User:Ouro/Wilde

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“I simply hate, detest, loathe, despise, and abhor The Oscar Wilde community project.”
~ Oscar Wilde on the Oscar Wilde community project

This is the homepage for The Oscar Wilde community project.

Project objectives

This project had been started so that Oscar Wilde fans throughout the world might easier communicate and recognise each other.

How do I become part of the community?

Simply take a look at the characteristics and descriptions of the membership identification tags below and add yourself to the appropriate category by adding the respective template to your user page.

You get this From this User prowess
ow-0 This user does not care about Oscar Wilde and should be banned.
{{user ow-0}} Doesn't have a clue who the man is.
ow-1 This user understands some of the quotes by Oscar Wilde.
{{user ow-1}} Can recognise the wit and wisdom behind the words of Oscar Wilde
ow-2 This user has all of Oscar Wilde's books under his/her bed and really wants to read them.
{{user ow-2}} Will get around to researching the collected works within the next weeks; can quote Oscar Wilde's words when given enough time.
ow-3 This user has already read all of Oscar Wilde's works. Twice. And has his picture over his bed.
{{user ow-3}} Regularly worships Oscar Wilde. Can make up a good quote if given a second to concentrate.
ow-4 This user had once seen Oscar Wilde in a crowd from a distance and knows all his works and quotes by heart.
{{user ow-4}} You can't get better than this. Washed, shaven and dressed properly, this user would pass as a clone.

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How to recognise a fellow?

Should curiosity as to one's knowledge of Oscar Wilde arise in you, simply follow the appropriate link to this user's page and scan it with any available optical acquisition organs, searching for the appropriate information box. Should such a box prove not to exist, feel free to ask said user of his knowledge of Oscar Wilde.

What if I have further questions as to the project?

Please place your question on the project talk page.

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