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Alright, I know this has pretty much no pictures, and the one that it does still contains some names that no longer belong. Feel free to put a 0 in that box, along with the text "Mr. Monkey, add some pictures before I fucking kill you."

Other than that, though, help me fix this up from a VFD survivor to a decent article. Mr. Monkey Sockmonkey Pant-hoot here. 01:55, 19 November 2008 (UTC)

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Humour: 7 Not hilarious, but then the straight approach is hard to do. I should know, I've tried it. Try to add more humour, but within the context of the article. Experiecne tells me that the introdution of an article is the best place to put the gags. After that you can use the rest of the article merely to expand on your idea.
Concept: 9 Fantastic. Genuine social and cultural satire. It's nice to see an article that isn't dumb. I felt that this was very much in the spirit of the Harry Enfield spoof Edwardian education films. You could try checking these out for inspiration.
Prose and formatting: 7 Well done. Maybe in need of some tidying up, but otherwise fine.
Images: 8 Film poster was funny. Maybe some more images through out the article though.
Miscellaneous: 8 This is the kind of article that I would personally like to see more of. Keep up the good work.
Final Score: 39 Over all a good article. However time spent over humour and presentaion could turn this from a good article into a straight article. Check out the "Straight" style guide on HTBFANJS. This style is difficult to do but ultimately of a higher class and the most rewarding. Anyone can write an offensive article about a celebrity, but a true "anti-Wikipedia" article requires work.
Reviewer: Old Man Doom 20:15, 19 November 2008 (UTC)Harsh noise
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