To avoid retarded, wikipedian-like wars... I hate being serious on uncyclopedia, but, I want to avoid previous experience- wikipedian-like edit war (and we all hate wikipedia).
My edit was: For Great Chieftain We Are Ready. User 220.127.116.11 changed my edit to: "For Homeland, We Are Ready".
My (bad) joke was a free (mis)translation from real NDH phrase Za dom i Poglavnika spremni meaning For Homeland and Poglavnik We Are Ready . Poglavnik could be translated as headman, ruler, chairman... It doesn't have a specific translation. And poglavnik somewhat resembles poglavica (chieftain). And I found it funny. I know that my joke is bad, but I believe that it's better than the second one.
But to avoid silly edit war, I will ask someone neutral to judge for himself or give a new, better motto. If nobody replies in a week, I will temporarily reverse the 18.104.22.168's edit to mine or write a new official motto.
--Truthseeker1412 23:17, October 1, 2010 (UTC)
Not funny at all
This article was really funny: http://mirror.uncyc.org/wiki/Croatia
And current article is not funny at all. I don't know what is the reason for that but I can see that some annoying Wikipedia contributors found their way to this site. I, as a Croat, am not offended at all but this is just boring. It is cool that there is mirror site as, obviously, Uncyclopedia died. It was only matter of time. I would not drink beer with most of Wikipedia authors, let only read some of their "jokes". Boring bureaucrats, especially if they are from ex-Yugoslav territory in which case they are frustrated boring bureaucrats. 22.214.171.124 02:38, February 27, 2012 (UTC)
- Just improve it then. Mattsnow 03:03, February 27, 2012 (UTC)
- Why doesn't someone lift the redirect. The original piece on Croatia was a bit more funny (and the source is available for c/p), and this article is not totally unfunny, even tho it does reek of the type of humour Wikipedia ex-Yu editors would find funny, with way too little random, crazy humour, and way too much political agenga. Still why not have both? Peejunk (talk) 18:38, June 1, 2012 (UTC)