edit Hey! Welcome to Uncyclopedia
Hey! Hi! Nice to see you and hello, Xbox2002! I'm Yettie, and I've just dropped in because I've noticed your contributions. So here I am, just popping in, to offer you a little advice and some handy links! Lucky you!
I hope you like the place and decide to stay, but if not, the door's right over there... no, a little more to your right... yeah. Anyway, here are a few good links for newcomers. I really recommend you check them out, even if you only skim over them. These are the links that all the cool and sexy admins started from and worked their way up from. if you want to, one day, be a cool and sexy admin, you must read through them:
If you read anything at all, make it the above three links. I'm presuming you can read, of course. You can read, can't you?
There is the Uncyclopedian Adopt-a-Noob Program. It's a scheme that is designed to bring experienced editors straight to you. Any editor on our list of available mentors will be happy to "adopt" you and look after you as you start your Uncyclopedia life. You can ask anyone from that list that you want, if they'll adopt you on their talkpage.
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- To find out more about Uncyclopedia or for more help, click [show] for some useful links.
- Sign your name! Pretty please (click [show])!
- Please sign your name on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~) or use the "sign" button () above the edit box. This will automatically produce your name and the date. You can also create a custom signature, if you want by following this guide.
- Tips on writing articles...and some other things you can do (click [show]).
- At Uncyclopedia, you don't have to write articles, if you don't want to. But it certainly is a fun and easy way to express your creativity. To write an article, it's a very good idea to start it in your userspace (for example, User:Xbox2002/Article about stuff) so you can edit it at your leisure. No one will mess with it as long as it's in your userspace, and later you can move it to the mainspace. Of course there are other areas to get involved in, such as reviewing people's articles, or creating games or even making lots of little edits to improve Uncyclopedia. Whatever takes your fancy (as long as it's constructive, not destructive).
I hope you enjoy editing here and being an Uncyclopedian! Again, welcome! - Sir FSt Don Yettie [20:12 28 Jan]