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Uncyclopedia: Thank You for the Time and Attention re: My Request as to Restoration of Huffed Article That Became Very Timely[edit source]

Hello Again, Leverage:

I noticed you took some time to consider the points/questions/concerns I originally raised here as still stated below, and I want you to know your prompt and thorough attention and response are much appreciated and stand out as showing a high level of professionalism. I concede the article in question is FAR from perfect and that (in my opinion) it rates amongst my poorest works. Hence your remaining concerns are duly noted and are taken as fair. All I can say is it was one of the first articles I ever wrote - prior to each of the 17 Features I would go on to author (which I concede marks me as between a lightweight and a welterweight for quantity of Features, considering the number of users who have racked up high double-digit and even TRIPLE digit tallies of Featured articles authored).

Still, I would not judge the quality of the corpus of work of any one of them based on the very high standards they have set for themselves via all their Features. which are both prolific and amongst the site’s “best of the best.” I doubt many of them look back to their first handful of articles (whatever they happen to he) and tell themselves they had to the process “down pat” and “in the bag” so early on. Time, experience, feedback and talent got them up to where they are today. But strict scrutiny is not necessarily the most fitting level of scrutiny to apply to a relatively weak early work by an improved author; we’ve all seen “cringe” articles on the site that we’d each assert has no saving grace to justify its continued existence on the site… and I don’t think any of the authors who “blossomed” every wrote articles early on that were so poor when compared with the “lowest common denominator” of articles allowed to remain on this site that they would merit being huffed.

I certainly do not fawn with pride over my early articles and frankly forget many as relatively mediocre; but Huffing is to an article what an Admin Ban is to a user - it is the “nuclear option.” As such anything beyond highly restrained use of such measures is bound to harm the site more than improve it as the site’s article count starts evaporating and NOOB authors are cut off or highly discouraged from contributing before they have the chance to “find their voice” and hone their craft. While many will not become exemplary, some always will - and I would not want to wager who will fall into which class based on their respective first 2 or 3 articles.

As for technical issues, I agree with you - it is odd how the state of the site can often lead to a handful or even just one inference regarding how a particle issue played out - and yet often find it impossible to find the “e-paper trail” on the site’s logs and history of particular developments that HAD TO HAVE HAPPENED for the current status quo to exist. It can feel like wading through a data pool where causality is optional, current situations defy site logic, and some huge portion of the site operates like a Magic Eightball or a Black Box. For someone at you spot on the ladder, this must be particularly frustrating at times. If I can help untangle or straighten anything out to help - and save you or others some drugery, please let me know. I would be happy to be of nuts-and-bolts assistance. I get that many things that need doing are not going to be glamorous. Too much is shouldered by too few.

Again, thank you. “For the record”, below is my original outreach. Sir NoNamesLeft (GUN) WotM NotM 18:33, 12 November 2023 (UTC) ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Hello Leverage:

This is Sir NoNamesLeft (GUN) WotM NotM 00:01, 16 October 2023 (UTC). I wrote an article just a couple of years before you joined Uncyclopedia some time ago, entitled “New and Improved Mexico”. I’m reaching out to you because the aforementioned article was up on the site for many years prior to suddenly being huffed (apparently by you). I am thus requesting you reconsider that action and restore the article to the site, seeing how it has proven particularly prescient of events-to-cone, and now presents the reader with a true oarody or satire of a real-world recent development.

In mid-October 2023 a video was posted on YouTube entitled, “Texas Seizes Cartel Island Island in the Rio Grande in Risky First-of-a-Kind Operation”. It features a picture of at least a dozen (mostly-Anglo) militants brandishing a flowing Texas State Flag in the foreground; the background consists of a chaparral-covered small island in broad daylight. Simply searching for this article by title on YouTube will readily bring the video up. It apparently was posted by the “Center for Immigration Studies” in earlier this month (October 2023).

this is highly relevant because the article you huffed some time ago (“New and Improved Mexico) was written with many of the themes now manifest in real-life Texas in mind. I named thr article by using a play on words involving (1) the US State of “New Mexico” and (2) the advertising catchline “new and improved”. The substance of the article, however, was particularly salient in light of recent events. I wrote of an imaginary island republic in the middle of the Rio Grande River near Texas, which had (fictionally) been officially established as a quasi Narco-State, taking advantage of its insular status to become a highly lucrative waypoint between Mexico and the United States for the purposes of facilitating the illegal drug and weapon trades. The article was an intentionally ridiculous run through concept that honed in on a semi-serious topic. Via a satire or parody of what might be, the article was meant meant serve as a wah to get people thinking about the possibility that such an island might actually be used as base of operations - a sort of neutral Switzerland - over which any organized entity could establish control and then utilize as a “gray-zone” theater between the two large countries on either side of the river to conduct smuggling campaigns regarding caches of machine guns and assault rifles headed south into Mexico as contraband from the US, on the one hand, and various narcotics and other controlled substances headed north from Mexico, on the other hand.

One of the major themes of the article was how easy this would be to do, considering most such islands are completely uninhabited and tend to fall under the proverbial radar of either country’s border vigilance efforts, being nothing but tiny islands subject to flash floods. Indeed, it now appears that a real-life drug cartel from Mexico established just such a base of operations on very such an island in the Rio Grande River between the US and Mexico - only to then be overcome by a group of (apparently) vigilante Texans. These psuedo-paramilitary Lone-Star Islanders did in fact “invade“ the Mexican cartel’s insular space, therby seizing control of it by force of arms (as shown by the photograph graciously provided by the Center for Immigration Studies as the tag-line pic for its recent Youtube upload).

Had my article not been huffed somewhat unceremoniously some years past, the present situation would now provide a darkly comic instance of “fact imitating fiction.” Considering, however, that the article “New and Improved Mexico” was quickly huffed a number of years ago, there is now no prospect of a humorous article gaining a boost by taking on a “fact imitates fiction” element to it, as it otherwise would have done.

