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The opening lines of this article are classic. --Savethemooses 11:09, 19 Mar 2005 (EST)
Yes, but the part on the different types (colors) of dragons could be funnier.--DiZ 00:16, 16 June 2006 (UTC)
- A lot funnier. If you can make it so, feel free. I'm personally on the verge of disowning this article. Especially since the merger with Dragons, which was a long, long masturbation joke. --epynephrin 12:49, 19 June 2006 (UTC)
- I think I might just do that. Having to slay a dragon once, I know their true power as bloodthirsty killing machines, but I believe there is a lighter, more humorous side to them hidden under their blood-stained jowls and thick hide, and I shall gladly be the one to reveal it to the world. Plus, I got nothing better to do. Nothing. Seriously. I'm chafing my ass off on this chair practically everyday. I need help. Or a break. Or something to do. --DiZ 15:45, 19 June 2006 (UTC)
Hi! I made a template that seems fitting for this page, so I placed it on the top. I'm a stupid idiot, so please feel free to delete it, if its bad. --Drakegos 18:46, 13 August 2007 (UTC)
edit All the hard work has paid off!
- I have noticed a lot of subsequent edits to this article, and many of them end up being reverted. If it was by me, Here's why--epynephrin 16:11, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
edit You forgot a part.
You absolutely forgot the fact that most dragons enjoy stealing small animals, and using them as bait to catch bigger and bigger animals (etc.) that they can toy with and keep as pets. Cabbits are common, like to cower, and after they warm up to the dragon, usually cuddle his/her feet. A common teasing method of the dragon toward any affectionate cabbit is to stick a toe in its mouth, and watch the reaction the cabbit gives off. Another common pet of Dragons is humans... for obvious reasons. Quick comment: there are many intelligent species on this planet (and others! I swear!), and they all own dragons or dragons in disguise.