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deltabird Group: Member - Total Posts: 2
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Please restore Mound_of_venus tag
Posted on: 05/21/18 12:14AM

"Mound_of_venus" WAS my favorite tag... why did they break it? Groin is NOT the same thing... a crotch shot does not necessarily include a nice juicy mound.


Yavie Group: Moderator - Total Posts: 381
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Posted on: 05/21/18 12:42AM
deltabird said:

"Mound_of_venus" WAS my favorite tag... why did they break it? Groin is NOT the same thing... a crotch shot does not necessarily include a nice juicy mound.
Groin is easier to type and remember than "mound_of_venus. How many people even know what that particular body part is? You might as well ask us why we tag butt as "ass" and not gluteus_maximus.

Anti_Gendou Group: Unofficial Gardener's Guild - Total Posts: 4106
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Posted on: 05/22/18 10:41PM
gelbooru.com/index.php?pa...tag_history&id=559515

Was this not applicable or something?

AngryZapdos Group: Moderator - Total Posts: 84
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Posted on: 05/24/18 04:37AM
deltabird said:

"Mound_of_venus" WAS my favorite tag... why did they break it? Groin is NOT the same thing... a crotch shot does not necessarily include a nice juicy mound.


For the purposes of tagging, "mound_of_venus" and "groin" were essentially the same. Both referred not to a mound, but rather the depressions at the top of the legs/bottom of the belly that form something of a V shape. They are easy to see in post #4250222.

Danbooru aliased "mound_of_venus" to "groin" a few years ago, likely because tagging a depression as a mound was somewhat unintuitive. Since we adopt 99.9% of Danbooru's tagging practices, it was really only a matter of time before the alias was reflected here. I was surprised it hadn't happened sooner, actually.

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