I understand different people have different tastes when it comes to humor, and I respect this reality. This being said, however, it seems comedy tends to be better appreciated and worthy of consideration and preservation when its creator(s) invest a significant amount of thought, time and effort into the process of generating anx honing the comedic work. (Likewise, brief stabs at comedy via spur-of-the-moment, disorganized and rambling strings of gags or slovenly-assembled “schticks” - be they in video, oral or written form - more often resemble roughshod attempts as humor which miss their apparent mark by lacking thematic clarity, a central focus, a consistent and context-appropriate style, a degree of length that also adds depth, the clever use of wordplay, irony, absurdism, parody, satire, or sophistication (jokes that work on multiple levels simultaneously), and perhaps most of all a foundation rooted in a topic ripe for ridicule. Moreover, “poor-quality” comedy is often spotted based on certain features that tend to undercut - rather than increase - the comedic appeal of the work; such factors include a high reliance on “low brow” or grade-school humor, a host of ubiquitous clichés and tired-out “throw-away” gags, the use of shock-value content as a substitute for content with any bona fide comedic edge, sets of obscure references or “in-jokes” almost guaranteed to go over the proverbial heads of the target audience, and a general lack of wit and similar devices that lend themselves well to comedy).

Given the above, it seems “good comedy” is easier to define based on what it is NOT, than upon what it IS. Nevertheless as the author of the article in question (“New and Improved Mexico”), I can attest the possibility that significantly more care and thought went into the article than perhaps was apparent upon a quick perusal. As evidence of this, it is noteworthy that time has now vindicated this point - and then some. It is hard to argue reasonably with the position that a hallmark of good humor is the ability to anticipate and voice future real-world events through a satirical filter so that when the event occurs - and someone then comes across the pre-existing comedic content - that “someone” experiences an elevated sense of comic relief. This would result from the combination of whatever “laughs” the content of the comedic work inherently elicits, and the unexpected, uncanny feeling of déjà vu that the person would likely experience due to having recently seen or heard of some real-life event very similar to that which what the comedic work fictionally portrays (with the real event occurring well AFTER the humorous work was created).

I submit that the article “New and Improved Mexico” hits the proverbial nail on the head in this regard. It was replete with pics of the eponymous fictional, fledgling narco-state. Its island location within the Rio Grande river was shown via over-the-top ridiculous photographs of an island nation in space, as well as real-world topographic maps of islets in the Rio Grande River with full color, notations, scale, location details. The article also described the “government“ of the island as being an “anti-narcocracy” dedicated to the proposition that all people should be able to freely transgress the island carrying whatever medicinal or controlled substances and/or weaponry they wished without physical interference or legal penalty.

The article hit on topics of its time and of today. The article expressly stated that the island would be a refuge for human trafficking “coyotes“, poor undocumented immigrants, fortune-seeking drug-traffickers, and crimibal arms smugglers, all without respect to race, religion, nationality, etc. In short, the article worked in a satirical way to parody the notion that some kind of organized, structured body politic might take control of an island in the middle of the long river bordering Mexico and the US and intentionally use it as a lucrative haven for otherwise illicit activities (actually thereby lowering violence levels, territorial in-fighting, and “gangland” turf-wars so as to basically allow what happens anyways, to happen - but without the violence and death that is so often visited upon uninvolved bystanders and others with no ties to such underworldly (coined a term, maybe) undertakings).

Just as a final illustration of my point, the article expressly provides that the island city/state was to use its own currency, called the “Narco Dollar”, and describes how the reverse side of the $1 Narco bill would depict the image of a southbound person in a motor boat filled with assault weapons, waving at a northbound person heading to United States with whatever unauthorized people of contraband might be aimed for the river-shore of the US. This portrait was to show the two people recognized each other’s roles in a sort of show of solidarity - all enabled and facilitated by ”New and Improved Mexico.” This strikes at the very heart of the new development regarding the Texan vigilantes who, just days ago, used military weaponry, apparel, and tactics to seize an island in the Rio Grande River from the control of a Mexican drug-smuggling cartel by force. The humor perhaps springs from the knowledge from over a decade that such “seizures” are made in vain: given the nature of such endeavors, the displaced cartel has undoubtedly already set up shop, so to speak, in some other location, and is thus continuing to funnel from Mexico to the United States whatever contraband it focuses on smuggling - all without losing hardly any profit in the process.

So now a real-life development fittingly serves as a foil to the manner in which the article describes the founding of the fictional island nation that it discusses - one whereby a group of ragtag immigrants and others commandeered a rowboat, took it to their desired island, cleared out the few resident smugglers there with spiked piñata baseball bats. The fictional island city-state thus evokes the notion of historical Spanish conquistadors sailing over water to land and then seizing it via violence for arbitrary and dubious purposes, while also foreseeing a time in the near future when post-modern “neo-colonists” might seek to set up insulated bases of operation by crossing waterways to settle their operations on tiny, unassuming islands as outposts of black-market commerce between the US and Mexico - all, ironically enough in real-life, just to be evicted by armed latter-day Texan vigilante nationalists.

Again, the video on youtube is entitled:

Texas Seizes Cartel Island Island in the Rio Grande in Risky First-of-a-Kind Operation

If you’d be kind enough to take a moment to review the Youtube video and compare it to the huffed article, it seems that many parallels are certainly present. Particularly to the extent which the article might not have previously been seen as timely in nature - or simply “too random or goofy“ to be deemed of comedic merit - the situation has largely changed now, given the occurrence of such an oddly coincidental “real-life” development regarding the very subject matter that the huffed article deals With. This development ought to increase the comedic, satirical value of the article and makes it worthwhile to reconsider its previous huffing. Perhaps the article was, more than anything else, oddly too far ahead of its time back when it was huffed. Whether or not this is the case, now is a fitting time to reestablish “New and Improved Mexico” as an article here on Uncyclopedia.

