While I highly doubt this will be featured, it's still a nice page and I hope you (the reviewer) enjoy it. Please read the spinoffs as well, as this is part of a series (you probably should understand the joke) Æ 00:28, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
I would like to call it a funny article, but it's too short! Notice that someone put the "stub" template at the bottom of the page for a reason. It has humour potentional for sure, but the humour it contains now is weak.
As far as a HowTo article is concerned, it's a great concept! It just needs to be expanded. Oh, and lose the "spinoff" pages or I'll Huff (delete) them myself. Just stick with the Dead Horse. The other pages aren't funny and are just, uh, beating a dead horse. Not to mention they're even shorter than this page!
Prose and formatting:
I'm unsure as to how to grade your prose and formatting when there isn't much substance to review. But you seem to understand wiki formatting pretty well.
That image is spot on hilarious! I hope that if you expand your article you can have more of these funny pictures included.
The concept has that "drawing power". It's a nice title. It's like your favorite hot meal behind a locked plate glass window. It looks fantastic and it stimulates your senses, but it leaves you with an empty stomach when you click on it.
If you'd like me to help you expand it, just write something on my talk page. I'd be more than happy to help. Check out some of my HowTo's for ideas on how to expand this interesting article.
P.S. - I now understand the reason your page is so short. The reasoning behind your shortened article still isn't very amusing and is rather hard to pick up on. Instead of making the "stubbed" article not beat a dead horse, make it funny and worth the read! That's all. UserTalk