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Feel free to talk to me or find religious forgivness.Unfortunetly that will have a cost to it.

edit Welcome!

Hello, UNmarine777, 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 people like you:

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I hope you enjoy editing here and being an Uncyclopedian! Please sign your name on talk pages using four tildes (UNmarine777 04:21, November 22, 2011 (UTC)) or use the "sign" button (Button sig) above the edit box. This will automatically produce your name and the date.

At Uncyclopedia, writing articles is not a requirement, but it certainly is a fun and easy way to express your creativity. To write an article, it's recommended that you start it in your userspace (for example, User:UNmarine777/Article about stuff) so you can edit it at your leisure. If you decide to create it in the cold world of mainspace, make sure it is in accordance with the policies laid out above, and if you're not done put the "Work-In-Progress" template - {{construction}} - onto it as well.

If the current colonization doesn't suit your fancy, then browse our rewrite and idea categories. We have lots of articles just sitting around for someone to improve, so don't be afraid - dive right in!

If you need help, ask me on my talk page, ask at the Dump, or ask an administrator on their talk page. Additionally, the Uncyclopedian Adopt-a-Noob program is there to bring experienced editors straight to you. Simply leave a message on an adopter's talkpage to join. Again, welcome!  -- Brigadier General Sir Zombiebaron 18:00, July 3, 2011 (UTC)

edit Templates

I can easily help you with that. Let's say the template's name is "Boom". You put it like this: Template:Boom. --Purple mini lolly Lollipop Purple mini lolly - CONTRIBS - WRITINGS - SHOP - Now adopting! - 23:13, 8 July 2011

edit thanks

Loli for moving that.and not in a sarcastic way!

edit Your article

About Uncyclopedia Cheerleaders got deleted. You can ask him for a copyback if you want. Just ask on his talk page.--Iwillkillyou 333 TALK What's it like to be a heretic? 15:54, July 11, 2011 (UTC)


Who you be talking about.--vladimirKruscecev 23:56, July 11, 2011 (UTC)UNmarine777

edit HowTo:Survive the apocalypse before and after!

I moved your page to here, to fit with the proper naming convensions. I've also moved your review request here and the other two you probably accidently created got deleted. So the review and title match and a review should come soon hopefully. ~Sir Frosty (Talk to me!) Icons-flag-au 22:52, July 13, 2011 (UTC)

edit Uncyclopedia-themed articles

Uncyclopedia is a parody encyclopedia. As such, our articles tend to be focused more on encyclopedia topics, not about the site itself. Generally, creating articles about the site itself, and especially those articles that portray Uncyclopedia at "war" with another site, are frowned upon for two reasons:

  1. They usually aren't funny. There aren't many laughs to be had in the "site wars" department.
  2. It makes us look like we encourage cross-wiki vandalism, which is absolutely not the case.

So please cut down on articles about the site, and in at least one case, an article about yourself. Try to focus on subjects a real encyclopedia would.  Sir Skullthumper, MD (criticize  writings  SU&W) 00:57 Jul 15, 2011

edit Your signature

Please fix it; you need to include a link to your userpage so people actually know who you are. See UN:SIG for full signature policy details. 1234 ~ 16px-Pointy 18:40, 18 July 2011

edit Adopt a noob

Adopt a noob. I advise you to check it out. You obviously are confused in some way about the writing style of Uncyclopedia. Like Skullthumper said, we don't usually make articles on the wiki itself (unless they have a basis and they're funny). So I suggest AAN will help you. There are many adopters (including me) who would be pleased to have you under their wing. Cheers. --Purple mini lolly Lollipop Purple mini lolly - CONTRIBS - WRITINGS - SHOP - Now adopting! - 18:42, 18 July 2011

edit Userspace

The great thing about userspace is that when you're not finished with your article...you move it there. Try doing that from now on. Cheers. --Purple mini lolly Lollipop Purple mini lolly - CONTRIBS - WRITINGS - SHOP - Now adopting! - 02:17, 4 August 2011

edit Your adoption form has been accepted by Lollipop

You're adopted


Hello, UNmarine777. This is a message bidding a welcome and hello from your adoptee, Pleb Sir Lollipop of Canada.

