Talk:The Long Tetris Block

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OK either a) Zombiebaron has never played Tetris, or b) I just suck horribly at this.

I tried making refrences to Tetris as a joke. The whole party thing was supposed to be in refrence to when you make the setup to clear 4 lines at once, but if I have to explain it, well, it obviously isn't funny. Any suggestions to make things better?  :/

Also, about links: I don't know how/Am too lazy to do so and instead use the excuse that I don't know how to OK I added links. (11/10/06)

...I hope I'm using this discussion page correctly...

--HeroofTime55 23:50, 10 November 2006 (UTC)

Now, I was thinking, would an image possibly help explain things? It would be of a Tetris game, where the player has neatly stacked pieces to the top leaving one narrow slit open, and then the slot is covered after they inevitably need to clear some lines since the long piece hasn't appeared yet. Mabye have that, with the current piece being the long block, with the caption "The Long Tetris Block shows up late" or something like that?

I want to improve this, but I won't be able to if it get's deleted in 3 2 days. Please, provide suggestions. Yes, you, reading this right now. I need your input if this is to survive. Any suggestions. Including "Rewrite this article," if it's that bad.

Hm... Would adding a sexual joke be good, while providing a picture of the long brick being inserted into the slot (In order to clear 4 lines) to illustrate? Wondering if that idea will work.

--HeroofTime55 00:15, 11 November 2006 (UTC)

Heh, I found this laying arround on the 9/11 article. Could be implemented, under something like that he masterminded the 9/11 attacks or something, but I'm too lazy to type up something nice.

<img src="http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/Image:World_Trade_Center.gif"> --HeroofTime55 22:10, 19 November 2006 (UTC)

edit Unfunny

This isn't very funny, but it's so true!

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