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I thought I ought to get someone to critique my article. Apparently the only way would be to post it on your "Pee Review" queue. -- 20:52, 17 November 2008 (UTC)

Before going any further with this, I suggest you look at Uncyclopedia:What Uncyclopedia is not. You'll need to use <CTRL>-A to read the bits under the black highlights. Learn well from those.--Guybles CUN 10:53, 18 November 2008 (UTC)
Humour: 1 Really, not particularly funny. In fact, not atall funny. You seem to have gone for a couple of sketches describing the sexual abuse and murder of handicapped children, while claiming it's all the fault of the Iranians. While I suppose you deserve some kind of recognition for managing to transcend all boundaries of taste, I rather suspect that the only vaguely humo(u)rous thing in here is the fact that you have used camelCase on the URL.
Concept: 1 As above, you observed that a seemingly innocent domain name can look a bit sinister when looked at from a different angle. The same goes for PowergenItalia.com, PenIsland.com and MoleStationNursery. None of which are particularly worthy of a an article in their own right
Prose and formatting: 3 It's reasonably presented, I suppose. Not that it excuses being a rather too vivid description of stuff that would have most people burning their hard drive just to prevent the legal authorities coming to take them away in black helicopters.
Images: 0 No images...thank goodness.
Miscellaneous: 0 Is this what goes on inside your head? Worrying.
Final Score: 5 I'm certainly no prude (you only need to read Rude Britain to see that I know a thing or two about unpleasant language and alarmingly descriptive metaphor), but this is just plain offensive. If someone would like to challenge me on it, all well and good. However, if it doesn't get QVFD soon, I'll be surprised.
Reviewer: Guybles CUN 10:53, 18 November 2008 (UTC)

Thank you. Your review made me smile (and so did the article, while it lasted.) -- 01:41, 20 November 2008 (UTC)

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