User talk:WhySoSerious

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edit Welcome!


"Some welcome Jaffa Cakes for you!"

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edit Pee review

I didn't actually request the pee review for Happy Thoughts. I put it up because the author couldn't figure out how to do it herself. However, having read your review, I feel I should tell you that it wasn't sufficiently detailed. I'm very aware that reviewing can be hard, but if you do it you should give more than a sentence of explanation for each section. If you compare what you wrote, to my recent review of a different article, you'll see how much more explanation is needed.

Don't worry about it, though. I wouldn't expect new users to write reviews until they've got at least two or three months' uncyc experience behind them.

One last thing. The normal routine for talk pages is to respond where the first comment was written. I've made an exception here, since you requested otherwise, but in future, when you write on someone's talk page, add it to your watchlist as they are likely to respond there. -- 15Mickey20 (talk to Mickey)  19:19, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

edit pee review, again

hey there WSS. you now have three reviews under your belt, and it seems you're not quite giving the level of detail that the authors of the articles have requested. also, in your latest review, you come off as rather harsh towards the author. for your next review, i suggest trying your hand at one of the requests in the queue marked with a (quick) at the end, since those generally require less detail. that should help you get the hang of doing reviews. also, in the future, keep in mind that pee review is a forum for constructive criticism, rather than unnecessary rudeness. thanks! SirGerrycheeversGunTalk 15:26, 29 August 2008 (UTC)

edit Nomination

A little while back you asked me if you could nom my Why?:Isn't there a toilet in the woods article for feature. Just thought I'd stop by to tell you it's actually on VFH right now, so feel free to go vote if you wish. --Mr. Monkey Sockmonkey Pant-hoot here. 17:57, 1 September 2008 (UTC)

edit KND

hey WSS, i noticed you put in another review request for Codename: Kids Next Door. i think if you want another opinion you should get it, it would certainly help. however, you really haven't changed enough for me to review the article again. i do think you've improved it (see my talk page), but i also think you have some more work to do. so, i recommend removing the part of the review stating 'this is just for gerry', since i'd be hard-pressed to add anything other than what i've already said, and get another reviewer's perspective. SirGerrycheeversGunTalk 21:17, 4 September 2008 (UTC)

Response to my review is on my talk page ~PAtkinson (word up, kids!) 23:09, Nov 24

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