Terms of Service
Hello there, and welcome to YesPLZ!’s Terms & Conditions or as we like to call them, YesPLZ!’s Terms & Fun-ditions, haha! Am I right, you guys?!?!
First thing to know: This is our Cabana, and in our Cabana, you play by our rules. Not by your rules, not by school’s rules, not by the rules of the road or Robert’s Rules of Order: OUR rules.
Fear not, however, for we are benevolent rulers, governing over our website much like Guy of Ibelin over 13th century Cyprus (...benevolently).
Here’s what you need to know:
Much like the best things in life—love, laughter, the original Minesweeper on Windows 95—YesPLZ! is free to use.
a) Spammers: this does not mean that you can use YesPLZ! freely. If spam gets out of control, we may have to impose a $1 - $2 fee to keep those spammers at bay.
b) Be cool, spammers. DON'T RUIN THIS FOR EVERYONE!
- All rules are subject to change without notice, like Facebook's layout or Katy Perry's haircut.
- This isn’t your middle school LiveJournal: Any content you submit or display on YesPLZ! can be viewed by all other users of YesPLZ! and through third party services and websites.
- The site is governed by the Laws of the State of California, which means [INSERT JOKE ABOUT OUR HUGE BUDGET DEFICIT AND/OR THE GOVERNATOR ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER]
- This isn’t a term or condition, but “Mambo #5” by Lou Bega was a really underrated song.
We have the license to do whatever we want with anything you post on YesPLZ!. We can copy, reproduce, process, modify, publish, transmit, AutoTune, rasterize, graffiti upon, transform into a LOLCat, adapt into an NBC sitcom starring Melissa Joan Hart, name our new pet guinea pig after, or otherwise alter your content in any way we see fit.
a) If you disagree with this, take it up with my new guinea pig, who does not have a name yet.
YesPLZ! is not responsible or legally liable for anything that goes on within the site. But that doesn't mean we don't care <3
a) It does mean we are not legally liable, however, so don't come trying to sue us.
- The co-founders may at any time reference obscure Cypriot leaders and/or the star of Nickelodeon’s “Clarissa Explains It All.”