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Vanity Pages are articles about a particular individual, group, or organization generally written by an individual associated with the subject of the Vanity Page. If you would like to make a Vanity Page, there are several places for you to do so:
The CM Test for Vanity
Generally, when deciding if a page is vanity, we run the Codeine's Mum test:
- Might Codeine's Mum have heard of this group/individual/organization?
- If the answer is No, the page gets deleted. Immediately.
- If the answer is Yes, then we evaluate it as we would any other normal article.
But what if Codeine's Mum is not available to ask?
- In that case, we attempt to discern whether or not she might have heard of it by checking:
If the article fails more than two (2) of the above checks, it is considered Vanity and deleted.
Your user page should act as a means of introducing yourself to other Uncyclopedians. User pages don't need to conform to the template rules or funniness standards. However, cyberbullying, slander, and personal attacks are not permitted anywhere on Uncyclopedia, even in your userspace. Furthermore, your userpage may not be used for personal use. Listing information about yourself or using your userpage to store content for an offsite activity is not acceptable. Administrators reserve the right to delete your userpage if it does not meet our standards.
You can get to your user page by clicking on your username at the very top of the page. You must be a registered user to edit your user page.
Do not create redirects to your user page from the article namespace. Redirects may temporarily exist if a user's page has been moved to their User: space (by them or by an administrator), but these should be put on the QVFD when spotted.