@NoNamesLeft: I went ahead and hacked it up, partially because of your request and partially because I couldn’t find the VFD archive. I’m assuming this won’t piss anyone off, but worst case scenario we can userfy the article until it’s sufficiently improved to address the concerns in the VFD, which, again, I couldn’t find. MrX blow me Emoji-drool.gif 00:13, 16 October 2023 (UTC)

Uncyclopedia:Re-feature queue[edit source]

Do you know what's happening with this? Apparently, Xam left and the whole project stopped. I thought we decided that an old article was supposed to be re-featured for every three new features. I think if this was to be resumed, we wouldn't need Oscar's picture or anything like that. (And admit, the picture does get a bit boring after a while). Anton (talk) 14:03, 7 August 2015 (UTC)

Sorry for not being of any assistance to you in terms of featuring things. I don't know if you have noticed but my rights have been removed. Anton (talk) 12:34, 9 August 2015 (UTC)

VFH[edit source]

Hey Leverage, add .featurecode { display: inline !important; color:black; } to User:Leverage/uncyclopedia.css! It's magic. Anton (talk) 15:04, 10 August 2015 (UTC)

I just tried it but I think I already put it in there. It's the thing so you see the green and red button on Vfh right??? Leverage (talk) 11:03, 13 August 2015 (UTC)

Shop[edit source]

Follow-up: looks like Printfection changed their business model on us on July 31, so we no longer have a shop. Thanks for mentioning it to me; I probably wouldn't have noticed it for about another six months. ~ BB ~ (T) Icons-flag-us.pngThu, Aug 13 '15 1:45 (UTC)

Wow, that sounds serious. Is there a way to get it back or contact another organization that'd be willing to collaborate with us? Anton (talk) 08:26, 13 August 2015 (UTC)
I love the current page anyway. To be honest, after what Miley said about shipping, I thought it was pretty unuseable. There is a British page called [1] which I can recommend. I make all my Lucy Thai Why Wont You Marry Me? t shirts there. I don't know about shipping internationally though. Maybe the (slightly gay) solution would be to have similar shops for different territories? Leverage (talk) 11:03, 13 August 2015 (UTC)

User:MyOwnBadSelf/Leninade[edit source]

What do you think of it? You can help out if you want. Icons-flag-au.png MUN MyOwnBadSelf, The HMC Writer (talk - stalk - block) 09:59, 15 August 2015 (UTC)

Protection change request[edit source]

MadMax seems to have made a mistake, when protecting features as he gave them a full (administrators only) instead of a semi-protection (autoconfirmed users only). So would it please be possible for you to change the protection of the following pages: Corn snake, The Evolution of Modern Music, American cuisine, Uncyclopedian and UnScripts:Prometheus? Anton (talk) 17:00, 15 August 2015 (UTC)

By the way, there seems to be a great number of recent features that haven't been protected at all. But I don't know if it was a mistake or a policy. Anton (talk)
I have to admit: till i saw zb's additions to adminning, i didn't know we had to change their status - I thought it was automatic. I don't see it as too automatic, it's not as though there is a culture of attacking these articles. I will try to change the status of the others. Leverage (talk) 09:04, 16 August 2015 (UTC)
Thanks! Do you need a list of articles that need protection? Anton (talk) 09:10, 16 August 2015 (UTC)
Sorry, I misread your message. It's fine, I am not sure that protecting all features is that useful. On another topic, have you noticed that Before Broken Britain has been featured for tomorrow? Perhaps move BBB to the bottom, below the wild horses, and change the date to August 19 or 20? Anton (talk) 09:40, 16 August 2015 (UTC)

Another request if you don't mind[edit source]

The voting at VFH goes at a snail's pace, so I am thinking: would it be possible to Special:MassMessage all our active (non-blocked) users to ask them to vote? Some might be new users unaware of the VFH system, while for some it might serve as a reminder that there are many new nominations. If you agree, I have already written the message to send out, which is just below. Anton (talk) 10:21, 16 August 2015 (UTC)

Uncyclopedia needs YOUR help![edit source]

Uncyclopedia cannot feature an article if nobody votes for it. VFH, the page where we vote on our best articles currently has plenty of nominations (21, to be precise) that are still waiting to be featured, because - as you have already guessed - there aren't enough people voting on them. That means that either we have plenty of great articles waiting to be read by you or that we have very few people voting on them. You can help in both cases. Anton (talk) 10:21, 16 August 2015 (UTC)

Just having a look at VFH and we have 21 items, 15 of them have a score of less than 4. Anton has nommed 10 of the 21 (three are from the recent Happy Monkey Comp, a couple are self-nominations) and the last four of them nominated have only a single vote (by the nominator). Everyotherusernamewastaken has nommed 4 of them (one is a self-nom), and 3 out of 4 have less than 4 votes, two of them have been on VFH for 2 to 3 months (at one point we used to have a 1 month smiting point for articles that didn't look like they were going to make the grade). MyOwnBadSelf has nommed two (one with a score of 1 another with a score of -2).
With respect to the authors of the articles it could be that the quality or the type of humour of those nominated aren't sparking enough love to warrant people voting for them? Over the last ten days we do have a 7, a 6 and a 5 on some articles which would indicate that some activity is there. I do think often when you have a small number of people nominating articles it does tend to focus on their own sense of humour, rather than a "broad church" approach.
For me personally I'd like to see less mass nominations by individuals (or even little cliques) and more from across the entire community. Maybe if we limit nominations that any individual can only have say three concurrently on VFH and only one may be a self-nomination, if might help to push only the articles that they feel are of extra quality to be featured? -- Sir Mhaille Icons-flag-gb.png (talk to me)
Mhaille, I understand your concerns, but let's see if we can get people to vote on the existing pages first. That's my point. We used to have the UnSignpost to remind them of the monthly awards and VFH and now we don't, so I don't think another type of a talkpage reminder once in a while would do any harm. I personally would be against the restricting rule: I really enjoy nominating stuff others write. It's a great way to promote writers and to bring back those who have left. I personally really enjoy seeing different humour styles (including on the main page) and try to promote diversity as well. Nothing is as different from your HMC winning article as Snarglefoop's Dodo, and nothing is as different from IFYMB!'s banana UnNews as British ski jumpers. Self-noms might be a problem (I am aware that currently 4 of my pages are on VFH), but if nominating others' work was a regular thing, I personally would prefer not to resort to them. What I think we are dealing with here is ordinary laziness or people forgetting that VFH exists. Introducing a new rule like that, that might not fix anything but will definitely limit contributions of some people will be a lot more troublesome, than just reminding everyone to vote. Anton (talk) 17:08, 16 August 2015 (UTC)
I just killed all the old ones with low health. I agree that there were too many, and that if there are too many, it's kind of overwhelming to potential voters. Our aim should be that if people click on Vfh, they actually end up voting rather than clicking back (that's why I put all the votes and shit at the bottom yesterday). I wouldn't want to introduce any (more) rules, I'd prefer just to give serial nominators like Anton our point of view. In his defence, a Vfh with no new noms would also feel dead, so I think it's up to us as experienced users to exercise good judgement. Leverage (talk) 17:14, 16 August 2015 (UTC)
Always thought that, unless the number of the nominations got well over twenty, so that it'd be literally impossible to keep track of them, more noms just encouraged people to read, to write and to vote. That's how it works for me, at least. Perhaps I over-nominated in the last few days. My main goal is to welcome writers, no matter whether they're new or veteran. Mhaille, I remember how you commented on the fact that two of your pages got nommed without you having to whore them anywhere. I assume it was a positive feeling and that's the real goal here. If a nomination, an encouragement welcomes back a great writer but makes reading VFH just a little more tedious for an average voter, I'd personally still do it. But I understand your opinion. Anton (talk) 17:39, 16 August 2015 (UTC)