Your time as the adopted will be a fun and great time, with lots of food, booze, girls, and sex. However, the rules state that noobs are barred from any of this, and have to be stuck with gruel, Fresca, Rosie O'Donnell, and toy fucking.

I will help you shortly with the basics. A signature, a first article, and a pee review.

Good day, and enjoy being my slave noob.

--Purple mini lolly Lollipop Purple mini lolly - CONTRIBS - WRITINGS - SHOP - Now adopting! - 05:08, 4 August 2011


edit Now hiring

do you fell that you need to tell the world something,do you fell sickof UNnews. Well I don't why should you!Any ways we need lots of people at this station its called News777 please people lifes are at stake. The preceding unsigned comment was added by UNmarine777 (talk • contribs)

I like that you mention Dr. Skullthumper (er, SkullThumper) in your mainpage pretending like he actually cares about this. I recommend to not make News777 your main focus until you've improved on many things. --Purple mini lolly Lollipop Purple mini lolly - CONTRIBS - WRITINGS - SHOP - Now adopting! - 12:07, 4 August 2011

edit Step One: A signature

All users have a signature to identify themselves. Would you like me to make you one, or would you like to try it yourself? --Purple mini lolly Lollipop Purple mini lolly - CONTRIBS - WRITINGS - SHOP - Now adopting! - 00:32, 6 August 2011


edit Help will be provided at Hogwarts.. Uhh, sorry Uncyclopedia, to those who ask for it

I can help complete and format pats of your HowTo:Survive_the_apocalypse Article..! Just drop a message on my talk page if you agree..!! Waiting..!! :P Somu 19:56, August 11, 2011 (UTC)

edit See if ya like it!

Did some basic formatting and added a few parts to the article i mentioned above..!! C if ya like it, and leave me a message in my talk page, ok? Somu 02:25, August 12, 2011 (UTC)

edit Deballiation

...is now on VFD. You might want to petition to move it back to your userspace, since I have serious doubts that it will survive. For one thing, most of its contents consist of lists. Lists generally do not do well on VFD. Secondly, it has a history section, which could have been omitted - history sections usually tend to either be dry or random. Articles that are too random usually do not survive VFD. Just thought I would let you know. -- Simsilikesims(♀UN) Talk here. 02:25, August 14, 2011 (UTC)

edit Dood

Yeah, I probably left one little piece of advice out of my Tsar Bomba review - put it into user space. I thought you put in enough work to not have it deleted so I was surprised to see it go poof. Well, you got it resurrected and moved into userspace. Hoorah! If you'd like, I can go through that article and clean up the grammar for you, just to give you a sample of your article with anally retentive grammar policing. Heck, you could just revert the edit if you don't like it. Just thought it would give you a better idea of what I mean by proper grammar/spelling. I'm also pretty good at formatting - what you're currently working on has a strip of centered pics in blank empty space with an article above and below. Hope I wasn't too rough with the review but I wanted to give you some solid criticism that will help you on this site - it's a jungle out there in mainspace ;-) --DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  22:20, October 1, 2011 (UTC)

