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Very promising start to your Uncyclopedian career, fellow Northerner. Your first article is very nice thus far - keep it up! :) --El Sid, the lazy one • parlez-vous franglais? 19:44, 11 August 2009 (UTC)
edit Yes you were
Get back in the cage damnit! On a slightly less serious note, I have done exactly what you asked (I think) and also very much approve of this new article as well. Get some more pics and a little more content then send it for Pee Review and bob's your uncle (perhaps you should do an article on that next ;)) --El Sid, the lazy one • parlez-vous franglais? 17:11, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
Would you be interested in Alice in Sunderland? It's a cautionary tale about the sinful ways of the Northern working classes, I started ages ago but haven't recommenced yet. Collab? I reckon you'd excel at it, if you can get some kind of late-Victorian moralising tone right... --El Sid, the lazy one • parlez-vous franglais? 17:16, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
- Haha awesome, don't worry about time or anything, I take ages to do just about anything. What I have done so far is here btw. --El Sid, the lazy one • parlez-vous franglais? 17:31, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
Just noticed you added some excellent stuff to the AiS article. Nice work, I really think we can make this into a featured article some day. I'm lacking inspiration to do the whole slog at the moment, but feel free to add what you want when you want and I'll comb through and add my own stuff at times. Some very nice touches in that background section (particularly the "rabbit hole" bit haha). Very nice. --El Sid, the lazy one • parlez-vous franglais? 15:15, September 2, 2009 (UTC)
- Yep, well there are a lot of things we can include really, we just need to make sure we approach it in the right way. We could even include the original Alice in Wonderland (or the gist of it) as a section in which Alice has her drinks spiked at a seedy Wearside tavern or something and suffers some bizarre hallucinations... --El Sid, the lazy one • parlez-vous franglais? 16:01, September 2, 2009 (UTC)
edit Funkiest Samurai
- Ta. It's just a little something to keep my writing muscles working. They can get awful flabby you know. Black Flamingo 11:01, November 5, 2009 (UTC)
edit Keanu Reeves
Whoa dude... I don't know how to use apostrophes. Thnx for your help! --Matfen 11:50, November 11, 2009 (UTC)
- It's fine, I was thinking of peeing your article today, but then again I can't think of anything you could really do to improve it, so I wasn't sure if there was a point. Black Flamingo 12:00, November 11, 2009 (UTC)
Thnx for your review. I am very glad you liked it. I'm not looking to get it featured quite yet, as I've already got Alec Baldwin on VFH, and to be honest, some of the voters scare me with their way of deciding what should be featured. Maybe after that article has been failed for highlight, we could try with Reeves. For now, I need to get to work on the changes.
- Both those pictures you disliked were one of the few left over from the old (awful) version of the article. I wasn't too fond of the basketball one either, I just thought some work had gone into it is all. I think I can turn around the heavy metal one with a different caption though.
- I allegedly agree with allegedly removing the allegedly intrusive word "Alleged", as it allegedly ruins the flow of an article's grammar and alleged comedic timing... allegedly.
- I also agree with removing Matrixism. That also was an idea left over from the old version of the article, and I was supposed to just be rewriting it as part of Conservation Week, so I felt a bit guilty completely removing it. Either way it's a bit laughless, was difficult to put into good english, and so I shall remove it, and I have other uses for the picture in it. However, I'm gonna get a second opinion from someone on removing the Restraining order section, because I thought I was a bonafide genius when I came up with that one. Then again, I have a habit of being extremely egotistical over my articles, so I shall check with someone else and if they don't like it either, I shall it delete it heartily.
I am ashamed to admit that i actually do have an encyclopedic knowledge of Keanu Reeves, (although not as large as I do for Christian Bale). Anyways, I still used Wiki for ideas and doublechecking, but mostly my knowledge is a side-effect of my mum finding him hot... Weird, I know. The Matrix was never the same again.
thnx again--Matfen 20:30, November 11, 2009 (UTC)
edit Robert De Niro
Love what I'm seeing so far on your userspace with Robert De Niro. --Matfen 12:49, November 16, 2009 (UTC)
- Thanks, I owe a lot to your article on Keanu Reeves I think. Black Flamingo 12:51, November 16, 2009 (UTC)
edit Final Fantasy Football PR
My review might have been harsh but at the end of the day it's just a thorough opinion. There's no 50/50 article scientifically analyzed to prove the standard of solid gold comedy for the benefit of the pee reviewer and fairly often in VFH or VFD I vote against majority opinion. Some reviewers are Roget Eberts, Some are Harry Knowlesses. I'm guessing I'm one of the more stringent ones. --Count of Monkey Crisco 20:33, November 23, 2009 (UTC)
edit A Fast and Furious Thanks
edit Yo BF
I have noticed and I'm rather impressed. Indeed I am too lazy and deficient in the creative department at the moment, but I'll think it over and add something when I can think of something to add. Seriously though, what you're doing is awesome and I hope we can continue with the VFH-worthy treatment. --El Sid, the lazy one • parlez-vous franglais? 18:08, December 14, 2009 (UTC)
|Thanks to your vote Julius Malema is one step closer to becoming President of South Africa. Nice going. What a wonderful thing democracy is. Now surrender your property to the government and move along. Nothing to see here. Except the featured article on 14 Dec 2009|
--BlueSpiritGuy 10:34, December 15, 2009 (UTC)
You have been awarded the secret purple nurples for outstanding acts of uselessness!
