With that said, go ahead 'n make snark remarks and tasteful/less jokes.
Rosa in fiore? No; la rosa appassita. Worst Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood reference ever.
Flowers seemed like a cool enough kid in ye olden times, but he never did like to be warned about any rules he might of broken. Nor gettin' infracted when he refused to regard said warnings. In due time he took t' trolling, flaming and eventually a ban. Then another... and another. After a last-ditch attempt to do... uh, something, a permaban ended his miserable membership. If anybody else still remembers 'em, I certainly doubt they miss him.
Not-so-Super Saiyan Troll
Just as flowers, he seemed like a good enough kid in the beginning. But then he quickly took to trollin' people he beat in his vidya gaems; one of many st00pid kinds'a trolling, in other words. No one likes a sore winner, so he got some attention from that there 'Karpmod fellow. He continued. The ban hammer was dropped. Then he made a dupe account. Then another dupe account... If y'all don't know, I'm a real dick when it comes t' them dupe accounts. Thus, Saiyan fell to Fin. And it was good.
Here's a protip for y'all: never trust a member who has 500% more visitor messages than posts.
A (Double) Zero Indeed
I previously stated one should never trust a member with too many VMs: it ain't smart t' trust someone with absolutely none either. Though Steve-o here joined back in 2011, he was never active, with a meager total of 14 posts. When he was active, all he really did was go 'round lookin' for a fight half the time, managin' to receive warnings for flaming on two different occasions... both of which would've been infractions had he not been so inactive.
After two further months of inactivity from the last warning, he suddenly decides t' call out us Wiichat mods, so I jokingly insert a (simply divine) Magikarp .gif int' his post to replace the somewhat rude text. Not even a warning, official or unofficial... his reaction? To create a dupe account he thought I wouldn't identify. Then, spam threads.