Uncyclopedia:Pee Review/Science of Boredom

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Supernova1992 05:53, 10 July 2009 (UTC)

Science of Boredom
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Humour: 0.5 Sorry to put it so harshly but your article consists of short lists of repeated links that don't really relate in any way and lead from cells to cells to male cells, to female cells and then zombies and a great big bang the end. Not really funny at all but you do get a 0.5 score for at least trying (sorta)
Concept: 1 You have a concept, but thats about all, no content to explain your concept in a creative way whatsoever makes your article empty and a possible VFD (Deletion) candidate.
Prose and formatting: 0.5 You have headlines, listed links and 2 pictures, but in no way does this match up to Wiki standards. You need content and perhaps you should take a look at featured articles in order to get an idea of how wiki articles are written. Take a look at THESE articles.
Images: 2 Here i will at least give you a 2 for your images, the fun cell is about the only thing that relates to the article in any way and is about the only indication as to what your concept is about, but overall i wont say theyre much to laugh at and the great big explosion is simply a great big explosion. Of course i wouldn't want to emphasise the importance of your images at this point as you need a FULL article before you can comment on images.
Miscellaneous: 0.7 My overall grade for this article.
Final Score: 4.7 If you are really eager to make an impressive article i would suggest first looking at other articles to get ideas and use some practice and patience to make your articles worthwhile. Also ask for guidance and learn to use the wiki effectively, just don't take any of it too personally, as long as you have an imagination and the tools you can improve in any area.
Reviewer: Sir ACROLO KUNFPWAOTMFA •(SPAM) 10:52, 10 July 2009 (UTC)
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