Jimmy Carter[edit source]

On this article, should the subject be referred to more as "Mr. Peanut" or "Jimmy Carter"? I have to admit, the former might seem lame at first, but it actually made me laugh out loud, because it's just so surreal. Still, the joke might get tired after a while.--EpicWinner (talk) 14:51, 27 August 2015 (UTC)

I did a similar silly one for President Hoover. I have to say I had to google carter to even get the reference here. My impression after skim reading it was that it looks like different people wrote it. It might be nice, if you want to, to go through it and make it more consistently peanut with some thoughtful exceptions to leaven the joke. Leverage (talk) 07:20, 28 August 2015 (UTC)

Congrats![edit source]

As a reward for your selfless toil, your single-handed upkeep of the once-proud[1] institution known as UnNews, and for being an all-around nice guy who only occasionally uploads pictures of autofellatio, please accept this most humble award, with its glorious-yet-unspoken inscription "go fuck yourself with a saguaro, you worthless bastard". Do heed its advice, and as no less a dignitary than Sigmund Freud once said, "Live long and prosper"! ~ BB ~ (T) Icons-flag-us.pngTue, Sep 1 '15 4:40 (UTC)

Useless Gobshite of the Month Award Useless Gobshite of the Month August 2015

  1. loljk

Features[edit source]

Please remember to semi-protect them when adding them to the queue yeah? Thankies. ~Sir Frosty (Talk to me!) Proudly bogan 05:50, 10 September 2015 (UTC)

A REWARD[edit source]

For everyone who has my talk page on their watchlist.

I sporked this for here. Thanks! ~Formerly Annoying Crap 19:11, 15 October 2015

Spotted Dick![edit source]

User:Zana Dark/Template:Mother

And check this out ~Formerly Annoying Crap 07:24, 28 September 2015

You Complete Asshole![edit source]

User:Zana Dark/Templates/Purple Nurples/15

And check this out: Youtube ~Formerly Annoying Crap 19:35, 16 October 2015

Very swish. You are a clever sausage with all this formatting lark. I hope you are putting it to good use in your day job too. Ps. I had a look at that page with the randomness and drunk stuff and it occurred to me you like might like . As the name suggests, it tends to be open to near the knuckle racist/sexist jokes, but I still find myself laughing at stuff even if I think, politically speaking, it's a bit lame or reductive. e.g.:

What do Koreans put on when they're taking their dog out?

Oven gloves.

Leverage (talk) 22:47, 16 October 2015 (UTC)

Day Job? LOL I'm retired. Literally, I'm almost 35... way too old for that shit. But thanks, you know I love it when you call me sausage. ~Formerly Annoying Crap 23:59, 16 October 2015

Horoscopes...[edit source]

Maybe you can use this image?

Hey ~Formerly Annoying Crap 03:15, 20 October 2015

Yo pretty funny[edit source]

The ageing software shit article, I mean. First time in ages I've actually laughed at a new uncyc article. Style Oranssiviiva.jpg Guide 12:34, 12 November 2015 (UTC)

Ceiling fan > dick thingy funny as well[edit source]

Style Oranssiviiva.jpg Guide 12:38, 12 November 2015 (UTC)

I only now realized you had asked if I'm contactable...[edit source]

...something like one and a half years ago. Yes, I am. Leave a word or two on my talk page and meet me in chat some day perhaps? Unless the fire is already out. Style Oranssiviiva.jpg Guide 12:53, 12 November 2015 (UTC)

Thank you dude, always nice to get non-Facebook based feedback. I can't remember why I got in contact, it was probably to ask for an illustration or something... Might have been related to Captain Autofellatio but we kind of made do with Google. Leverage (talk) 09:28, 13 November 2015 (UTC)

An idea[edit source]

The ageing software shit news: how about a spinoff that asks why the University wants to make the prince look like a girl (teenage picture looks a lot that way). Style Oranssiviiva.jpg Guide 17:37, 14 November 2015 (UTC)

Since I seem to be back I will write that one myself. Style Oranssiviiva.jpg Guide 08:41, 17 November 2015 (UTC)

Good stuff. Nice to see someone doing rather than just buggering around. Leverage (talk) 10:58, 17 November 2015 (UTC)

Star Wars[edit source]

Since the new Star Wars movie is coming up, do you know anyone who could write an article on the greatest villain ever, Sheev?--EpicWinner (talk) 23:33, 7 December 2015 (UTC)

User:Wageslav has written about 12 star wars articles in the last month... Leverage (talk) 09:35, 8 December 2015 (UTC)

Help[edit source]

Sorry to bug you, but could you maybe do a peer review of my new article? I'd like to see it get up to FA.--EpicWinner (talk) 00:42, 5 January 2016 (UTC)

UnNews:Link found between watching Super Bowl and Concussion[edit source]

LOL very good! I expect you'll be nominating it on VFH, or do I do it? Talk Mattsnow 19:37, 7 February 2016 (UTC)

I would have expected an answer to my generous offer, but eh, I nominated it :D Talk Mattsnow 21:49, 9 February 2016 (UTC)
hehe sorry I didn't think people would go for it. Shows what i know. Leverage (talk) 12:42, 10 February 2016 (UTC)


FEEL FREE TO KIL FMRE FORE IT!!! COOL GUY! The Woodburninator Wood burning.gif Minimal Effort  06:41, 8 February 2016 (UTC)

