User talk:JamesM123

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edit Pre-Rendered Welcome!



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edit PETA Review

Thanks for your review of the PETA article! I think that will help me a lot. :) Miley Spears 16:37, 15 August 2009 (UTC)

edit Unfomercials:Progressive Insurance - Bike insurance

The bad spelling and grammar were intentional.

Thats the joke


Just thought I'd let you know. There's no I in RAPE (lol contribs) 18:11 Aug 19, 2009 18:11, 19 August 2009 (UTC)

edit Spike Milligna

Why did you try and rename Spike Milligan? Milligan is how you spell his surname... ~Sir Frosty (Talk to me!) Icons-flag-au 09:37, December 17, 2013 (UTC)

Its an old Goon Show gag, he was known as Spike Milligna, the well known typing error after a BBC worker mistyped his name on a Goon Show script. It caught on bigtime. The preceding unsigned comment was added by JamesM123 (talk • contribs)

Please do not persist with this. Uncyclopedia is for your original comedy writing, not to catalog jokes someone else told somewhere. The average reader will not look for "Spike Milligna" in this or any other encyclopedia, because the point is not to type a punch line to see if anyone told such a joke here. Especially, digressions at the very start of an article, whether they be pseudonyms, templates, or runs of bickering initial quotations, distract the reader at the point where we are trying to get him to jump into an article. Please be original. Spıke ¬ 11:19 17-Dec-13

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