This user is on vacation, sabbatical, administrative leave, or is otherwise goofing off with the knowledge and/or consent of the Admins. Or, more likely, they've buggered off without saying boo to anyone. Their expected date of return is Probably never. It was fun, though... If you're lonely, or you miss them, leave a message.
Archive 1 - Of welcomes, votes and, well, more votes. Archive 2 - Of votes, proofreading and reviews. Archive 3 - Of votes, reviews and images, in the main. Archive 4 - Of votes, reviews, images, embuggerances and judging. Archive 5 - Of, ooh, all sorts of things! Archive 6 - Of Cabals, Pussies, Pees, Feathers, Showers and stuff. Archive 7 - Of Blah, no Friends, an adoption and sundry whatever. Archive 8 - Of Summaries, numpties, smiths, spark pics and so forth. Archive 9 - Of Death to England, indenting, UnBirthdays and whatnot. Archive 10 - Of Bloody Admins, UU losing it, sitcoms,and more piffle. Archive 11 - Of Bans, fish puns and final pre-marital blethering. Archive 12 - Of Australia, ring fingers, huge asses and suchlike. Archive 13 - Of face facts, afternoons, oldness and whatnot. Archive 14 - Of apostrophes, festivities, pants and all that jazz. Archive 15 - Of oppage, zombie poopsmiths and similar shenanigans. Archive 16 - Of bots, ageism, Signposts and what have you. Archive 17 - Of something, I'm pretty sure. Archive 18 - Of many things, possibly including carpenters and kings. Archive 19 - Of temps perdu, among other things. Archive 20 - Of the lost chord, for all that it matters. Archive 21 - Of whatever - no-one reads these archive links anyway. Archive 22 - Of Lord, please don't let me be Misunderstood. Archive 23 - Of an epic amount of stuff, quite frankly. Archive 24 - Of course I can help you reset your password. Archive 25 - Of awards, Signposts and wibble; business as usual then. Archive 26 - Of family business, mostly. Archive 26 - Of all kinds of gubbins. Archive 27 - Of trumpets, towers tenements. Archive 28 - Of wide oceans full of tears. Archive 29 - Of nothing that should concern you. Archive 30 - Of signs, portents and omens. Maybe. Archive 31 - Of IRL, in the main, I think. Archive 32 - Of loads of Signposts, and sundry guff. Archive 33
New stuff on bottom please. And if you leave a message here, I will almost certainly not respond. But if I do, I will respond here. It keeps things easy to follow, and at my age, I need that!
Important rule: there is a word. It starts with an "r" and rhymes with "cape". Don't use it on my page please, it annoys the hell out of me.
Finally, as I'm that sad, I reserve the right to correct spelling on this talk page if it irks me enough. Please don't take it as an insult to your writing skills, take it as proof that I have no life.
HAI! Can you edit on both sites, instead of just one? That would be nice. Oh where are my manners. I'm DungeonSiegeAddict510, but you can call me DSA510, or Denza, or Bisexual Aspie Otaku Crossdresser... (don't ask yet...) I'm mostly here for cleanup, spam reversion, and editing some articles for consistency, or quality control. Anyhow, please enjoy your stay here! Thanks! --The Shield of Azunai DSA510My Edits! 20:01, August 9, 2013 (UTC)
"Enjoy your stay". Heh. I did. About three years ago. I keep thinking about making a glorious comeback. Then I remember that I don't have the shitload of free time I used to. Then I go eat some ice cream. Speaking of which, where's my spoon? --UU - natter21:02, Aug 9
I ate it. It was delicious. Also, hi UU, I'm an admin here now, since January. So is Spike. Romartus is also an active admin on this site, but some of the other admins left for the other site. ChiefJusticeDS and Mordillo still make appearances here occasionally. -- Simsilikesims(♀UN)Talk here. 21:50, August 9, 2013 (UTC)
Hi Sims. Yeah, I know most of that - I occasionally look in, just rarely bother editing. A combination of being ridiculously tired, lacking motivation, and being depressed by the split. Still, I do enjoy having a look around now and then. Now, prove you're a real, worthy Uncyclopedia admin by joke banning the living fuck out of me. I deserve a damn good joke banning, goddamn it. --UU - natter20:26, Aug 10
Oh, hang on - you did. Been so long I'd forgotten what it felt like. I need more! Also: you bothered to archive that load of tosh? Thanks - I guess. ;-) --UU - natter20:30, Aug 10
Hello, Under user! I know "Cajek ban jokes" is classics but we don't need it anymore, do we? Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 07:11, August 10, 2013 (UTC)
UU hasn"t been active here for sometime Anton. Cajek joke line is of a different era. I would keep it unless we can come up with a better alternative. The other old in-joke was Codeine's mum, a supposed bench test on whether a regular user we get the joke, --RomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 09:45, August 10, 2013 (UTC)
Yeah, I heard of Codeine's mum and I thought it was rather funny although I did not know who Codeine was. Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 10:37, August 10, 2013 (UTC)
Is it hurting anyone? I can't see it doing any harm, and speaking as an older user who rarely if ever visits, I like seeing it crop up occasionally. Does you good to remember where you came from occasionally, y'know? --UU - natter20:22, Aug 10
Well, sure. Only for you (you were the only one who noticed me deleting this). Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 20:27, August 10, 2013 (UTC)
Was only thinking I'll have to dig out an email for you last month, I read out "Fear And Loathing In Blackpool, Lancs" at a storytelling gathering in West Yorkshire. Mixed responses, but all things considered went down a lot better than I thought it might. First time I've ever used the phrase "coagulated Moose semen" to a roomful of people.... -- Sir Mhaille (talk to me)
You did what? Wow, that's impressive. I'm guessing a few people won't have known where to look, and a couple of them may have tactfully avoided you afterwards. That's one of the articles I'm most proud of from my time here, actually, glad to hear it got an outing. I'd love to have seen the reactions... --UU - natter19:57, Apr 1
Close your eyes and imagine a load of posh people in Haworth, home of the Brontes, sitting in stunned silence. It was a moment of steer beauty. Had to read it quite deadpan, and without snickering, and it did get a round of applause. Sadly only one or two present were aware of the original, was great seeing their reaction as I read it. For one brief moment I traveled in the shadow of Mr Thompson.... -- Sir Mhaille (talk to me)