Well, my rewording of Tsar Bomba has pretty much become a rewrite. You can always revert my edits if you're unhappy with them. However, I actually think I can get this article featured if I continue - which means a shiny 1/2 feature credit for you as a collaborator. Let me know what you think.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  14:44, October 9, 2011 (UTC)
Excellent! You like it! After that last message, I pretty much went ahead and finished the article. There's just proofreading and tweaks left to do - adding blue links, etc.
Which brings me to your latest additions. First one: adding "homeless" and "sponsored" to the first paragraph. Adding that the money used to produce the guide was intended for the homeless is not a bad idea. Making it a part of the article is a little trickier though. In this particular case, I don't think it's going to work. Just saying "taxpayer money" is enough. Save the idea though. You can use the concept of using money set aside for homeless shelters, welfare, section 8 housing, etc for something completely different - in an other article - where it has more effect. For example, having that money used so that rich people can have a larger swimming pool or something else that's a polar opposite. As for Tsar Bomba, you're just making the sentence you dropped that into way too complicated/long. Simplify. They call it the KISS method (Keep It Simple, Stupid]. Now, the "sponsored" part. Did I not tell you to get a spell checking browser? lol. seriously though, I run Firefox and I automatically get a red underline when I misspell a word. You spelled it "sponsered". Now, a "sponsor" is essentially someone who pays money to another entity in order to get their name on something. Like on PBS, the CHUBB group sponsors programming - they do not actually MAKE the documentaries, they just "sponsor". So, since we already know that the Tsar Bomba guide has been paid for by the American taxpayer.......the American taxpayer would be the "sponsor". So, adding in "and sponsored" doesn't work with the bizarre National Association that's producing the guide. Plus, you NEVER want a sentence with a lot of "and" in it. You don't say "boots and socks and jacket and a raincoat". You say Boots, socks, jacket and a raincoat. Just one "and". If you have a sentence with more than one "and", there's a good chance that it's a "runon" (too many concepts crammed into an unnecessarily long sentence).
Next: "man,machine,and sentient machine thats curious about its existance". Once again, you have a great little idea here but it just doesn't fit in the Tsar Bomba article. Just like the "homeless money", you have a little golden nugget here. It's just like a single piece in a jigsaw puzzle though - it will only fit perfectly into the right article and into right place. You have lots of good ideas - Tsar Bomba, despite being rewritten by me, is all your concepts. A bizarre association producing a guide about disarming a teleportational 100 megaton Russian nuke which ultimately leads to failure. You had "Santa's Lair", a list of common items used to defuse it (including the need for some kind of college degree), the idea of using some computer humor (the Chinese boy in a box and Microsoft) and a short list of other teeny weeny nuances. It's still your idea, I just executed it differently.
Now here's your good, recent addition. Wikileaks. Brilliant idea for a link. Executing it with the two coughs is another good idea that's been put into the wrong place. The "voice" is wrong. That's more like the dialog of a single person narrating a story - while this article, Tsar Bomba, has a corporate advertising "voice". So, the best execution of the wikileaks joke is to just simply link the words "anonymous sources" with wikileaks. (KISS) It's a good joke - your idea. There's other places where making some good Uncyclopedia links would be great way to make solid additions. Right now, the article is about as big/long as it should get. You don't want to "overwork" the joke because people will lose interest halfway through the article. It (the article) ties together pretty efficiently right now - that just leaves proofreading, minor tweaks and links.
Then......we submit it for pee review. I can tell you right now that this article, as is, will not be ICU'd or VFD'd. I honestly think it can get featured. You can move it out to mainspace now ;-) --DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  15:11, October 14, 2011 (UTC)

I added something to it. Let me know what you think. ;) --Evildemon PLEB SIR Lollipop (TALK) - updated on 15 October 2011, at 00:59


edit The Bomba

We had this: Welcome to HowTo:Disable a Tsar Bomba! This article will teach you how to disable the largest and most explosive nuclear device known to man, with an overly simplistic and unrealistic guide - paid for with large sums of taxpayer money and produced by the National Association Against Randomly Appearing High-Yield Nuclear Weapons Of Mass Destruction That Could Ruin Dinner Parties or NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP for short.

We now have this: Stuck in a position with a terrible explosive? Strapped to the waist with a bomb tied to your chest? Eaten a ham sandwich and realized you forgot to put mustard on? This article will teach you how to disable the largest and most explosive nuclear device known to man, machine, and sentient machines that are curious about its existance, with an overly simplistic and unrealistic guide - paid for with large sums of taxpayer money that was going to feed the Homeless in Africa. Produced by the National Association Against Randomly Appearing High-Yield Nuclear Weapons Of Mass Destruction That Could Ruin Dinner Parties or NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP for short.

