Talk:Printer

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sorry but I didn't really find this funny at all. Have a look at the pages of some other well-formatted Animal articles, and try to make out that a Printer really Is an animal, instead of just showing a picture and pretending that they're animals, then ruining it by giving tyhe impression that they're really normal printers that someone has draped an animal skin over.

Example of Sentence of Ruination:

Their image quality isn't very good, but they are fairly compatible with modern computers and many older ones.


Suggestion: Format the article properly, make it more funny.

Formatting: For example have "information" under different categories, such as "Mating" and "Feeding Habits" again have a look at articles from say wikipedia, on real animals, and model it after that. It's just not funny as it is now.

sorry for any offence caused :)

- Pyros from 'straiya
No problem. Thanks for the feedback. I have somewhat come along and adopted this article, trying to add my own material, while keeping in step with what was previously there isn't so easy. I'll be sure to take another look at this when I have the chance. Thanks again. --epynephrin 13:51, 13 March 2006 (UTC)

Thanks :) Sorry I whacked some of my own stuff in there if that's ok. It's currently in a decidedly un-funny phase (the section I partially added), but I'm hoping we can work something out and make it all good. So-called "actual printers" are utterly evil, paper-shredding ink-guzzling monsters that delight in nothing more than destroying your homework and performing illogical protests against Correct Driver Installation. :)--Pyros_15000 01:29, 14 March 2006 (UTC)

Absolutely. Feel free to add, help, fix, edit, change, etc. Sometimes I go through unfunny phases myself. Another part of my problem is that things I are pretty lame, but other people are in hysterics when they hear them. --epynephrin 02:38, 14 March 2006 (UTC)
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