Self-nom and For An article based on parodying the source. Afterall what was the hidden meaning that furniture contained? Was there, amongst those soft, fluffy pillows the mind of a psychopath at work? SirScottPat (converse) VFHUnSNotMWotMWotY 15:06, April 7, 2014 (UTC)
For.Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 16:33, April 7, 2014 (UTC)
Very good page (although I would cut out the last paragraph, which is blah and takes away from the old wives adage of "leave them laughing" which the second to last paragraph does). Nice work. Aleister 12:01 21-4-14
Against. The weakest of three UnNewses that author wrote that day, its only comedy strategy is a contrived misreading of the word "mean." It doesn't read like news, for which its only defense is that the BBC source article didn't either. Spıke¬ 13:45 18-Apr-14
My play on words was actually to see the "hidden meaning behind furniture" - to quote the BBC headline - as being pyschopathic and therefore mean. I see no reason why a parody of a pyschological discovery reads less like a news article on political events on the BBC or on UnNews. SirScottPat (converse) VFHUnSNotMWotMWotY 18:00, April 18, 2014 (UTC)
Against. It's good, but not quite that good. ChiefjusticeXBox 19:18, April 23, 2014 (UTC)
The nomination was not successful. rm low health, 3%ChiefjusticeXBox This article did not pass VFH and was removed on 05:54, April 25, 2014 (UTC). This page is now archived; do not edit it, it will have no effect.