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edit Who writes these godawful articles?
Ones like this one here: too many too-long paragraphs of laboriously unfunny meandering mythology with a few famous names and some smalltown Clerksesque crap all pumped by their cataclysmically pathetic idea of a coolly surrealistic kind-of 'plot' keeping the thing going on and going nowhere? And its supposed to be funny? Who? WHO? Never mind who, really, so long as they understand the following. Author of this and similar articcles: Lets face it: You are not going to get 'discovered' here. You are not going to have the guys at The Onion topping themselves in shame and failure to match your brilliance after they aqgree to your employment package of £100K and a Manhatten apartment (basement) and a chit to every blagg which has Cory Doctorow in attendance. There are many many many other resources other than the handful of sites and hackneyed media that appears to consist of 95% of your inspiration. If thats the right word. You are not going to be the next Python/Gervais/Sandler or whoever it is you wannabe. You'll stay put, still finding bits of SNL and most of Futurama fuckign hilarious forever. I'll bet you think The Simpsons is arguably the pinnacle of comedy too. And argue this relentlessly. Meanwhile This article is crap. I can tell which others you wrote just by looking at the page. Not only is it tl its dr because its crap. Stop it. Please. Please.
PS Who is sad enough to embellise them with turdlets of their own? Your mum?
hey guys, good jod stealing pictures from somethingawful.com (all my friends are dead)--EvanLord 02:57, 18 May 2006 (UTC)
- While we're on the subject, good job cracking yourselves up by bashing Americans in a completely unrelated page. Bashing does not necessarily equal humor; if you want to bash us, at least think of something a little more creative. -Unknownwarrior33 05:14, 16 August 2006 (UTC)
- Alas, many articles are not funny to every single person in the entire world. It is rather likley that at least one article in this entire site will not amuse you. However, this does not mean that the article is crap!--188.8.131.52 21:23, 14 July 2007 (UTC)
edit lol I am emo
Why ca'nt I edit the article, ME NO GET! Anyway read the article under or I will kill u.
edit From Pee Review
(Submitted to Pee by 184.108.40.206, article title added by ----OEJ 23:17, 26 January 2007 (UTC). As the article Death was started when the Earth was still molten and life was still a twinkle in Chronarion's eye, OEJ is uncertain whether it is really up for review or what the intentions of the pee post are...)
|Humour:||7||Some real bonecrackers here.|
|Concept:||8||Well, we have' to have an article on Death. This is a good version to have.|
|Prose and formatting:||5||There are some spelling errors: John Lenon, Chuck Noris. "Retarded people in America" is a sentence fragment used where a full sentence would be better.|
|Images:||5||Average. No photochopping, a funny album cover but not that great overall.|
|Miscellaneous:||8||As intricate collaborations go this is pretty darned good. There is a lot of funny and it's amazingly coherent considering all the fingers that have stirred the pot.|
|Reviewer:||----OEJ 23:17, 26 January 2007 (UTC)|
I know after "Ways of Soliciting a relationship with Death", everything is font size 666, but can it be reduced to normal size?
Not only that but they took out a great par tof the section (Things usually siad before death). Dieing of sadness- Wolffencer 19:01, 17 May 2007 (UTC)
edit Who knows?
Someone should research if necrophiliacs are attracted to Death. If they are turned on by dead people are they turned on by the death reaper? This sort of questions are why everyone should have necrophiliac friends.
edit Idea for a minor edit
In the quotes area, near the top, is the following:
“98% of people die in their lifetime.” ~ Statistics (on Death.)
Would it be funnier as?:
“98% of people die in their lifetime. (+/- 2%)” ~ Statistics (on Death.)
edit recent change in all caps
Someone just added "AND RIPPING OUT YOUR SOUL WITH HER BARE HANDS", which works. I was wondering if it would be funnier in normal upper/lower case. It probably works either way (if at all), but just wondering if the all caps is necessary for the humor? -TyCamden 08:42 PM, 26 April 2009 (EST).
edit Future Quote?
"What's that? Oh, I think I've heard something about it on the news....preceding My name..."
"In other news, Death has yet to get him."
~Estranged News Anchor.
"Huh? What's behind me?"
Someone needs to fix this table. But Lord knows I don't know how.