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Requested article: Family Tree (refresh for another article)
Thank you for your edits to this. Usually they would be considered too random on this site as we are a parody of an encyclopedic and random humour needs to be very good. However as this is in the style of Python I think we can let that go.
However your edits to Why?:You should kill yourself were not acceptable as they added no humour value to the article and were written in a non-encyclopedic way (ie not a good parody). For more help with this please read: our guide on writing style. Thanks. Sir ScottPat (talk) VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 22:06, November 23, 2013 (UTC)
Thank you for creating a replacement article on Hope. This is a pretty basic concept and none of the previous seven tries have survived. Unfortunately, this one isn't ready either. It isn't long enough yet, the one photo isn't coded correctly (You can't just type the filename but need to do the bracket thing--look at the code for this talk page), the stuff about homosexuality and addictions is too serious, and both the names are misspelled. (Help with this last is available through our Proofreading Service). I've moved the article to the above address in your userspace, where you can take as long as you need to develop it further. 15:25 24-Nov-13