there is any problem with the post. Was there any problem? What did you expect to happen if the flag hadn't been declined?
    – user17915 Mod
    Commented Mar 16, 2020 at 13:24
  • Why can't I try to act cute here?
    – user2563
    Commented Mar 17, 2020 at 0:48
  • 9
    you can, but this is what will happen
    – user17915 Mod
    Commented Mar 17, 2020 at 0:52

1 Answer 1


Remember these?

What makes a good use of the phrase “Nico-nico-nii” here?

Why is “Nico-nico-nii” not allowed on Stack Exchange?

Why were my two answers deleted?

All of these questions were asked by you, User Yubin-chan (formerly Maika Sakuranomiya), before you deleted your account on MusicFans and Music: Practice and Theory following multiple suspensions on both sites for similar misbehavior.

Your profiles on all your SE accounts specifically mention mod flags, showing an image of a moderator flag that you raised that was rejected:

Yubin-chan's profile

I see no reason why you should not already be intimately aware of the regulations on moderator flags.

  • Because it is a different phrase. I didn't even write "nico nico nii" there.
    – user2563
    Commented Mar 18, 2020 at 22:01
  • Oh, what a terrible and horrific idea to use nico-nico-nii as a comment of a flag?
    – Hanul Jeon
    Commented Oct 3, 2020 at 17:37

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