User talk:Supergeeky1

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Hello, Supergeeky1, 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. You seem to have a sense of humor, but to be sure that it corresponds to the kind humor that is accepted on this site I suggest checking out the following links:

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-Sockpuppet of an unregistered user 00:11, 3 February 2009 (UTC)

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Nice work! Thanks --Globaltourniquet GlobalTourniquetUnAstrologer, UnJournalist, shameless narcissistic America-hating liberal atheist award-winning featured writer 06:25, February 1, 2010 (UTC)

Geekyfication

You know, it would be more helpful if your Change Summaries stated what the change was, rather than all read, Geekyfication--which I interpret as "Hey, everybody! it's me!!!" It is sometimes necessary to go back into the history to find something, and this tendency makes finding something difficult. Cheers. Spıke ¬ 22:21 4-Jan-13

I thank you for your concern, except that's precisely what I'm attempting to do: trying to let everyone know that I am saying hey, and that I it is me, only the most super of the geeks. How else will the good people of Uncyclopedia know that I've descended from my throne? This is how it's been done for many years prior, and how it will be done for many years in the future. I can only look forward to my eventual sons, all named Junior, leaving this exact "Geekyfication" change summary and continuing the tradition that my father set before me, and his father before him. However, I do understand the tribulations one might experience while trying to sort through my edits, so I will make an addendum to my beloved change summary that I believe will retain its geekyness while being more descriptive, and more importantly, will please both parties. I hope you have a very Geeky Day, and I look forward to talking with you in the future. Keep on Geekin'! And stuff. SG1 [citation needed] 18:23, January 5, 2013 (UTC)
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