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After months of not writing or editing articles, I've finally returned! You did a vunderfull job blasting those sprites! --Shmood3000 (talk) 00:09, December 13, 2012 (UTC)
I recently posted an article entitled "You are God". It's just a little existential thing I came up with a few seconds after sharing a small dialogue with my father, who thinks I'm too lazy to get the remote. I'm gonna have to start cleaning up my First World Problems.
--Shmood3000 (talk) 15:45, September 2, 2012 (UTC)
Augh, paunchness! My computer got a virus last night, and now everything's screwed up!
--Shmood3000 (talk) 17:08, August 25, 2012 (UTC)
Well, today has been pretty shitty. I made two articles, but they were both deleted.
--Shmood3000 (talk) 03:32, August 25, 2012 (UTC)
Hello and good evening to you. I believe it is time we discussed an important issue in our society today. It lurks in our neighborhoods, feeding off of our minds and using our thoughts against us. I am of course talking about pixies. No, not lesbians. Actual pixies. Believe me, there are probably at least a dozen pixies watching you right now, conspiring against you. They were sent from the fabled Land of Chocolate to copy and paste our thoughts into a giant machine that is going to body forth an unspeakable horror on September 21, 2012. On that fateful day, this terrifying monster will enter the chocohouse of Stephen Malkmus and splatter ram's blood all over his chocolate, unless we take action. That's right, if we all pitch in and rid our houses of four-inch magical pixies, our most twisted thoughts won't be made into a hideous monstrosity. And if we don't succeed, we'll just go to the Land of Chocolate and kill the monster. Note: The only way to enter the Land of Chocolate is by golf cart.
This will be pretty noice, since Stephen Malkmus has said several times that he doesn't like ram's blood on his chocolate. And don't let the fact that he'll never share his chocolate not motivate you.
--Shmood3000 (talk) 20:18, August 24, 2012 (UTC)