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Green 'Un 21:34, 7 July 2008 (UTC)
Though Hyperbole reserved this Pee Review, he/she/it/Abominable Snowman has not yet completed it.
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I got this one.18:55, 12 July 2008 (UTC)
|Humour:||2.6||Heya GreenOne! Okay, I'm going to take this section by section:
|Concept:||1||Maybe this article has a brilliant concept, and I just couldn't find it. But the fact that I have absolutely no ghost of an idea what the hell I've just read compels me to put a "1" in this box. I don't know what MOCD is. I don't know who or what Michael is. I don't know if there was a misspelling incident; I don't know what The Who have to do with MOCD, Michael, or misspelling. No idea. This is literally the most confusing article I've ever seen on Uncyclopedia, because it gives me the impression that it is trying to satirize something. It's not just saying "Pie is the time I ate my arm with a tube of mascara" - it seems to be implying that I should be getting the joke. And while I'm not a massive The Who fanboy, I know a little about them. Man, I should be getting the joke. I expect to be getting the joke.|
|Prose and formatting:||7||Well, nothing wrong with any of this. There's arguably a too-short section followed by a too-long section, and there are some sentences that may not be worded in the clearest way possible. Honestly, I don't see any point in even tackling these issues. I mean, if this was the prettiest, crispest prose and formatting ever, I still wouldn't have the faintest clue what the article was on about.|
|Images:||6||I don't understand the hippie van, really, unless the joke is that Oxford was full of hippies in the early '70s. Which, maybe it was. I don't know. The other two pictures are of The Who, suggesting that this is perhaps entirely an article about The Who. Maybe? The "this is a photograph" caption is amusing. The Oprah caption, really, is not. Is there a time when an Oprah appearance replaced The Who? Or is that replacement satirizing another infamous replacement? Man, I can't say this enough: I have no fucking idea what's going on right now.|
|Miscellaneous:||1||I have no fucking idea what's going on right now.|
|Final Score:||17.6||I don't want this to sound too harsh, but I think you've got to bear in mind that you have an audience, and you have to consider who they are. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe the guys at PEEING will say, "Dude, you missed the massive Obsessive-Compulsive-Misspellings-of-Michael-by-The-Who controversy of 1976? It took up like six news cycles!!" But I doubt it. I would be surprised if anyone who reads this is going to get it. And if that's the case, why put it on a public website?|
|Reviewer:||19:20, 12 July 2008 (UTC)|