User talk:Mister Otter
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Hello Mister Otter, and welcome to Uncyclopedia!
So what's this message all about? Well, I know it looks like this was automatically generated, and well, OK... you caught me. I'm a lazy so and so, so I paste it in. But if you have been sent this it does mean that I have noticed your contributions, and think that you're going to do some good stuff here. So who am I? Oh, just some random person putting his nose in where it possibly might not be wanted...
Anyway, if you have not already, I SERIOUSLY recommend that you read the link below:
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- How to be funny and not just stupid - It's not an insult, and it's well worth a look.
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