:( The Woodburninator Wood burning.gif Minimal Effort  09:42, 8 February 2016 (UTC)
But... All my hard work.... The Woodburninator Wood burning.gif Minimal Effort  09:44, 8 February 2016 (UTC)
4.5 - 0 on VFH! TEH COMMINYIT. SAYS INAM FUNNY! Booooo The Woodburninator Wood burning.gif Minimal Effort  09:48, 8 February 2016 (UTC)
My apologies, I assumed you were like one of those beta males who go to brothels and ask to be beaten. Leverage (talk) 09:50, 8 February 2016 (UTC)
Oh sure. Pick on the drunken whore mongers. #AdminAbuse2016 MIRITE?!?? The Woodburninator Wood burning.gif Minimal Effort |
Yeah, great! End the page where people say they love my hard article work and not just fix your own mistake and #BringBackMyArtivle! Ugh. Such classic too big for their britches admisn! #OpAbusr #OpAbuse2016 #classic The Woodburninator Wood burning.gif Minimal Effort  12:54, 8 February 2016 (UTC)

Wes Anderson feature thingy[edit source]

This could work. – roza (talk ☭ ctbslog) 09:31, 21 February 2016 (UTC)


is an American director, famous for his films

Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums and Moonrise Kingdom

as well as his close working relationships with actors such as










One must take into account that while many of his films have similar motifs and styles, they are all at the same time very original and all their own.

This article was written in partnership with Roman Coppola. (more...)

Great job, well done! Leverage (talk) 14:07, 21 February 2016 (UTC)

Josef Stalin[edit source]

Thanks for the work and re-editing - I prefer your Joe the Poet joke to mine over at the Spoon. I would have vote in favour (vanity) but last time I cast I used the ballot here I got a seven day ban from the Treehouse Channel. Keep up the good work at the Fork, keep us honest over at the Spoon. --Laurels.gifRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 12:35, 28 February 2016 (UTC)

I think the poet joke was by the aptly named Wageslav, I just proofread a little. I don't see the problem with you voting for whatever you want. The internet is full of prats. Leverage (talk) 13:36, 29 February 2016 (UTC)

IP Addresses[edit source]

Too bad those guys don't log into... so we can move those pages to their userspace. -- Magical Leprechaun Kiss me I'm Irish! 14:27, 17 March 2016 (UTC)

VFH[edit source]

Hi Leverage. Recently someone came into the IRC complaining that the past features weren't displaying correctly and that no one bothers to try and fix it. They then left without bothering to try and fix it. They did suggest to me that featuring a new article would fix it so, knowing that I would only fuck it up further, I endeavoured to feature an article and have fucked it up further. Help? - B@NZai k!tten BANZAI! (Meow?)B 16:47, 6 April 2016 (UTC)

Hey, you didn't do anything wrong. That Oscar Wilde image cannot be up if a page is being featured, they both appear. The template to edit that is here: Template:Featuredarticle/include. If you look at the history, you either add or subtract those 118kb. I have done it anyway. As for the recently featured thing, it won't work unless there are actually recently featured articles in the queue. I have deleted it for now, editing that same template. Leverage (talk) 20:56, 6 April 2016 (UTC)

Fantastic - B@NZai k!tten BANZAI! (Meow?)B 08:04, 7 April 2016 (UTC)

VFD[edit source]

Hey Leverage, can you delete some of those articles that have been languishing on VFD for nearly four months now?--Abacab (talk) 22:03, 9 May 2016 (UTC)

Yay![edit source]

You're still around!!! ♥♥♥  ~ BB ~ (T) Icons-flag-us.pngSat, May 28 '16 4:17 (UTC)

competition[edit source]

I don't know how I missed your talkpage for this. Do sign up if you have the time!!! ShabiDOO 13:04, 28 May 2016 (UTC)

Can you promote this on the Uncyclopedia banner notice?[edit source]

Forum:VOTE Top 10 of 2015

Thanks.  Kamek siggy.png ŤäŁķ ¿Ș₮áłĶ?฿¡฿↓¡ography 01:53 6.30.16

Yuk x2[edit source]

That is correct. How DID I upset Sophia in the first place?

Moonlight Shadows 14:44, 16 July 2016 (UTC)

No idea. Don't ask just write, that's my motto. Leverage (talk) 15:02, 16 July 2016 (UTC)
Yikes! I've been cloned

This is going to be an UnNews Article...

Page deletions and spammers block request[edit source]

It seems a lot of spam pages were created on August 18 and August 19 that need to be deleted and a few IPs and a user named "Nein" need to be banned.  Kamek siggy.png ŤäŁķ ¿Ș₮áłĶ?฿¡฿↓¡ography 05:34 8.21.16

A user named "Nein" needs to be shot into space. We'll make him watch really bad movies that'll either make him throw up or give him nightmares. -Dr. Forrester (talk) 01:52, 25 September 2016 (UTC)
You will have to provide me with a link to his name. Has he been bold with Harry, Mark, and John? Leverage (talk) 07:57, 25 September 2016 (UTC)

He has been scared out of his wits. --Dr. Forrester (talk) 00:29, 23 December 2016 (UTC)

VFH[edit source]

Please vote for A Charlie Brown Christmas on VFH. We need just one more vote.--Abacab (talk) 22:02, 27 December 2016 (UTC)

Rollback rights?[edit source]

Hi, I had rollback rights on other account but I switched to my original account after I remembered the password, so would it be possible for you to please give me rollback on this account?