edit Red Flamingos
Thanks for participating in this noblest of adventures ;)---21:31, December 31, 2009 (UTC)
edit A bouncy thanks!
17:57, January 3, 2010 (UTC)
edit I know it's late, don't bitch at me. Bitch.
|I WILL FUCKING EAT YOUR FAMILY!!!|
edit Gangs of New York
Thanks for the suggestions, most of which I've acted on already. I think I've probably done all I'm likely to. --Sog1970 20:54, January 5, 2010 (UTC)
And thanks for the nom also. It really does look and read better for the review you did. --Sog1970 22:44, January 11, 2010 (UTC)
edit Best used in the Bedroom
You have been awarded the secret purple nurples for outstanding acts of uselessness!
edit Thanks for review ;)
Well, thanks for the review but I think I should make some clarification. RomArtus has already changed this article a bit and I actually thought its grammar is correct as well as spelling. Those parts about Combustible bishops and interesting observation have been added by some other guy too. The independent work of two guys at the same article can result only in the weird joint of two styles and two ideas (that song in the end was not mine too).
Oh, and I don't live in England but Poland. And actually I've never been in a country where people speak any kind of the English language. I've heard from some peole here that my English is awful and I believe I speak like a retard or in the best case like a child :P.
It's a bit weird name. First of all it's Polish language but I guess you knew it.
Ptok means bird but in Podhale dialect which is being spoken by mountaneers in Southern Poland. Normal version of this word is ptak. Ptok is spelled with short o.
Bentoniczny means benthic (benthic fish for example) - check [) if you don't know the term.
So in the end my name means "The Bird that lives in the depths of seas" or "The Benthic Bird" (but with dialected "bird").
I created it by mixing ptok po góralsku (bird in Podhale dialect) i ryba bentoniczna (benthic fish) ( what gave ptok bentoniczny and ryba po góralsku (benthic bird and fish seasoned in mountaneers fashion). I imagine an alegory of my name as a bird that got both its eyes on a one side of head in a fashion similar to this of benthic fish
Well, that's the story. But I guess it looks awful for English native speakers with this digraph "cz" and this consonant cluster "czn" :P Don't worry. Polish is fucked up. Cheers ;) Sir Ptok-BentonicznyPisz tutaj • KUN 23:18, January 8, 2010 (UTC)
edit Advanced Study Program
Thanks fer voting For. HowTo:Make a B-Movie Monster! -- 11:58, January 11, 2010 (UTC)
Maybe Bormann has a copy of the Qur'an!-- 15:50, January 12, 2010 (UTC)
edit Thanks for review
Thank you <subject name here> for reviewing my UnBook.
I feel the need to clear up some of the questions you posed during the review, and maybe perhaps
beg ask for help. So here goes.
Firstly, it's an UnBook because I wanted to do an Unbook. It's called Doctor Loo because, yes, Loo rhymes with Who. That's it. Nothing deep or meaningful about it. I wrote it because I wrote it. Sorry if you were expecting something more philosophical/interesting.
Secondly, why is the Doctor scottish. Because David Tenant is scottish. It was the only thing I could think of parodying, although I'm sure I can come up with other things eventually. I apologise for only focusing on the latest Doctors Tenant and Smith, but I have yet to get round to watching the episodes of yesteryear. Besides, going on the demographics of Uncyclopedia, most young'uns aren't going to know who Troughton or Baker are, let alone care.
Your suggestion for more pics will be difficult. I left no pictures for a reason. Despite a search through Uncyc I could not find any fitting to add. I'm lewd to request multiple pictures of toilets at the reefer desk, so unless I actually make them myself (and trust me I do not want to resort to this) I am at a loss for what to do about it.
I admit that the majority of the book is random and ugly to read and just generally all out OH MY GOD IT BURNS, but hey things like this happen when you start out with something. At least your review was decent enough to provide good suggestions without cutting satire and criticism. The improvements are gonna take me a while, particularly with life kicking me in the kidneys lately. So if you feel you can spare any time to helping out, that would be great. --Garionepsilon 18:57, January 13, 2010 (UTC)