I think the current version is totally unfocused, random and crufty. The rest of the article is a more subtle style humor - playing it mostly "straight" as opposed to wacky WACKY wacky. There's an overloaded, runon sentence here too: "This article will teach you how to disable the largest and most explosive nuclear device known to man, machine, and sentient machines that are curious about its existance, with an overly simplistic and unrealistic guide - paid for with large sums of taxpayer money that was going to feed the Homeless in Africa." - Very crufty. The article doesn't need more padding either IMO, it's not lacking in size. I think the wacky quota for the first paragraph was fulfilled with the extremely long name of the national association. Now it's way too wacky and, as a result, it's unfocused. --DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  15:39, October 15, 2011 (UTC)

I added the new first line. --Evildemon PLEB SIR Lollipop (TALK) - updated on 15 October 2011, at 23:18
Well, like our noob friend UNmarine, you have a good idea but the execution is all wrong. Your first two sentences are basically the beginning of a commercial - good idea. However, it's a little too infomercial sounding. The "voice" of this article is more PBS (public broadcasting) and PSA (public service announcement). So, a satire of American nuclear bomb scare publications from the 1950's would be more appropriate.
The third sentence about the ham sandwich - good idea, bad execution. The other key, linking idea in this article is fine dining/dinner parties - So a satire of that is in order. Also, the ham sandwich sentence should look a little more like this: Taken a bite from a ham sandwich and realized that you'd forgotten to put mustard on it?
I'm positive that my initial rewrite is featurable. I think if you hone down your ideas to fit the piece and we remove the randomizer cruft, it's a winner.
@UNmarine: I know, it's tough to have someone just waltz on in and wholesale change your article. My main goal was to try and help you produce articles that will survive in mainspace. I thought you put a lot of effort into reworking Tsar Bomba after my review but it ended up getting deleted. That sucked. When I rewrote this, I made great efforts to stick with your ideas and rework them into a legible piece. Your biggest problem, the reason that your articles cannot survive mainspace, is very poor basic grammar and spelling. It's a shame because you have many good ideas - they created a rather funny article but you need to spend time learning how to express these ideas properly. Bare necessities include writing into a Word document (for grammar and spelling check) first before posting it here and using a web browser that spell-checks. You gotta do it man. I don't mean that as some kind of Uncyclopedia official or something - I'm freakin' nobody. I'm saying that as someone who sees your potential being wasted over fundamentals. Hell, I had to learn how to correct many bad writing habits here. It's no shame to "back up the bus" a little. If you're here just for fun and don't care about being able to survive in mainspace, disregard all of this. Otherwise, get a helper application like Word to make sure that the grammar and spelling are correct, where appropriate, in an article. --DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  08:58, October 16, 2011 (UTC)
I assumed it was a shitty intro to a HowTo article. But you proved your point. --Evildemon PLEB SIR Lollipop (TALK) - updated on 16 October 2011, at 20:01

edit What Have I Done To It?

That's a good question, UNmarine777! This guide will help you stop engaging in some of the key errors people make when adding to, or creating, an Uncyclopedia article - randomness and cruft.

Key Elements: Every good story has a handful of elements or concepts that create a foundation upon which all other material can be built upon. These are the key elements of Tsar Bomba:
  • The NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP: The national association producing the guide. Very PBS/NPRish with a focus on selling its documentaries by using the fear of nuclear proliferation. This association is (absurdly) also focused on dinner party etiquette and using peer/social pressure to create a false dilemma - then providing a product which solves or abates that dilemma - heavens, we wouldn't want to be accused of being a poor host or hostess would we? Think Martha Stewart. The reader is essentially put into the position of protagonist and the guide is there to "help" (actually, profiteer)
  • The Tsar Bomba: The antagonist in this story. It essentially has all of these sub elements:
1)The most powerful nuclear bomb in the world
2)Has teleportation capability and can appear (and explode) anywhere at anytime.
3)Has Microsoft Vista as it's operating system
A lot of my rewrite went into supporting these sub elements. A lot. In the original draft of this article, there was a lot of excessive references to the fact that it's an extremely powerful nuclear bomb. The article was "crufty" with it. In the original draft, the teleportation sub element had absolutely no foundation - you just claimed that the bomb could teleport with no explanation. The third sub element here, the Tsar Bomba using Windows, was also an item that was introduced in the original draft but not fully exploited - the rewrite has devoted a good chunk of article space to this.

