Talk:Chinese language

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no, this article should not be merged. It stands on it's own perfectly and is pretty funny. --Marcos_Malo S7fc BOotS | Talk 09:15, 25 Aug 2005 (UTC)

  • Actually had intended was to suggest the present stub Chinese article to be merged to this article (and perhaps leave a disambiguation page in its place). I'm sorry for the misunderstanding. 09:57, 25 Aug 2005 (UTC)

R=L ?[edit]

Should we change all the "r"s in this article to "l"s? MwM 18:52, 18 May 2006 (UTC)

No, it's not very funny at all. It's just stupid and makes the article hard to read (that's more a Japanese than Chinese thing anyway) - Camelpimp

Erm... Ok I don't really know what to do here but someone's deleted the whole thing... I tried restoring a past version but I don't really know what to do so it's a mess everywhere... just informing yous.

Question about a recent edit - traditional versus simplified Chinese[edit]

I'm not all that literate in Chinese, but I can figure out that in this edit, there were some traditional Chinese characters changed to simplified Chinese (for more information about line 72: wikipedia:Fuck#Chinese languages). Should this be reverted? --Pentium5dot1|t~^_^~c 04:47, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

A Chinese AAAAAAAAA[edit]

Do you think this should be on here?

诶诶诶诶诶诶诶诶诶诶诶诶!MrCleveland 19:22, October 1, 2009 (UTC)

Less Lists[edit]

Seriously, only humourless, non-creative, lazy, stupid, incoherent, racist, greedy, lying, fat, undesirable, baby-eating etc. etc. people write lists. Flesh out the article! When I get around to rewriting this (in the next twenty years, hopefully), there will be a list genocide! Continuous prose are obviously the superior and purer race! Sig Heil! --~Scriptsiggy.JPG 10:50, 2009 Nov 1