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|Humour:||9||This is very clever piece of writing where your appreciation of it probably only takes hold after two or three readings.
It isn't written for quick or easy belly laughs but that is the article's strength. In fact so good is this article that the writer could have equally turned into a serious article about lurking.
|Concept:||8||The first person narrative approach may not be too everyone's liking. You could argue it is less about 'lurking' as such but more about a particular lurker experience. However the article does 'catch' your attention with the first paragraph and will want a reader to go on and see what happens. It also suggests perhaps this 'lurker' doesn't really exist at all and is in the mind of the author - who is herself - the actual lurker. In other words - she wants be to be 'lurked' .|
|Prose and formatting:||9||Can't fault the prose or formatting. I didn't spot any mistakes.|
|Images:||10||The image use were very interesting. The first one of the mystery person on the bed and the woman at the computer were could have been equally used for a serious article on the same subject. The picture of men hiding behind trees however showed a reader this was meant to be read as a funny story.|
|Miscellaneous:||9||An excellent article from an already proven contributor. It was explained to me by the writer that you had to understand that the 'victim' is also a lurker herself - and as I now think about it - the 'lurker' as such doesn't exist.|
|Reviewer:||--RomArtus*Imperator ® (Orate). 06:06, 5 June 2009 (UTC)|