Everything that's in the rewrite of Tsar Bomba pretty much fits into these elements. Now let's look at some of your additions to the rewrite:

This: This article will teach you how to disable the largest and most explosive nuclear device known to man, with an overly simplistic and unrealistic guide - paid for with large sums of taxpayer money and produced by the National Association Against Randomly Appearing High-Yield Nuclear Weapons Of Mass Destruction That Could Ruin Dinner Parties or NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP for short.

Became This: This article will teach you how to disable the largest and most explosive nuclear device known to man, machine, and sentient machines that are curious about its existance, with an overly simplistic and unrealistic guide - paid for with large sums of taxpayer money that was going to feed the Homeless in Africa. Produced by the National Association Against Randomly Appearing High-Yield Nuclear Weapons Of Mass Destruction That Could Ruin Dinner Parties or NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP for short.

Your addition of "machines and sentient machines that are curious about its existence": It does fall into the sub element of describing the power of the Tsar Bomba. However, like I pointed out earlier, it's already territory that's been fully exploited. The reason that the introductory paragraph was kept mostly plain and straightforward is the fact that it's being used to introduce a major element to the story, the NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP. That's a pretty silly concept and it represents the "voice" of the article. You want focus on that - and not have to wade through a lot of other silly concepts to get there. The sentence you wanted to introduce that part into was already crowded too. If you really just had to have that as part of the article, you're obviously going to have to break up that big sentence into two pieces - Especially if your adding something as large as "sentient being that is curious about it's existence". There's another problem with that sentence too - "Sentient" essentially means "curious about it's existence". All you need to say is "sentient machine" - adding "curious about it's existence" is redundant (unnecessary cruft). You either say "machine and machine that's curious about it's existence" or you say "machine and sentient machine". One or the other, not both.

If you really MUST add this, it should look something like: "This article will teach you how to disable the largest and most explosive nuclear device known to man, machine and sentient machine - with an overly simplistic and unrealistic guide. Paid for with large sums of taxpayer money and produced by the National Association Against Randomly Appearing High-Yield Nuclear Weapons Of Mass Destruction That Could Ruin Dinner Parties or NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP for short."

Now, totally my opinion and not a matter of right and wrong - Personally, I would go with "man, beast and manbeast" - I just think it's simpler and funnier. What is less my opinion and more factual: the introduction of sentient machines sounds more like another sub element that would require proper exploitation/introduction - that the Tsar Bomba was also sentient. That brings up a whole bunch of possibilities for humor. Tsar Bomba "moods" being a running joke throughout the article for example. I see that you also added "And remember the Tsar Bomba is already planing against you,even as we speak." at the end of the article. This would be one tiny piece of a fully introduced/exploited sub element. There's nothing wrong with this angle, it's just going to take another complete rewriting/reworking of the story in order to properly make it fit - we'd need a solid explanation for how it became sentient. I had to add a considerable amount of writing to explain the Tsar Bomba's teleportation ability (and killed Santa too). Adding that the bomb was sentient would just add a lot more writing and size to the article (which I think is large enough already) It also contradicts the Microsoft Vista operating system part of the story - It's supposed to be an unreliable/cheap piece of equipment, now it has to be self aware and intelligent. Again, complete rewrite and wholesale additions to every part of the article. Basically, you should just be starting a brand new article about sentient machines instead of padding Tsar Bomba with the concept.

The Homeless In Africa: That wasn't necessarily a bad idea but "the starving/homeless" in Africa bit is sooooooooo tired and so overused. Your concept is OK, you want the taxpayer funds used to produce this guide to be taken from some other program that is far more necessary. Basically, the "Homeless in Africa" would be better if some homeless guy in Africa read that - that would be hilarious. Find something closer to home for the reader. How about tax money that was intended for public education (schools)? That would be closer to home - who doesn't complain about the state of public education? Now there's a humorous explanation as to why the schools are underfunded - the money got used on producing a silly, ineffective guide to disabling a tsar bomba.

