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On your emerging article on Cambridge, I recall that a user recently was working on a system of categories including South East England. (Or maybe South West.) Locating and using such categories as are available in your article, when ready, will help readers find it. {{User:SPIKE/signature}}<small>01:53 19-Feb-13</small>
 
On your emerging article on Cambridge, I recall that a user recently was working on a system of categories including South East England. (Or maybe South West.) Locating and using such categories as are available in your article, when ready, will help readers find it. {{User:SPIKE/signature}}<small>01:53 19-Feb-13</small>
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Excellent, there was an article on Cambridge a while back that was both unfunny and has now disappeared so I thought I'd write something.

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Welcome

Terumvra
Terumvra greets you and bids you welcome to Uncyclopedia.

Greetings and well met, Apple the Great, and welcome to Uncyclopedia. Thank you for creating an account and giving me this wonderful opportunity to send my minions through your refrigerator in search of quality mustard. Meantime, feel free to poke around, much to see, much to do. I do hope you like what you see and choose to stick around. If not, the door's right over there, and we also have several strategically-placed windows, if that is what you prefer.


Now that you are here, these tend to be of use for folks like you:


Please remember to sign your name on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~) or use the "sign" button (Button sig) above the edit box. This will automatically produce your name and the date... unless Wikia broke something again. But usually they're pretty good about not harming the base functions. Usually.

At Uncyclopedia, writing articles is not a requirement, but it certainly is a fun and easy way to express your creativity. To write an article, it's recommended that you start it in your userspace (for example, User:Apple the Great/Article about stuff) so you may edit it at your leisure. If you decide to create it in the cold world of mainspace, make sure it is in accordance with the policies laid out above, and if you're not done slap a construction template - {{construction}} - onto it as well.

There are plenty of other things to do, of course. Often articles will require proofreading, among other fix ups, and we could always use more reviewers, and for the more artistic of folks, there's the option of creating images to aid articles that need more images and making them prettier, for instance.


If you need help or have questions, feel free to ask me on my talk page, ask at the Dump, ask on IRC, or ask an administrator on their talk page. Additionally, the Uncyclopedian Adopt-a-Noob program is here to bring experienced editors straight to you.

Again, welcome!  1234 ~ 16px-Pointy 20:28, 19 May 2011

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Feedback you want? This article brings a level of scholarship totally appropriate to this website. Good work, cheers! Spıke ¬ 01:45 19-Feb-13

PS--If you had used the Move button, you could have preserved the history and draft copies on the way to the present state. On the other hand, if you want the draft in your userspace deleted, just list it on UN:QVFD and we'll get around to it. Spıke ¬ 01:53 19-Feb-13

On your emerging article on Cambridge, I recall that a user recently was working on a system of categories including South East England. (Or maybe South West.) Locating and using such categories as are available in your article, when ready, will help readers find it. Spıke ¬ 01:53 19-Feb-13

Excellent, there was an article on Cambridge a while back that was both unfunny and has now disappeared so I thought I'd write something.

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