After a bit of a bender at a friends house, the only ones left awake were three cats and myself. Two were black and white and one was black, and in my sleep deprived state I became convinced of a subtly displayed yet intense rivalry forming between them, particularly over which chairs they wanted to sit on. I then took it a stage further and imagined that the two black and white ones were envious of the black one's best seat in the house (which he'd maintained all night), and unable to move him were reduced to antagonising him based upon the colour of his fur. The article developed quite massively as I began writing, this is my first one.
Long. But I didn't even smile once. Don't know what to recommend... I mean, it's quite competently written, just not (IMHO) funny. -- Rei (talk) 18:49, October 3, 2012 (UTC)
Actually, cats are "scentist", they discriminate based on scent and territory. I have some questions about using the racially charged word Wog in the article (its like using the word Nigger), it almost takes it too far, but aside from that, ascribing human characteristics to cats works in a very funny way here, since this is unexpected and takes a fictional concept and treats it as actual. This article, however, might not be funny to someone not familiar with the actual habits of cats. Could use more jokes that the average reader can understand.
This is an original concept, haven't seen anything like it before.
Prose and formatting:
Some redlinks in the text, otherwise, no obvious grammar and spelling errors. Definitely written in an encyclopedic fashion.