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===Tweaked Wording===
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I changed "may also have been pulling your leg." to "may also have been short-handed." because the former made it seem like some of the content might not have been legitimate. And around here, it is '''always''' legitimate. That and "short-handed" on a [[stub]] template is a bit more amusing, than "your leg", since that is naturally attached to you, and thus very unstubby. If I've ruined anything, revert. --[[User:Famine|Famine]] 02:26, 5 Jun 2005 (UTC)
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===Added Border===
 
I added the border after I noticed this really blending into pages, with the lack of a colored background. If necessary, it can be removed. However, this template (which I freekin love) needs something to break it apart from the pages it's on. --[[User:Famine|Famine]] 09:30, 28 May 2005 (EDT)
 
I added the border after I noticed this really blending into pages, with the lack of a colored background. If necessary, it can be removed. However, this template (which I freekin love) needs something to break it apart from the pages it's on. --[[User:Famine|Famine]] 09:30, 28 May 2005 (EDT)

Latest revision as of 02:26, June 5, 2005

edit Tweaked Wording

I changed "may also have been pulling your leg." to "may also have been short-handed." because the former made it seem like some of the content might not have been legitimate. And around here, it is always legitimate. That and "short-handed" on a stub template is a bit more amusing, than "your leg", since that is naturally attached to you, and thus very unstubby. If I've ruined anything, revert. --Famine 02:26, 5 Jun 2005 (UTC)

edit Added Border

I added the border after I noticed this really blending into pages, with the lack of a colored background. If necessary, it can be removed. However, this template (which I freekin love) needs something to break it apart from the pages it's on. --Famine 09:30, 28 May 2005 (EDT)

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