Talk:Grave Dancing

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Is any of this real?

edit From Pee Review

Tell me what you think. I thought it was decent when I wrote it, but rereading I thought some of the jokes may have been forced. I was told it was kind of boring. What say you, 3 people who venture into this area of Uncyc? --ENeGMA 20:20, 12 June 2006 (UTC)

I thought it was interesting and informative. I learneded something that will haunt me forevers. More zingers needed, but tis' an article worthy of great happenstances...Sliferjam 20:36, 12 June 2006 (UTC)

There, I livened up the first section. May add to the rest later.
I just cut out some unfunny sections, added a new picture and made some minor changes. I think it's better now. --ENeGMA 17:33, 13 June 2006 (UTC)

This made me chuckle quite a bit- possibly needs a slightly higher joke density, but I liked it --Jamtrousers 17:51, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

More revisions. I like it. --ENeGMA 18:22, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

Thanks!--22:12, 9 December 2006 (UTC)

Have you people seen DanceOnTheirGraves.com by Arisotle on the Halfbakery back in 2001? --213.208.80.233 12:57, 28 April 2009 (UTC)

edit I thought it was hilarious!

I just finished watching an episode of Caprica entitled Gravedancing, and was curious how the idiom "dancing on someone's grave" related to the episode. Unfortunately, I did not find the answer here at Uncyclopedia, but I did find that Iaughed through half of the article. I had to stop halfway, because I knew it was becoming ridiculous, but it overwhelmed me so much that I had to compliment the author. The biggest laugh came at the rumination that Moses and the Jews had become free from the pharoahs because someone planted a tape player in the city, which inspirited the citizens of Egypt to seek out their ancestor's graves and dance upon them. Thus, causing a distraction that allowed the Jews to escape Egypt. At that point, I was laughing so hard that I had to stop reading, and write to this wiki in order to acknowledge the author's comic "genius".

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