I also went over the (cough) wikileaks (cough) part with you. It's wrong for the "voice" (the NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP style as described above) of the article. That's not to say that you absolutely cannot have a single person narration or aside in the middle of a corporate produced guide. Your mother-in-law joke is still in there but it's been placed as a caption in a photo - a good place for something that's not consistent with the article's "voice". That should really just be a blue link to wikileaks on the words "anonymous sources". That's what blue links and references are good for, inserting humor. You could add the wikileaks joke by writing it in like this:

All documentation of this claim is either highly redacted or non-existent but classified files recently exposed on wikileaks explain that the Russian government was afraid of some sensitive details, gathered at the find, which could irreparably damage one of it's key industries - the manufacture of wooden Nutcracker dolls, which represented 40% of the Soviet economy.

I just feel that "anonymous sources" with a blue link to wikileaks would be funnier. Just my opinion.

edit So basically speaking

Every part of an article should support, explain or adhere to its founding elements - anything that doesn't is just random cruft. When you start a new article, you should first write your ideas down and keep the writing focused/limited on them. When you have an idea like teleportation, you don't just say that something (like a bomb) can teleport without a funny explanation why.

Now, as I've said, I don't really think that the introductory paragraph for Tsar Bomba needs to be padded from it's rewrite state of this: Welcome to HowTo:Disable a Tsar Bomba! This article will teach you how to disable the largest and most explosive nuclear device known to man, with an overly simplistic and unrealistic guide - paid for with large sums of taxpayer money and produced by the National Association Against Randomly Appearing High-Yield Nuclear Weapons Of Mass Destruction That Could Ruin Dinner Parties or NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP for short.

This would be proper (IMO) for the purposes of escalation (starting slowly) and keeping the silly factor focused on the national association (The introducing of a key element) - nothing else distracting from that.

However, if we must squeeze all of these ideas (from three authors) into the opening paragraph, I would prefer it looked something like this:

Are you aware of the potential for a nuclear holocaust near your home? Are you concerned about the social obligations and etiquette associated with our new atomic age? HowTo:Disable A Tsar Bomba will teach you the proper methods for disarming the largest and most explosive nuclear device known to man, beast and manbeast - With an overly simplistic and unrealistic guide. Sponsored by large piles of taxpayer money intended for public education and produced by the National Association Against Randomly Appearing High-Yield Nuclear Weapons Of Mass Destruction That Could Ruin Dinner Parties or NAARAHYNWOMDTCRDP for short.

Still seems to be a little too much stuff shoved in there for me but all of the newest additions fit the voice of the article and adhere to its key elements.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  14:30, October 17, 2011 (UTC)

edit Templates

You can find a bunch of raw code, fonts, etc here. You don't have to make templates, just "steal" them. Use the raw code, change the colors, size, picture, etc. --DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  18:56, October 15, 2011 (UTC)

Also: Just in case you didn't know where to find html color codes.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  09:00, October 16, 2011 (UTC)

edit UnNews

Hi Marine! While we don't have a problem at all with articles laughing about ourselves since we don't take ourselves too seriously, there are some issues with the latest UnNews you issued. The prose and grammar would be a major one. The concept is very good, but the article lacks good grammar to a point where I have no choice but to move it to your userspace right here: User:UNmarine777/UnNews:God Hates Uncyclopedia says local church. If you want help with it ( like me giving you suggestions and correcting grammar stuff) don't hesitate to ask, but I somehow feel that if you put some time working on it by yourself, especially in the grammar department, we could have a decent UnNews here. Take your time, quality is better than quantity! :D Snowflake mini Mattsnow 00:19, October 23, 2011 (UTC)

I moved the article back to your userspace again. If you want me to help, just ask, I'm a nice guy you know! But please don't move the article on UnNews again without telling me to have a look at it beforehand. Snowflake mini Mattsnow 12:15, October 25, 2011 (UTC)

edit VFH/VFP

VFH Nomination rules: You cannot self-nominate one of your articles unless it's been pee reviewed and gotten a score of 40 points or more. HowTo:Survive the apocalypse is pretty far away from being highlight worthy too - the foremost reason is that it's "listy". You have three long lists in there. The concept is a little overworked too (apocalypse survival is a popular theme), so you're going to have to bring something new/fresh to this subject.

