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Hello and welcome! Sir, please step up your game. I read "most commonly used by sluts, assholes, and..." in the Intro of an article and I can tell I'm not going to be made to laugh but made to hear the rants of someone to whom things went wrong on Instagram. Name-calling "sluts, assholes" is not the kind of humor we are looking for, though we have no problem if you want to describe in words how a given person or type of person established himself as a slut and/or an asshole. Please write something that will be funny for the reader and not just settle scores for you.20:02 21-Jun-13
Hello! I noticed that you have edited this article about a month ago. Sorry, but I reverted the edit because it seems to me that you do not make a funny joke. The fact that MySpace lost its popularity due to Facebook is true. So it is hardly funny. If you have another opinion, you are welcome to express it. Anton (talk) 08:53, July 15, 2013 (UTC)