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this is not very funny. in fact it just seems like a straight up yatzhee bash. now, i was expecting that but in a humorous way. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs)
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What the fuck is this? It isn't funny! Take this back to Encyclopedia Dramatica where it belongs, guy. -HODIS.
- Aw, you took the time to say who you are, even though nobody gives a shit :D Would you like a cookie, sir? 17:11,4August,2010
1. This doesn't seem to fit the style of the overall encyclopedia and seems more to be in the style of "encyclopedia" dramatica. Yes, I'm aware that was pretentitious, no, I don't care. 2. No where, despite being annoyed at Yahtzee quite a bit, has described himself as a "journalist" which is by far the silliest part of his persona, and ripe for "All the President's Men" jokes. 3. I'd like a cookie, chocolate chip please.
- This isn't funny at all. I appreciate the author doesn't like Yahtzee but a massive rant against him thinly disguised as a joke is moronic and not comedic. Can someone re-do this? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk • contribs)
- Unfortunately, this was featured on the main page and is protected against edit. I agree that it belongs more on ED than here, but Featured Articles are preserved to show our, ahem, history. 14:25 8-Feb-14