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Hi fellas,

Salute from Desciclopédia.

Recently I was editing an article anonymously Uncyclopedia and received the following message:

Thanks for your edit. Can you improve this related article? Ingvar Kamprad.

How is this possible? Is it a wikia trick? Is it a Uncyclopedia trick? Is this a miracle? A magic? A witch? A fantasy? Effect of acid?

What is the page in the MediaWiki namespace that I can steal get free this insanity?


Franklin Kerber 13:54, October 28, 2009 (UTC)

A wizard did it. Sir SockySexy girls Mermaid with dolphin Tired Marilyn Monroe (talk) (stalk)Magnemite Icons-flag-be GUN SotM UotM PMotM UotY PotM WotM 14:17, 28 October 2009
As I recall, it kinda started happening. I think it's a Wikia thing, although I'm open to being proved wrong. Sannse probably knows. --UU - natter UU Manhole 14:22, Oct 28
It's Wikia's fault. Go to preferences --> Editing --> enable suggestions to turn it on or off. --Pleb SYNDROME CUN medicate (butt poop!!!!) 17:15, October 28, 2009 (UTC)

Ok, thanks. Franklin Kerber 12:20, October 29, 2009 (UTC)

It's the EditSimilar extension, which can be toggled on/off on Special:Preferences. --User:Jack Phoenix/sig 12:35, October 29, 2009 (UTC)
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