Uncyclopedia:Pee Review/Lord Sutch (resub)

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edit Lord Sutch

The previous reviewer didn't know who Lord Sutch was so didn't really get it. I would appreciate it if you gave a review with some background knowledge. I've provided a wiki link on the page. ScottPat (talk) 13:26, April 5, 2013 (UTC)

Humour: 9 Very funny and there are not many points of possible improvement.
  • I think that, as the OMRLP is sometimes funny by itself, so you can write a little bet more truthful article. There are three sections in your article that look almost completely made up (2, 4, 5)
  • Choice of "Policies" is awesome: very good humour and shows well the 'state of mind' of the party members.
  • The satirical tone when talking about other British parties can be developped more, as what you have done already is brilliant.
Concept: 10 Excellent. But Uncyclopedia has an article about MRLP to which you have made a 'see also'. These two articles sometimes contradict each other, especially in history.
Prose and formatting: 9 Looks like a serious article except for some minor details.
  • The Legacy is not very encyclopedic.
  • Domestic policies: pronoun "we" used destroys the impression of a real article.
Images: 9 All images are perfect. The only problem is that comments can be made even funnier sometimes.
  • "Ban Monday campaign" just shows what the image is about and so the comment is not funny
  • The first image is good but is the same as the first image on the Uncyclopedia MRLP page.
Miscellaneous: 9.3 Average note.
Final Score: 46.3 Your most important problem is the quarrel between your article and Monster Raving Loony Party one. Except for this, everything else is only peccadilloes. I think that the article should be featured.
Reviewer: Anton (talk) Uncyclopedia United 11:55, April 28, 2013 (UTC)
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