User talk:Un-Mouse555

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Please be careful when writing an article in the category that some of us call "towncruft." The vast majority of your readers are not just not from Reynalton but could not find Wales on a map. Statements such as that the town is the most boring place anywhere, that the average resident is 103 (this borders on the taboo of "nonsense numbers" too), the weather is horrible, and Internet access is bad, are trite criticisms because we have all applied them to our own towns. Happily, you never used the word "chav," as a great majority of the English town articles do, because chavcruft more than towncruft swiftly heads to a deletion vote. But you do use some other spicy words which, although we don't mind them, are never the most artful way to make a statement; and this article will need "artful" to make us care about a town we will otherwise not care about. Also: Please avoid specific insults to locals whom you hate and we don't know; that is "cyber-bullying" and can get you deleted without even a vote. Cheers. Spıke Ѧ 15:52 14-Nov-12

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