Thanks, This is my signature. DEAL WITH IT!!!! 20:42, 19 January 2017 (UTC)

Done. I actually remember the other name, the butterfly one better. What's with all the name changes? You are not that Jenner person are you? Leverage (talk) 08:30, 20 January 2017 (UTC)

Holy shit[edit source]

Way to bum-rush UnNews. Did you have a backlog of story ideas that you dumped all at once? -- Kip the Egg Easter egg.gif Talk Easter egg.gif Works Easter egg.gif 20:33, Feb. 4, 2017

Yeah exactly. I put a few things on the facebook page but didn't quite have the energy to make the stories the last few weeks. Then it all came out yesterday, that's it, let it all out, it's ok. Leverage (talk) 10:14, 5 February 2017 (UTC)

Need to get hold of you[edit source]

Do you have an email address where I can reach you? It's somewhat important. (I'll contact you via Special:EmailUser/Leverage, but I want to make sure you get the email, so I'm asking here, as well. Also hi, I'm not really here)  ~ BB ~ (T) Icons-flag-us.pngMon, Feb 27 '17 10:23 (UTC)

Interesting fact: while that Unnews page doesn't come up on Google searches for most countries, and the Wikia version does, in Germany the reverse happens - a German reversal? Check it out That's why I guess they spoke to us instead of UnSPIKElopedia. Leverage (talk) 17:09, 27 February 2017 (UTC)
Hi Leverage. How is it in Forkland? :) Did this website receive some publicity from Germany for one of your UnNews stories?? --Laurels.gifRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 12:41, 23 July 2017 (UTC)
Publicity? Not that I know of. Shame, we could do with some German comedians on here. Leverage (talk) 15:08, 23 July 2017 (UTC)
They're all on Kamelopedia. Icons-flag-au.png LDA MyOwnBadSelf, 'Does it look different enough for y'all?' (talk - stalk - block) 22:58, 23 July 2017 (UTC)

Hello?[edit source]

Anyone in over there? You have a vandal screwing up your pages. --Laurels.gifRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 22:11, 10 September 2017 (UTC)

Deletion request[edit source]

Hello Leverage, please get rid of Category:Hip-hop music, I wasn't aware there was a Category:Hip hop. Thanks. ~ Kakun · talk 10:19, 14 December 2017 (UTC)

Thanks again, I also wanted to ask you what's your opinion on my article on VFH, L7? I haven't been whoring for over ten years so I might be a bit rusty. But I really think we need new articles to be featured :) ~ Kakun · talk 04:36, 15 December 2017 (UTC)

Vote, Please?[edit source]

Can I write an article that I previous wrote on the Wikia version?[edit source]

I previously wrote some articles on the Wikia version of Uncyclopedia, before i discovered this version. Is it okay if I put those articles here as well? Atomicdragon136

Of course. You can do whatever you like. Leverage (talk) 07:01, 27 June 2018 (UTC)

An idea to combat spammers[edit source]

Hi, I'm here to tell you that I have created a forum page to combat spammers and made a proposal there. I'm here because you're listed here, and PF4Eva would like your opinion as an admin senior to him/her. Thanks for reading.--The Pioneer Visit my Japanese Page on Usopedia! 09:34, 5 July 2018 (UTC)

MediaWiki:Anonnotice[edit source]

Donations don't work right now, and setting donations up would take awhile, so I'm not sure it's a good idea to have the banner up. Would you mind if a removed it? Thanks again. – roza (talk ☭ ctbslog) 00:47, 1 September 2018 (UTC)

Not at all, go for it. Glad to see you around. I wanted to ask you about UnNews:Archive because the DPL suddenly broke. It was reporting too many categories, but even when I removed some categories, it didn't seem to like the {{1|**2017}} kind of stuff with asterisks any more. I replaced it with a stopgap solution for 2018, but if you have 5 mins, I would appreciate you casting your expert eye over the issues with the previous version. Leverage (talk) 08:04, 1 September 2018 (UTC)
It's a server-side issue. I'll see what I can do. – roza (talk ☭ ctbslog) 23:15, 2 September 2018 (UTC)

Your presence requested.[edit source]

Hey Leverage, many of the site's currently active admins would like to see you on our Discord. Please join our server using the link in the sidebar. This server has completed replaced our chat, although I understand you did not use that much. Thank you. AimsplodeL A B O R A T O R I E S 08:23 11 February 2019

Discord[edit source]

Hey Leverage, great to see you editing! You should come check out our Discord server sometime. -- The Zombiebaron 21:29, 3 March 2019 (UTC)

A public thank you[edit source]

I've had many laughs from your UnNews articles and your Uncyclopedia articles. I'd like to thank you for your contributions to the Human Race. Top lad. I love your work! (where the fuck is your secrets to good writing; the HTBFANJS isn't a great guide for ADHD cunts like me, and I need a new drug) Risviltsov (talk) 17:54, 5 February 2020 (UTC)

Thank you very much! You can find an exhaustive index of my stuff on User:Leverage.

What are you interested in doing? UnNews or articles? I would absolutely recommend the first, because you can do something in 20 minutes when a news story catches your eye. I didn't do an article for a while, and even then I felt like I was in slightly foreign territory. With Unnews, my main advice would be:

  • keep things short - no one is gonna want to read 800 words of whimsy or scatology
  • make sure your paragraphs aren't too long - offputting for lazy readers
  • try not to make it too niche or national - remember our readers are from everywhere!
  • the best point about HTBFANJS is not to be too random or sweary. With some of my older stuff I feel like I made lazy jokes about races or gays - just because it seemed naughty.
  • I think Unnews is funniest when it maintains an Onion or Daily Mash style veneer of serious news
  • quotes allow you to include points of view and jokes in a way you can't without letting the "news" vibe slip
  • try and finish with a funny line

Good luck! New writers are always welcome.

Leverage (talk) 19:57, 5 February 2020 (UTC)

Ummm... WHAT edits to the "Hitler" article?[edit source]

Hi there, Leverage- I got an alert when I just signed in to the site earlier that certain "edits" I had purportedly made to some Uncylcopedia article concerning Hitler were "reverted" some time not long ago - I think it said last November. Just so there are no misunderstandings, I'm 99.999% sure that I did not make the edits that it seems you went on to go and revert. I'm pretty sure that I never made any edits to that article (and honestly, until after having seen the alert about this for the first time today, I don't recall previously havinh read the actual article to begin with at any time prior....) I am not all-knowing (especially in the realm of tech/IT) and so am not going to rule out the possibility thay *somehow* while I was on the site and logged in, edits were made to the article from my logged-in device (maybe I was sleepwalking - or the Russians decided to shadow-operate my account through a "Russian Rerversion" 'bot, programmed to make edits the must then be reverted; or, maybe some kind of alien abduction?) Anyway, I just wanted to be sure you know that I certainly never knowingly or intentionly made any edits to that article, and neither did anyone else via my log-in account insofar as I have any reason to believe (I've been on Uncyclopedia under the same username now for a decade. I don't gever give out my username password to others, and I don't let anyone else mess with my device while I am on the internet and logged in). So if the situation truly is that edits were made to the article by me or somehow otherwise from my user account, such that it was somehow my doing/misdoing, then I am sorry to have caused you to need to take the time to revert the edits attributed to me/my account. And even if (as I believe is the situation) I played no knowing part in makeing or permitting or otherwise condoning those edits, then I am still sorry that you had to take up your time cleaning up/reverting the article - I imagine the whole thing must have been somewhat irritating. Frankly, I am puzzled as to how this all happened. In all of the ten years that I've had bee a part of "the Uncyclopedia exeperience," this has been the first and only time something odd like this has happened involving me - or at least that I know of. I hope it is also the last/only time - I don't embrace, engage or endorse vandalism of any kind on the site. (I say this all very sincerely - in the past some articles that I wrote and posted on the site suffered subsequent vandalism and had to undergo reversions, and I remember it as an unpleasant thing, which I wouldn't wish upon other Uncyclopedians). I'm glad though that the specific article at issue is back in shape now, in any event. All's well that ends well, as they say. Cheers! Sir NoNamesLeft (GUN) WotM NotM

