Oh, I make a misunderstanding of the word "mature nature"

@Leonma (57)
May 25, 2009 10:14am CST
I just see someone judge my old content has mature nature, and when I replay his post, I can't find his post. So I guess this is the alarm content for my post. What do you think I just guess what is the meaning of "mature nature"? I guess it is this kind of post that can popular use for different post, for example, "ok", " I agree with you", "Quite good", something like that. But when I reply one post with the work Pregnant, I am strange I can not post my response, it is alarm with "mature nature" content, I just think it is strange, why, here is not the custom respond, I type it as what I think. After several times' fail, I check the preference, then find I make a misunderstanding for that, it may means it include the content not for young person. Oh, what a big mistake!
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@owlwings (40036)
• Cambridge, England
25 May 09
I think you mean 'mature content'. Any post which uses certain words (even in an innocent context) will get tagged with 'mature content' automatically. MyLot has a 'mature content' filter so that people of 'tender years' (i.e. under 18, I suppose) can't see 'explicit' discussions.
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@Leonma (57)
• China
25 May 09
Thanks for your explain.