User talk:The-elementalist

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edit Welcome!

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I've just come into contact with one of those hillarious NRV stamps on a random page. After reading some information, i almost felt guilty at an attempt to save that page. I did some editing and am planning some more, but my main question is, am i allowed to do that? can i save these so called rubbish pages from the dead?--The-elementalist 07:38, 4 December 2006 (UTC)

Yes you can, and it is encouraged! NRV tags, despite the name, are usually put on articles which have potential, but in their current state aren't good enough to stay. You're perfectly welcome to fix one up, and if you fix it up to a level that you think it stands as a full article, you're welcome to take it off. NRV'd articles are only considered for deletion one week after the last edit was made to them, so there's no actual time limit for you to work on it, as long as you are still editing it. If it is checked by an admin, if it's good enough the tag will be taken off, but if it's not, it'll be deleted. In that case you can always ask for it to be moved to a user subpage where you can work on it for as long as you want, then move it back in to the main space when it's finished. Happy editing! Spang talk 08:58, 6 Dec 2006

edit WIP move notice of HowTo:Ban a mexican wave

Hey, your article that was called HowTo:Ban a mexican wave has been moved to User:The-elementalist/HowTo:Ban a mexican wave for futher development. Feel free to move it back when you have done. Oh, and if you want to reply to this, please reply on my talk page (I do so many of these, I don't get to check them all). Thanks. —Braydie 15:44, 13 February 2007 (UTC)

edit Anzac Day


I've looked at it and I think you can sleep peacefully at night. It's not going to last. As soon as the NRV expires, it's out. In case it doesn't you can nominate it at VFD and the community will sure to kick it on its face. ~Jewriken.GIF 16:18, 21 March 2007 (UTC)

edit Cheers

Thanks for the comment dude. I didn't really create the page, just made it more relevent. lol its funny because i actually have telstra adsl. soooo shit. lol a drummer ey, its tough playing an instrument which no one respects. anyway nice to meet a fellow aussie uncyclopedian


edit Award from UN:REQ

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This user created Neways, an article originally requested on Uncyclopedia:Requested Articles. Good for them us!
(If awarding yourself please update the award statistics)

MadMax 17:56, 30 July 2009 (UTC)

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