I had totally forgotten. It looks like you reverted my changes, so that is less crazy than someone making lots of actual edits in your name. Maybe you just looked at the history page and it was a case of fat-finger syndrome? I almost reverted someone's edits while on the mobile site. Leverage (talk) 12:41, 12 February 2020 (UTC)

Twitter access?[edit source]

Hey Leverage! We all enjoy your UnNews updates on Facebook, and we were wondering if you would like access to the community's other social media accounts, like the twitter? -- The Zombiebaron 23:57, 4 April 2020 (UTC

Sure. My personal computer broke so I am not going to be the most active in the short term though. You can send any details to Leverage (talk) 12:25, 20 April 2020 (UTC)
Just emailed you -- The Zombiebaron 12:53, 20 April 2020 (UTC)

Colab[edit source]

Hey duderino. Are you up for a collab article for the poo-lit surprise? ShabiDOO 19:22, 21 June 2020 (UTC)

Yeah man, let's do it. And then write the article. Leverage (talk) 19:56, 21 June 2020 (UTC)
One thing I am thinking about a lot lately is BLM and the whole statues debate. If you want we could do a kind of for and against thing: one section on the liberal version, the other on the conservative? Is that funny? Or do we just do the John Oliver approach to say serious things and then swear once every three minutes? Leverage (talk) 08:30, 22 June 2020 (UTC)
I had some other ideas but yeah, thats a pretty perfect idea in fact. Why don't you start it up on your user space and we can roughly strategise the concept on the talk page!!! ShabiDOO 16:50, 23 June 2020 (UTC)
I done something. If you don't fancy getting involved, you can suggest some of your other ideas, I am open. I wrote it similar to Benito Mussolini as kind of true history potted with smartarse lines, might not be your vibe. Black_Lives_Matter Leverage (talk) 08:58, 24 June 2020 (UTC)
No its pretty solid and I like the style. I've made some changes. Let me know if you think they fit into the style. Revert or rework which every changes you don't think fit. I was considering one more short section on earlier race riots...which can be a source of depressing helarity. ShabiDOO 02:58, 26 June 2020 (UTC)
Do you think the Jordon Peterson, Lithuanian and Iceland section fits in with the style of the article? Be honest ShabiDOO 03:28, 3 July 2020 (UTC)
Yeah in the end I don't think my contributions really fit within the style of the article. Why don't you scrub the Lithuania, Iceland and Peterson comments. You can submit the article as your own in the mainspace category. We can collaborate on a new article if you like. ShabiDOO 18:40, 3 July 2020 (UTC)

Great job![edit source]

On Black Lives Matter. Both of you might wanna check out my new forum. Thanks! ~ Kakun · talk 01:20, 9 July 2020 (UTC)

Congrats![edit source]


Poet Lowrate
This person is the winner of the Poo Lit Surprise, which they won for their article: Black Lives Matter

--EMC [TALK] 05:11 Jul 19 2020

*Kisses biceps.* Thanks for your vote! Leverage (talk) 10:15, 19 July 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for the laughs! Feel free to e-mail me to collect your prize money. PayPal is preferred but we can also use Bitcoin, cash in the mail, a money order, some other cash app, or pennies raining upon your house from a helicopter. Whatever you prefer! --EMC [TALK] 00:47 Jul 20 2020

Reskin[edit source]

Hi Leverage, I see that you just featured an article, however many of us have spent the last month making a reskin that will go live in a few minutes and will remain up until the 6th. This will mean the article you featured will not be seen, and should be rescheduled to after the reskin. Thanks and all the best -- The Zombiebaron 23:51, 24 December 2020 (UTC)

Shark farts. Not to worry. Merry Zombie Christmas. Leverage (talk) 09:10, 25 December 2020 (UTC)
If you've got some free time this week the reskin still needs a few more fake potato-themed featured article blurbs, would be great to get one from you. -- The Zombiebaron 19:39, 25 December 2020 (UTC)

Collaboration[edit source]

Hey Leverage. I'd like to rapidly write a featurable quality article in a few days to be featured as part of the reskin. Would you be interested in collaborating quickly on an article? I'm thinking something along the lines of "baked potato" or something potato related. Let me know if you're interested ASAP. Cheers ShabiDOO 21:08, 29 December 2020 (UTC)

Happy to help as long as you have an idea! Leverage (talk) 08:49, 30 December 2020 (UTC)
Yes "baked potato". However I'm debating between 1) The dry blandness of it or 2) Ironically making it sound like the most interesting dish ever. What do you think? ShabiDOO 15:57, 30 December 2020 (UTC)
I'd lean more towards the second one. Perhaps talking it up as a national dish of whatever country? My only other potato-related idea was related to the famine, I always thought this title was funny, the song not so much:
Leverage (talk) 19:03, 30 December 2020 (UTC)

Okay so we got three possible articles[edit source]

Which do you think is worth doing? ShabiDOO 19:32, 30 December 2020 (UTC)

Keep it going Leverage. Don't be afraid to make brutal cuts to material you think take away from the article. ShabiDOO 13:08, 1 January 2021 (UTC)
I'm trying to get this featured in time to end the 12 nights of potato. So please make any additional edits and vote for it (only if you think its feature pressure). Time is super limited (less than 48 hours) ShabiDOO 23:16, 1 January 2021 (UTC)

