User talk:Rkononenko

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edit Ukraine

I decided to revert your additions as they were not helping to improve the article. Since I am guessing you are from the Ukraine, this article has a tag on it to be improved to there's your chance for a more comprehensive rewrite. --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ® (Orate) 11:03, July 20, 2012 (UTC)

i reverted back to my mine, 'cause the section about Pelvic Powerlifting is too funny to delete. --Rkononenko (talk) 15:45, July 21, 2012 (UTC)
It's not a good idea to revert back edits made by admins/experienced editors. As a general rule if they make a change to an article they know what they are doing. Getting into revert wars can also lead to banning from the site. And TBH, I also read the section and found it unfunny the way it was written. If it was incorporated more smoothly into the context of the article it would be much better, but as it stands it jars from the overall humour.                               Puppy's talk page10:54 21 Jul
I am all ears mate. Tell me which section the "pelvic powerlifting" should follow in order to fit into the existing structure. I just think it's rather entertaining video, and would be a shame to just not have it at all.
  • P.S. I am both Ukrainian and British so I understand both languages equally well. From Ukrainian's perspective the "typical phrases" section as changed by me are 10,000% funnier than what it's now (well, they actually have something written in Ukrainian, rather than just fart-joke-style phrases exclusively in English". I would say from English perspective it's also funnier the way I made it, since it makes use of how the English and Ukrainian phrases are the complete opposite. --Me Gusta!, July 24, 2012 (UTC)
Changing the phrases is completely up to you. I know how to speak Ukranian as well as I can breathe under water, so feel free to do what you like. With the pelvic powerlifting... I guess it has to fit in with the concept of Ukrainians. If there's a running joke in relationship to them doing more with their willies than they do with their hands, or some cultural reference that means they have powerful pelvises, than that works. But just dropped in with no context as to why they do this, it just seems odd. As my cultural knowledge of Ukraine is also zilch, I don't know enough about how to fit this in so it has an internal logic. (I hope that makes sense. This may make it a little clearer.)                               Puppy's talk page03:51 25 Jul
And if you change the phrases, use {{tooltip}} or <!--comments--> to add in the actual English translation. (Just so us mono linguists can get the joke.)                               Puppy's talk page03:54 25 Jul
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