The reason your post was removed, was because in fairness, if it was a reply to my post, geniunely questioning if we had other pictures and you responded as you did, I would have been more annoyed than found it funny, that and other people were also upset by it.
What may be considered funny and lighthearted to you, can cause upset when a serious question is being asked. In the context, if you had posted that plus a response to the persons question, then I MAY have had a different opinion.
I can see your point. For anyone who was upset by the post, then I am genuinely confused how, but still, genuinely sorry for any upset caused. Like i've mentioned, i'm perplexed how today's post differs from my post a couple of days ago (quoted below) which follows the same context etc & received 32 thanks as it was left up for people to see.
Did the train get taken back into the shed earlier before park close? Or did it remain on the track?
Yes, it was put back in the shed.
I can confirm all trains are safely back in their shed for the night...CLICK HERE
With regards posting a genuine response to the person's question, I usually would. However on this occasion, I clicked send & continued on with my life as I knew others (more informed then myself) would pick up the pieces + the intention, was literally, to make jest of what had become a dull repetitive thread (no disrespect intended)
Is it an option, via the current report function, that the person who has made the offending post also receives the report (not just the mods) to serve as genuine feedback as to who, what, why, where & when offences have been made as I was (and still kinda am) blissfully unaware.
Surely, this is a community & all sides should be involved in any dispute ?