Uncyclopedia:Pee Review/Fuck the world

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edit Fuck the world

This is an article that I've rewritten because it was in ICU. It was a "pile of crap" so to speak and will be checked on 4-23. Be honest but not rude please.

Brainspew 13:39, 17 April 2008 (UTC)

Humour: 8 I have to say, this is pretty good. Most of the parts made me laugh out loud and made me doubt if the earth is screwing with me. But try to add some more anger and make the person more paranoid and weird. It should make me laugh even more and make me think if this guy is even sane.
Concept: 9 This is admittedly a good concept you have. With all of the wars, greenhouse gases, the 2008 election and so on. What I would suggest is to expand the topic to include a variety of things such as the misuse of the environment, how big companies are how the earth is slowly dieing. Try to make it fit in with the theme of your article.
Prose and formatting: 8 I can't find any errors but please try to make the wording in the entire article a little more like a rant. You know, like he's angry that the world is fucking him.
Images: 7 The images are relevant to each subject and that's good. They feel like they're right for the topic, like the earth near the "The World is Fucking You" section, or the cheese near the "Trickery" section. The only thing you might need to do is replace that image of a Chocobo with something a little more appropriate and funny for the section.
Miscellaneous: 8 Averaged via Pee Review Regulations.
Final Score: 40 This surprised me. This is good for a rewrite and has what it takes to become a featured article. All I ask is that you fix up some minor stuff, such as the personality of the guy, the wording of the article, and you have to replace one image. Mostly just follow the comments and your article should be feature-worthy in no time. Got comments, leave them at my talk page. I wish your article the best of luck and hope for the future.
Reviewer: User:The Improver/sig15:53, Apr 18 2008 (UTC)
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