User talk:Dwight K Shrute

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edit Anything Written on the pages of Uncyclopedia is clearly non-factual

I'd like to REMIND everyone who views this site and is perhaps unhappy with the content - you know it's not real, don't quote this as fact and certainly don't get your knickers in several twists because you don't like it. You can contact an administrator if you have a problem with a page. I've read threats of police authorities being involved bounded about the site, I'll save you the trouble - they'll laugh you out of the station. There is such a thing as freedom of speech, it's not a crime so look that one up. Short of this remember what your mother taught you "Sticks and stones may break my bones... but NAMES will never hurt me" and repeat. This is offensive if you take it seriously - nobody should. I hope you find what you are looking for in life. Now piss off to a site that will cater to your needs: http://www.mum.org/

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edit Welcome!

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And on a less automatically written note - talk pages are generally a way for other uncyc community members to contact you, rather than a place to store incomplete articles. I'd suggest User:Dwight_K_Shrute/jjj might be a little better.                               Puppy's talk page00:40, June 5, 2009 06:41, 2/03/2010

edit Dundalk

Around 3500 BC, the Neolithic people came to Ireland. One of the lasting features they left behind is the old Shopping Center at the Hill Street Bridge, on the southern side of Dundalk. That's where Tescos does be.


edit Education

Education(pronounced: Edge-you-make-cay-shun) is a touchy subject.

edit Sport

“C'mon da town!”
~ Dundalk Local on Sport


edit People

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