User talk:Änjelajs

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edit Welcome!

Hello, Änjelajs, and welcome to Uncyclopedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. If not, the door's right over there... no, a little more to your left... yeah. Anyway, here are a few good links for people like you:

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edit Happy Monkey!

Hi, and it's fun that you signed up for the Happy Monkey contest. It's one of the best things around here. You have to email a topic to the guy organizing it (details on the forum page) and then you will receive a topic here on your talk page just before it starts. Yay, and good to meet you. Aleister 14:26 10-2-'12

Im glad you are participating in the happy monkey competition. dont forget to send a topic to happymonkeycompetition@gmail.com

Ill paste the topic given to you on your talk page here, tomorrow when the tournament starts! --ShabiDOO 19:16, February 10, 2012 (UTC)

edit Your happy monkey topic

Happymonkey2012

Your topic my dear Anlelajs is:  Devil May Cry (video game series) .

  1. Write the article on your namespace
  2. I'll be judging the articles based on creativity, originality and cleverness.
  3. Good luck, you have until tomorrow night (23.59 UTC, 6:59PM ET) to finish.

(happy monkey just smelt something really gross coming from your direction!)

--ShabiDOO 11:52, February 11, 2012 (UTC)

edit Alohä

I think that's how to say hello in Swedish. Just thought I'd drop you a quick line about the review I did on Gay Hitler. Someone pointed out to me that I came across as a bit of a bastard, and in re-reading it that's a fair call. The truth is that there are some elements in there that show you have a natural inclination for comedic writing, which is actually a fantastic thing to see. I'd suggest you don't get disheartened by one bad review. A bad review is not a reflection on you. And in this case you may have been caught in the terrible trap that is the changing standards of Uncyclopedia.

Going back 5 years ago, that article would have been considered fantastic. On some other comedy wikis it probably still would be. Uncyclopedia has change over time though - hopefully for the better - so that articles have to be brilliant to be considered good. Some of the articles that I absolutely adore have been deleted or worse as a result of this.

But your advantage is that you can write in a comedic manner. Your work on User:Änjelajs/Devil May Cry (video game series) proves it. If ever you want a hand in taking your work up a notch, feel free to ask any regular writers around here. And if they pick on you, let me know, and I'll beat them up. Pup 09:12 15 Feb '12

From "I, Änjelajs (Angel Eyes for you Anglo-Saxons). As admin on a foreign Uncyclopedia I have no hesitations to pull the trigger..." something tells me this dude knows what's what. NotM is probably not valid considering, but I'm not going to tell Tasmania :-) MrN Icons-flag-gb HalIcon.png WhoreMrn.png Fork you! 14:08, Mar 29
We've had NotM precedent on this before. And my thinking is that it's to encourage new users to Uncyc. He/she/it is still a new Uncyc user. And hello again!                               Puppy's talk page09:29 29 Mar

edit Greetings

I hope you won't take anything personally about your article getting dismantled on VFD. Video games are notoriously hard to write funny articles about. If you would like, you can request that it be moved to your user space, and if you decide that you want advice on how to improve it, you can also get it pee-reviewed. But keep your chin up. My first article got absolutely excoriated on VFD (7 votes for deletion, with unanimous agreement that it was awful crap). Heck, I try to improve articles on VFD all the time, and it gets them deleted quicker. ~ BB ~ (T) Icons-flag-usSun, Jul 15 '12 16:26 (UTC)

Yeah, bands and video games are two really hard subjects to write about. I hope I didn't hurt your feelings; I just don't think it's very funny. Saberwolf116 (talk) 01:43, July 16, 2012 (UTC)
No, it's OK. It's just that when I got this to write about I didn't knew anything about this game, I still don't, haven't even played it. It was my first article, written in just one day and roughly sporked from wikipedia. I mainspaced to see if it could be done better, I don't know what more work to do with it either. If it's worth deleting I won't mind (altough I've seen much worse (at least in my taste) around here). Änjelajs (talk) 12:54, July 16, 2012 (UTC)
Well, if you see 'em, VFD 'em. There's a lot of bad crud that deserves to go away and be hidden forever, especially the "gamecruft". ~ BB ~ (T) Icons-flag-usMon, Jul 16 '12 12:56 (UTC)
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