+MartyBartfast Posted June 15, 2017 Share Posted June 15, 2017 I'm looking for alternatives to use "Non-geocachers" just doesn't sound as appealing There are a lot of threads asking about other terms. That's plenty of reading, but you still may not find a definitive list. Are you trying to make T-shirts or stickers or something, and the printer (especially Cafepress!) refuses to allow what they've decided is "copyrighted material"? If so, change the phrase. One option is to use the term "people", as in "I tried to hunt that Geocache, but there were too may people!" It's a card game. Though Warner Bros don't "own" the term as such, they do have the rights in print. I was going to use "Muggle-cards" and "Muggle-tokens". Ah, so we come up with a new term for "non cachers", get it into common use, you create a card game using it, then trademark the term to protect your intellectual property, and we're back to square one Hahahaha, well that's not what I was thinking, but I guess if the game became super successful and I turned greedy, sure Though worth noting it's not JK Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, who has trademarked the term. Well JK Rowling made a few $$, so good luck with it! It doesn't sound like there's a simple answer for your case, and I suspect making up cards with Muggle on them would make you a target for the lawyers. I wonder if you might get away with GeoMuggle? Quote Link to comment
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