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You're a Sexy Noob, Well done and Well-cum!

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You may want to take a look at some of these to help you get an idea of what your articles should look like. Your articles lack in descent wiki markup and solid chunks of funny text. So I suggest you look over some of them, so you can use it, so your articles look well formatted. Happy editing :) ~Sir Frosty (Talk to me!) Icons-flag-au 10:27, October 20, 2012 (UTC)

--Reallybloodymental (talk) 10:32, October 20, 2012 (UTC) What you've said is confusing to me. My formatting is bad, ok, but what has a lack of solid chunks of funny text got to do with formatting? Listen, I am happy with my sense of humor, and if it is bad then I will leave. That has nothing to do with formatting.

Taking a look at What came first - the chicken or the egg?, I see a lot of listiness. Lists are generally considered to be bad even if they are funny because they don't look attractive this has nothing to do with your humor. Having chunks of funny text with images is the way to go, not lists, short sections and images. I also think you need to add interwiki links to your articles more. ~Sir Frosty (Talk to me!) Icons-flag-au 10:36, October 20, 2012 (UTC)

--Reallybloodymental (talk) 10:40, October 20, 2012 (UTC) Ah ok, thanks I understand now. I will think about it and make a decision, then. I get butthurt. lols, I could storm out any minute.

Mensa

Your criticism on VFH was not really that the article wasn't feature-worthy but that it wasn't the article you would have written. As your contributions clearly tug the article in a radically different direction (performance art versus my dry encyclopedia entry), I wish you would create a separate article. (We already have the very different Mensa entrance test, as we have multiple articles on global warming, President Obama, and President Bush, and we have no requirement that there be any consistency between them, either on content or on tone.) Spıke ¬ 23:19 9-Nov-12

PS--I have reverted you, so that the VFH vote can proceed on the version submitted to a vote. As I mention in the change history, your new text is still freely available by selecting your last edit with the History tab. It is clearly good enough for mainspace in some form, and could be voted on for VFH in its own right. It simply makes no sense to try to merge it with the other stuff. Spıke ¬ 23:28 9-Nov-12

PPS--Your vote for my article would still be welcome and will not keep your version from eventually existing in parallel. As for your assertion that "nothing stands out": Fat women in Spandex doesn't??? Spıke ¬ 23:32 9-Nov-12

Well as a concept it doesn't stand out. I mean the concepts in your writing are fine, but perhaps too smooth for me.
That's my problem, I can be a bit hit and miss.
You're right; it's mainly because I would have written it differently. Therefore from now on, whenever I encounter an article that is good and amusing but with things missing that I would prefer, I'll abstain. --Reallybloodymental (talk) 21:33, November 10, 2012 (UTC)

Thanks for flipping your vote. Now do please develop what you wrote. Spıke ¬ 21:45 10-Nov-12

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