User talk:Scaley1234

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I will check here every few days, at least to begin with, but I cannot guarantee a quick response. I believe you can email me, not that I ever bothered to find out how, but I doubt anybody cares, I never (maybe very, very rarely) did anything that improved articles, I merely reverted and removed, and as such, I never became known.

I'd like to thank everybody who posted on this page, in particular Codeine, for the welcome, Rc, for the, unfortunately non-existent, Template:Good Egg, and Famine, for the Spinning Dandruff Ninjastar.

Full details of inactivity on my userpage.

Good bye.

edit Welcome!

Hello, Scaley1234, and welcome to Uncyclopedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. If not, the door's right over there... no, a little more to your left... yeah. Anyway, here are a few good links for nooblets:

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If you need help, ask me on my talk page, or ask at the Dump. Again, welcome!  -- Sir Codeine K·H·P·B·M·N·C·U·Bu. · (Harangue) 00:09, 11 August 2006 (UTC)

edit Grazie

Thanks for the help reverting our little buddy there. If we had template:Good Egg I'd give it to you. —rc (t) 20:35, 18 August 2006 (UTC)

No problem :-). --scaley1234 20:38, 18 August 2006 (UTC)

edit Enterprise

UHh.. buddy.. I was trying to repair that page and make it look right.. so that it could be taken OUT of that category... Did you not see that? or was your admins rights blocking your ability?--Mcmlxxviii 19:45, 20 August 2006 (UTC)

Err, what? "I was trying to repair that page and make it look right.. so that it could be taken OUT of that category..." Like I said in the edit summary, then if my understanding of disambiguation pages is correct, then that's not what they're meant to be. For example, if you read any of these pages, they all look like the original page, not your's. The article you appeared to be creating should've been given a different name, and added to that page, not been on that page. But if you feel that all the other disambiguation pages are wrong and you are quite clearly right, feel free to ask someone who knows. --scaley1234 21:41, 21 August 2006 (UTC)

edit Msg from anon

Mr lanka Random Scaley1234 Sighting

You've been noticed! You has been randomly sighted in India, Kashmir & Pakistan at the same times! Thanks you for your last few edits. Someone apreciates your contribution. Please keep up the good work. Someone loves you and prays you of the apposite sex


Eek, I've been seen!!! Hehe, thanks :-) --scaley1234 19:32, 4 October 2006 (UTC).

edit Quit messin' with the iHamster section

Why do you keep changing it to "hamster"? It's funnier the other way. You also keep messin with the links I made so they are red and don't lead anywhere. I fixed it for a reason. Stop changing it back.

Well, first of all, the true title of the article (the one you type to get there) is IHamster, not IHampster. Second, it's the fact you appear incapable of capitalizing 'h's - the name's presumably based on 'iPod', not 'ipod'... However, due to the fact that I am so lazy, I can't be arsed to change it back again.
However, I do have to admit, the links were a mistake I made when changing it.

edit Oh...

You didn't like the quote I added to the Nintendo DS page...

...ah well. I can't win them all. Always feels cold when that happens though... :3

Still. In the simplistic, seriously wretched, fucked up confines of my own tiny, idiotic brain, I found it funny~.

No hard feelings~


~Hanyouman~

It was nothing personal, it's just Russian Reversal jokes became seriously unfunny a while ago, and unless they're really good (note the boldness and italics), then they don't generally add anything to make the article any better - especially when the process itself seems completely irrelevant to the content of the article. --scaley1234 14:07, 28 October 2006 (UTC). (edit: I also notice I forgot to redo the spelling correction you did as well...I always do that, it gets annoying, I'm currently in talks with the Council of Minds to get an improved memory, so for that, I apologise.)


edit Feminists

I'm just curious as to why you are persistant as to get rid of what I entered on the feminist article. I'm going to assume its because they could be highly offensive and you find them as such (I may be wrong)... and I realize that.

Not to toot my own horn, but what I entered definately wasn't on the unfunny side of whats usually entered on this site.

I'm not trying to be all pissy about it, I'm just trying to figure out why you did that, considering its unecissary, and ultimately reduces the quality of the article.

-AhhDiddums

OK, well, first, I've never edited the feminist article (and neither have you by the looks of it, unless by IP), nor even read it...you mean Lesbian. Also, I've not been persistent in doing it - I reverted your changes completely only once.
Now, to get to the point. The second and last time I changed what you put, I didn't remove all of them, I took out three, left two in, albeit in a slightly different place, and left your changes to one which was already there beforehand. Therefore, if you look at the net value, it comes out at zero[terms and conditions apply]. But OK, that's still not the answer to your question.
Well, here's my reasoning then, for the three I removed:
"*Becoming communists and practicing witchcraft." - Well, that to me just sounded a bit...weird, and irrelevant. To you, it may have had some meaning, however, which I would be fascinated to hear.
"*Talking about blood clots and menstruation as if its sexy." - Again, it just sounded really weird, but also again, might have had a specific meaning to you.
If you readded these again, I'd not bother removing them once more, as, like I said, they might have had a specific meaning that I didn't get or understand.
But then, there was this...:
"*Doing anything other than cooking, cleaning, and having sex with me." - to me that just seemed chauvinistic (in the first two parts), thus completely the opposite to Lesbianism, sexist, which, I admit, can be funny in the right context, this just didn't seem to be it, and bigheaded on your part (the use of me may have been intended as general, but it didn't work out like that).
So, in closing, it's not that I thought all of your additions were crap, in fact, quite the opposite, it's just three of them seemed a fair bit weird - and to be honest, if you think those three can make an article, that is over 18 months old, significantly better, then I'd personally think that you (that's a general you, not personal) seriously overestimate your (still general) writing skills. --scaley1234 05:27, 29 October 2006 (UTC). Sorry for the essay :X.

