I agree, this shouldn't be taken that seriously. Really, we can assume to this that Warrior is a friend, perhaps a very good one of ours, and when all is said and done, we all might've said some stuff that we wouldn't if they weren't wearing a mask, I know I have, and I regret it very much. I think both parties (Warrior's and ours) can learn from this, Warrior, you should learn that wearing a mask, just to see how people react, (Not saying this is what you're trying to do, though it would make sense) Is never a good idea. And for us, I think it teaches us what the Bible has taught us: Don't say anything you wouldn't say the the Lord. I think we've all forgotten this while talking with Warrior. We all just have to remember Warrior is just our friend in a mask, they aren't some random person. So don't say something you wouldn't say to your best friend.