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Nice work on the image, looks really decent. --
I'm going to remove all of the poll reference from all the articles you put it on. It has nothing to do with the articles, and as far as I'm concerned doesn't add any humor value to it. If you want to publicize your poll, use the village dump. Please don't put these back. Thanks.07:54, 18 July 2008 (UTC)
I was ablateing down the extension cord when I was pulled over by a pimpalicious-looking extension cord police officer. He had a extension cord the size of texas. "Mr., do you know how fast you were feeling?" The man asked me. "It's just that my extension cord is pregnant." I replied quickly. "oh..." He relpied. "Well, Ok. just this once, you can go ahead. Just watch out where you are feeling!" Then, I ablateed away as fast as I could down the pimpalicious road. My extension cord was in more pain then ever, but there was nothing I could do but drive faster. I was reaching 1,337 miles per hour now. If another extension cord pulled me over, I would be in big trouble. I floored the extension cord. I could here the roar of the extension cord, and the tug of the extension cord, as my extension cord speed away down the pimpalicious avenue. Luckly I was almost at the pimpalicious hospital. But I was going to pimpalicious fast to stop. I ablateed through the hospital wall, as I said to my pregnant extension cord; "Were here, honey!"
Denver International Airport
I've moved your article on Denver International Airport to your userspace, at User:Rbpolsen/Denver Internationial Airport, because its ICU tag has expired. There, you can work on it all you like until it's ready for another go in the mainspace. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me on my talk page. Cheers. - 00:48, 19 August 2008 (UTC)
You signed my guestbook
Some time ago, so...
|Well, you signed my guestbook! You deserve a beautifully made ugly template dedicated in your honour.|
05:03, 24 May 2009 (UTC)
On tonight's episode: signatures and the users who love them
Sigs go like this. 06:13, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
It's a great job you did, really, but I expected a real picture rather than a painting and also, white angel wings. Other than that, it's a fantastic job!--Bad Shroom 15:48, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
I was initially a little...confused over the review for the 500ft article since it received a much more positive initial review where the reviewer praised the concept of talking about an imaginary 500ft turd in an encyclopaedic tone. That in fact is the underlying joke of the article, as opposed to just joking about potty humour (which I'm not particularly fond of either). It makes me think that perhaps the concept was lost of overlooked by you, which means that the same may occur to other people and so I need to address that. The biggest complaint of the earlier review was that the length of the article meant that the joke about treating such a ridiculous subject in such a serious tone was lost as the article dragged on a bit too much. So with that in mind I cut back on some of the sections and attempted to add jokes in as much as possible and restrict the number of pure infomation/set up lines. I worry if this is what has in fact caused the concept to waver...? I know it is a lot to ask, but if you wouldn't mind reading the article as it was in the first review (http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/index.php?title=500_ft_tall_turd_monster&oldid=4022043) and commenting on what you think of the article in that state, whether you think the current one has improved from that one, and what you think of the tone used between the two (personally I feel the tone is a bit less encyclopediatic in the second revision). No need for a pee review format, just say what you think. Much appreciated. Sequence 06:50, 6 August 2009 (UTC)
On tonight's episode: signatures and the users who love them, part II (where I say the same thing I said before, but with my serious face)
Sigs go like this. 06:15, 12 August 2009 (UTC)
Okay. Seriously now. I'm not going to tell you again.
Fix. Your. Damn. Signature.05:11, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
It turns out I was wrong and you were right. You can indeed vote on featured images and that is indeed the way they might become former-featured images. So, feel free to vote. GUN SotM UotM PMotM UotY PotM WotM 16:05, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
Talk to me about Niggers
I don't really see what your new paragraph in the article on the Birmingham Niggers adds.
- You changed the name of the old stadium from "Projects" (as in high-rise low-income housing) to "Project" (as in what?)
- Who's Chuck H. Jones? Is this funny? All the other names in the article are plays on whiteness.
You understand that the joke about the article is the extreme insensitivity of club management? It's not just a blank check to tell black-people jokes. Talk to me. --SpikeFromNH 00:29, September 23, 2009 (UTC)
The House of Mouse Pee Review
Hi, me again. I just reverted one of your three areas of change to Template:Unamerican, for the sake of brevity, and wish I had reverted more. The point of the template is to mark anti-American articles, in an attitude of classic American macho suggested by the illustration. The prose, though, is in encyclopedic style, by which I mean Mister-Spock gassy. We are not paid by page count! Separately, I'm contemplating removing its use at the start of Venezuela; after all, the article isn't anti-American; only the despot is. 17:38, October 6, 2009 (UTC)
VFP is not all that important. Point of fact, it's not important at all.23:08, October 7, 2009 (UTC)
I edited your user page at random