___ AhhDiddums Response

Sorry about the error in referring ot it as the feminist article... I suppose I should start sleeping more haha.
"*Becoming communists and practicing witchcraft." is a reference to absurd generalizations. I've heard before (Falwell... or one of those nuts) comparing things like feminism and lesbianism to paganism and communism. Essentially, weird stereotypes I've heard right wing extremests make accusing people of these things. I don't think I'm explaining this nearly well enough, but I'm tired.
"*Talking about blood clots and menstruation as if its sexy." Reading this one, this actually really probably is better off being taken out.
"*Doing anything other than cooking, cleaning, and having sex with me." Ahh yes. You'll be surprised to know I'm a feminist haha. Even with that, my humor has always tended to be no-holds-barred and at times, odd. I know a few people with that humor (which only feeds mine) who could have put that there themselves. I can see it being unneccissary and "too far," but I personally enjoy that kind of humor.
I d efinately don't feel that those can make an article haha... I just think they add an extra (small) layer to it, improving it even if only by a small margin.
OK, thanks for the explanation, at least now I understand where you were coming from :-). --scaley1234 14:13, 29 October 2006 (UTC).


edit Numberwang

It's nice to see that someone else found Numberwang! Hehe!
--Juicymixx 12:49, 30 November 2006 (UTC)

Ahh, yes, well, it is one of the most discussed things between me and my friends, so it was inevitable I should search for it on here. Plus it's such a brilliant thing to write an article, as it's so funny in itself, well done :-). --scaley1234 17:29, 30 November 2006 (UTC).

edit Topic name: Islam

What the hell is this written in the topic 'islam'? You call this funny? Do you even know the definition of fun in contrast to foolishness? If yes then why have you locked this topic? Pretty Insane. The article on christianity is open for people. But article for Islam is locked after putting one time stupidity. VirtualEye 17:52, 10 December 2006 (UTC)

edit Nice

I've been stalking you for ages, as I've watched you touch bunches of articles on my watchlist. You're doing a fantastic job cleaning up around here. I never tire of seeing you remove crappy quotes, revert idiocy, or whack large amount of unfunny list-material from articles.


Wow. Thanks. Some day I might actually write an article, but I think I'll save that until I can think of something funny. Oh, and congrats. --scaley1234 14:35, 11 February 2007 (UTC).
I swear, they only gave me that because ENeGMA had already won Best Article. His Civil War was funnier than Education, I thought. It was brilliant. But thanks. I try to write something once a year or so, so they don't kick me out for being useless. Bone_F_clear.png Sir Famine, Gun Petition » 02/11 15:48
Even so, if you want to claim it as second, that's still second out of, err, thirteen (?) entries to the category, and probably countless others that weren't entered. As it is, due to computer issues (namely laptop going boom), I haven't had time to read many of them yet, but I hopefully will in the VERY near future :-). --scaley1234 21:26, 12 February 2007 (UTC).
Don't be too appreciative, Scaley - Famine may claim he's giving you a "Whirling Star of Vigilance," but you should know our colloquial name for it: the Spinning Dandruff Ninjastar. —rc (t) 21:39, 12 February 2007 (UTC)
That's even better though! I mean, the snow here may be too crap to last longer than a couple of hours, but when my hair's about, there's no need for sn-...err *cough*. Hehehehe. --scaley1234 21:49, 12 February 2007 (UTC).

edit Chav

Hey. I looked you up from the history of the chav article. I've got no sense of humour, so I wouldn't know how to put it in and make it funny, but I found this image and thought it could be adapted to the article: [1] Add it if you feel it fits, I got it from 2458.jpg . Dark Apostrophe Kmenu (Click here to bitch. :)) 23:37, 22 February 2007 (UTC)

Hmm, I could see it going somewhere in there. Maybe around the male mating ritual section replacing, or going with, the Gollum image, with a caption of "Two male Chavs preparing for a night on the town" or similar. However, I also suffer from a similar lack of a sense of humour, so it may be wise to get a second opinion :-). --scaley1234 10:34, 23 February 2007 (UTC).
Well, I'm not sure which is better... I'm about as funny as a train wreck. :) Dark Apostrophe Kmenu (Click here to bitch. :)) 16:55, 24 February 2007 (UTC)

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