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I hope you enjoy it here!--LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 23:26, July 28, 2013 (UTC)


Hello and welcome! For now, I'm placing your new article in your own userspace, where you can edit it under the name shown above. In this location, it is not necessary to tag it, and you can take as long as you need to prepare it for the encyclopedia. Without work, however, this article is unlikely to be notable to the general reader in the English-speaking world, and it will take really good writing (not a personal conversation between you and the reader!) to overcome this problem. In particular, the article should be entertaining even for people who are not students at CIPET and in fact have never heard of the place. Happy editing! Spıke Ѧ 16:30 29-Jul-13

Ironman24 - thank you,i have been a reader of uncyclopedia since years but am new to editing and writing article and formatting things. Yes,i want it to be enjoyable to everyone,whether or not they belong to the institution. But i need help!! perhaps a lot,a lot,and yes,a lot!!

(Please see above on how to post to talk pages.) Help is always available, but at the end of the day, we are still left with an article about an institution that no one but you knows about! May I suggest that you look at Uncyclopedia:Requested Articles and pick something you know about as a subject? Or look at the template at the bottom of Kerala and note that most Indian states have no article. Spıke Ѧ 10:10 30-Jul-13

Ironman24 -thanks again for replying,and one honest question,am i posting comments the wrong way?? and my next question is,will the article get deleted?? well,i read the wikipedia article on the institution,and it said that about 10k students study here,so please give some time,there is actually a lot to do,there are no images even!!

(Please see above on how to post to talk pages. Especially the part about signing and timestamping them.) No one will delete an article in your userspace unless it does something really bad, such as insult private persons or contain pornography. VJTI is a similar article that I repaired, but it is still not very notable. There are a lot of people in Monrovia, Liberia, too; but not a lot of Uncyclopedians. Again, you need to use good and funny writing to overcome the notability problem. Spıke Ѧ 11:17 30-Jul-13

I think I got it!! and I would be glad if you repair my article and give suggestions!! Thanks Ironman24 (talk) 11:46, July 30, 2013 (UTC)

I would not "repair" an article in userspace that, again, I claim is not notable. But I'll give a detailed review.

  • There are things that might seem funny to you that don't seem funny to us because we have seen them too often. We try to describe these in the comedy guide, How To Be Funny And Not Just Stupid. Please read the whole thing.
  • One thing that is falling out of favor here like a stone is initial quotations. Quotes have only two functions: (1) to make our pages look like encyclopedia articles, and (2) to whet the reader's appetite to read further. The list of six quotations that you just added is way too much! especially as none of them is based on anything that anyone actually said, or terribly relevant to CIPET. (Well, one is: The last one, reflecting the struggle between manufacturing and plastics. However, as this is an epilog presented long before you set up the joke, it just baffles the reader and discourages him from beginning to read the article.) Another thing that is falling out of favor is Oscar Wilde and Russian Reversal. In selecting memes you have seen elsewhere in Uncyclopedia, I think you are pursuing imitation, not comedy.
  • Another thing that is falling out of favor here is lists. The comedy guide notes that they often tell the same joke over and over again--as you do in the list in Alumni--and encourage unskilled editors to add dumb items to it forever, as this list will do as well. Make your funny points in paragraphs of prose instead.
  • Indecision keeps the page from looking encyclopedic too, whether you do it with strikethrough or dithering (dickheads...I mean students). A satire encyclopedia is a peculiar form of comedy that is not as free-form as standing up in front of a crowd and performing. For example, you usually should not wisecrack with the reader on what he might have guessed by now.
  • Who taught you not to type a space after commas and periods? Around here, we do.
  • If you type a link and it comes up red, it means you are referencing a page that doesn't exist. This is an error, such as in your See Also section (which also should not have a capital A). You can make any text, which is not the name of a page, refer to a page that does exist, by coding with a pipe: [[Mr. Natural|Diddy-wah-diddy]].

I hope this helps! Spıke Ѧ 16:13 30-Jul-13


PS--Thanks for taking the above into account. Now: No one but you knows what a "Kabaadiwallaha" is or why it's funny. You must not make this a recurring theme of the page without first introducing it, in a way that will be funny to any reader. Thanks! Spıke Ѧ 13:14 31-Jul-13

Thanks for your suggestions!! I did some changes!! Ok, as I put this article into the " India " category, so I am sure every Indian who reads it, will understand it. For others, do you suggest I should define it somewhere? Ironman24 (talk) 13:18, July 31, 2013 (UTC)

Absolutely! On writing something totally cryptic, it is a weak defense that you have extended invitations to hypothetical readers to whom it might not be cryptic!

Separately, another recurring theme of the page is the tension between Plastics and Manufacturing. I thought this should be introduced rather than merely mentioned repeatedly, and invented an explanation of how it came to be. Spıke Ѧ 14:12 31-Jul-13

Is this page ready to be published? I think it has enough material to be shown in open now Ironman24 (talk) 05:11, March 27, 2014 (UTC)

This is now done. But the quotations must go, as none of them are actually said by anyone specific. They offer distracting commentary in someone else's name before the reader has even decided to read the page. For more, see UNQUOTE. Spıke Ѧ 10:42 27-Mar-14

Thank you, I'll try to take care of things you pointed out Ironman24 (talk) 12:30, March 28, 2014 (UTC)

Please change the title of the article from CIPET to Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology, with search query CIPET also returning the page as result, as it is causing slight trouble while retrieving the link to corresponding Wikipedia article. Thank you Ironman24 (talk) 03:14, March 31, 2014 (UTC)

You are able to do such things yourself, by using the Move button at the top of the article. Please type carefully so that there are no messes we have to unsort!

There is no problem renaming the page, and the old page will continue to work. But if this is not what you really want to do, look at replacing {{Wikipedia}} with {{Wikipediapar}}, which lets you specify both which Wikipedia page you want to link to, and how it should look in your article.

Please do not indent by starting a post with spaces; this produces a very different effect. Spıke Ѧ 12:35 31-Mar-14

Thank you for your help and suggestions. Ironman24 (talk) 05:43, April 3, 2014 (UTC)

CIPET reviewed

Hello! I would like to tell that I proofread your article and wrote a review of it. If you have any questions or comments, you can always talk to me at User_talk:Anton199. Cheers! Anton (talk) 08:09, June 23, 2014 (UTC)

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