Talk:Vulva

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edit From Pee Review

I know it needs more. Please, help!

  • I changed the logo to better reflect the colors, letter spacing and dimensions of the original Volvo logo, and added my version of the slogan. What do you think? :-) If you don't like it, you can feel free to change it back. The original image was image:vulva_logo.png, the new one is image:vulva_logo2.png -- TheSlyFox 03:52, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
  • By the way, I love the idea of this article. I see another featured article on the horizon! -- TheSlyFox 03:55, 23 March 2007 (UTC)

edit From Pee Review

I created this one a while back, and I think it's mildly funny. How can I make it *wildly* funny?

Humour: 8 The article is quite funny. Although I think references to hairy things could be left out, since they seem to take the concept a bit far (which I took the liberty of removing--I hope you don't mind). This doesn't include the "carpeted model" references, which I thought was great. Other than that, the article seems to use a James Bond-ish approach, using somewhat subtle (yet obvious) references, which is very good.
Concept: 10 The idea is brilliant, in my opinion.
Prose and formatting: 8 The formatting is okay, but could use a bit of cleaning up. I took the liberty of (hopefully) properly placing the logo image. Other than that, everything seems to be pretty good.
Images: 8 Good job with the logo, I changed it around a bit and added a slogan to it. The car in the water had me laughing for quite a while. Perhaps some more car pictures could make it funnier. I think we could find some better images than the one with the bus with bulletholes, though I think that section's idea has a good start.
Miscellaneous: 8 The article could do very well as long as it stays away from being crude, which is very possible.
Final Score: 42 I think this could easily become a featured article with a bit of tidying up and some more content.
Reviewer: TheSlyFox 04:33, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
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