VFP Nominations: Basically, VFP is for photos that have been created or heavily altered with photoshop, Adobe illustrator, etc. Taking an existing picture and merely adding words to it will not fly in VFP. It's not just for "funny pictures". Example: this picture would be considered a good candidate for VFP. Unfortunately, nobody at Uncyclopedia made this. It's disqualified from being VFP. It's still a great, funny pic that can be used in an article. It just can't be VFP'd.

So, what's up with Tsar Bomba? Are you going to fixit or should I go ahead and do it? In order to get this article featured, somebody besides you or me needs to nominate it or it needs to go to pee review and get a good score. My idea was to finish working on it, put the article into mainspace by using the "move" button and then putting it onto pee review.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  06:01, October 25, 2011 (UTC)

Did you just made up the rule about needing to have a 40 score on Pee? LOL, I got articles that were later featured and had like 36. Snowflake mini Mattsnow 11:50, October 25, 2011 (UTC)
Actually, if you get a high 30's and then make changes as prescribed by the reviewer, nobody is going to raise a stink. Yes though, it was my understanding that 40+ is feature quality and can be officially self-nommed. I have no idea where I read that or who told me that, I could be wrong.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  13:34, October 25, 2011 (UTC)
40 is possibly the typical score for a feature on Pee Review. Regardless, however, the self nom rule only requires either that the article has been successfully reviewed or that the Pee Review request has gone unanswered for over a week. Sir SockySexy girls Mermaid with dolphin Tired Marilyn Monroe (talk) (stalk)Magnemite Icons-flag-be GUN SotM UotM PMotM UotY PotM WotM 14:37, 25 October 2011
Funny, I actually believed that if you got a review which scored you, say 32, going ahead and nominating it on FVH would result in scorn and snippy comments. That's why I didn't move Ghostwriter out of userspace for a year, it got a ho-hum review. Oh well. --DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  15:10, October 25, 2011 (UTC)
I once wrote one that got 35, maybe even lower. (George Carlin) I totally hated the reviewer's suggestions, didn't make a damn change and it was featured with like 16/1. The "against" vote was the reviewer lol. I guess humor is subjective! Snowflake mini Mattsnow 16:07, October 25, 2011 (UTC)

edit Pee

OK, per our ongoing discussions I just did the edits, moved to mainspace and stuck the article on pee review. Let's see what we get.--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  10:47, October 30, 2011 (UTC)

Oy! *gasp* don't worry, I haven't forgotten about you. You will get a special template soon!--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  18:51, November 15, 2011 (UTC)

edit Greetings

I have gone through my records and it appears as though you may have voted for me for some award, supported one or more of my articles on VFH, or supported one or more of my images on VFP, in the past year or so. If this is not the case, then please ignore this message. Otherwise, thank you for your support. May you have a long and fruitful life, and have many parasites. 1234 ~ 16px-Pointy 18:57, 6 January 2012

edit Good sir

It has come to our attention that your recent UnNews needs work, so it has been moved by hamsters here so you have all the time in the world to add some funny in it and correct the spelling a bit. Thank you and if I may be of some help just ask me on my talkpage :) Snowflake mini Mattsnow 06:16, March 15, 2012 (UTC)

edit User:UNmarine777/Republic of Cerveza

Hey. Could you do us a favour? Do you mind logging in when you edit pages in your userspace? It just makes it a little clearer who attribution belongs to, and stops me having to double check your edits.                               Puppy's talk page02:27 25 Jul

edit Uncyclopedia:Pee Review/User:UNmarine777/Republic of Cerveza

Check it out mate.    zheoliel   07:25 September 23

edit Republic of Cerveza

I can see you worked on this article but as you saw, the votes went negative very quickly. The Pee Review you got was a good marker on how the article would be received on VFH. Sorry to disappoint you. --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 10:35, December 20, 2012 (UTC)

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