Did it[edit source]

Thanks for helping us feature an article for the 12 nights of potatoes. Got it done! By the way I see you're in the top 5 in the hall of shame and only one feature away from being in the Top 3. Nice job!!! I imagine one day you might even reach Aleister's insane article count. In fact had you joined the site while Aleister was still writing? ShabiDOO 12:52, 3 January 2021 (UTC)

No worries! I was definitely around at the same time as Aleister, he was probably my principal cheerleader, before his sudden disappearance. I don't see myself ever catching him. I don't write as many articles now, and he was writing back in the day when there were hundreds of featured articles a year. It's like Pelé scoring 1000 goals, you have to remember he played daily games against pygmies and amputees. Leverage (talk) 13:55, 3 January 2021 (UTC)
Yeah. Do you ever wonder what happened to him? My best theory is that he was crushed by a giant champagne bottle but I don't have any hard evidence on that. ShabiDOO 14:08, 3 January 2021 (UTC)

Narration for spoof video?[edit source]

Hi, just asking if you want to do the narration for a spoof coronavirus video, based on UnNews:Tips to avoid the coronavirus. After discussion in this forum, the idea of a funny video to attract more editors was made. Since you wrote the article, you should be the first pick if you want to narrate the video. This video can bring more talented people to the site, increasing the amount of content and productivity. I can make the video itself if needed, but I'll need someone else to do the narration. ~ HipponiasCUN Talk - Contribs - Articles  10:11, 16 January 2021 (UTC)

I am open to doing it if there is no one better. Can anyone do a Dr Spaceman impression?

Leverage (talk) 14:11, 16 January 2021 (UTC)

Mosque[edit source]

Hey duderino. If you have a chance might you take a look at Mosque? I don't really know what to do with it. It needs another concept or some idea to improve it. Any ideas? ShabiDOO 11:57, 7 February 2021 (UTC)

I think it's OK as it is. If you aren't happy with it, maybe you have to make a decision about which way you want to go with it: is it a) a kind of silly random idea about people going to Mosques to play with actual toys? or b) a bit of that and a bit of Muslim-bashing? I find the first more funny, and when I read the first paragraph I expected the article to be literally about toys. If you wanted to do that:
  • You could relate some real practices to toys (take shoes off like when you go to a ball pit, pictures of Muslims praying related to some kind of game (imaginary tobogganing?)
  • I don't know enough about the Shia/Sunni split, but maybe the joke could be that the factions originally divided over an argument about a Spiderman toy?
  • I think the separation of women and men in a Mosque could be related too, similar to how kids would be separated for scouts and brownies or whatever.
  • Could also be funny to make out that Muslims are essentially lying about praying, so non-Muslims don't go to the mosque and get a go on their toys
  • Something about Mecca could be interesting too. It has the Kaaba in the middle, which for your purposes could be styled as a toy chest.
  • Are terrorists essentially the adult equivalent of children who throw tantrums and threaten to hold their breath until they die?

Leverage (talk) 11:16, 9 February 2021 (UTC)

Indeed I almost made the Kabba a place where there is a toy so amazing nobody can touch it. It's a good idea. Thanks for the detailed critique. You're right that it is fairly disjointed with the toys AND the muslim critique. I'll focus it more on the toys themselves. You've given me tons of material to incorporate. Thanks duderino!!!! ShabiDOO 12:21, 9 February 2021 (UTC)
Hey Leverage I took most of your suggestions quite serious and made some considerable changes to the article. Would you mind having another read when you have a chance and giving any suggestions pletty please (no rush...whenver you can)? ShabiDOO 17:50, 7 March 2021 (UTC)
I gave it a little copy edit. Articles are funnier when split into more paragraphs and all compound nouns and adjectives are hyphenated. More seriously, I think it's fun. A kind of oddball article. Leverage (talk) 14:28, 8 March 2021 (UTC)
Thanks a lot for the first suggestions and the copy editing. I put more work into it and I've nominated it. Chaaaaaaaars ShabiDOO 20:18, 9 March 2021 (UTC)

Happy Monkey Competition 2021[edit source]


Hey its HAPPY MONKEY TIME 2021 (Feb 21-28). Your favourite writing competition where we write articles on one another's suggested topics. Go ahead and sign up because the more users we have competiting the more ridonculously fun it is. If you don't wanna write you can sign up to judge! Sing up here. Remember it's not about writing a sure fire VFH article, but pushing the limits of your originality and creativity and spitting out an article on a topic you had never thought about writing before. Also...Shabidoo will love you forever and owe you like a zillion favours for it. He will literally do anything to please you if it means you participate. Happy Monkey Farts!!! ShabiDOO 15:18, 10 February 2021 (UTC)

New forum[edit source]

I'm assuming you've already seen this, but just in case, please join us here: Forum:Top 10 Articles of 2020 Logo. If you're wondering why several hours passed before I sent you a message, it's because I hate your guts I'm an idiot I'm a tool I'm a douche ok fine I fell asleep. Cheers. MrX blow me Emoji-drool.gif 15:54, 18 February 2021 (UTC)

Huggle message[edit source]

Hi _Leverage!

Uncyclopedia has been on a growth spurt as of recently, and as such, we are introducing a brand new feature to the table tonight: Huggle! Yes, the same tool you know and love from Wikipedia has made its way into the Uncyclomedia Foundation's impenetratable walls.

Huggle makes it easy to revert vandalism, leave messages to users and basically speedily process edits here on Uncyclopedia. You may also use it to block users and do other things, if you are a sysop!

To use Huggle, you must be both extended-confirmed (having 500 edits and 30 days' existence), and you must also have rollback rights. If you are an admin who does not have either of these rights, feel free to grant them to yourself. Some features, such as page protection and user blocking, are locked behind the walls of adminship.

If you wish to install Huggle, feel free to do so now! For assistance, please contact either JJPMaster or Cassie, who are jointly responsible for this implementation of Huggle.

Have a wonderful day, and may Sophia bless you, Charlie the bot (talk) 01:39, 28 February 2021 (UTC)

Notice of cancellation[edit source]

Cassie are you going around and shaming users for edits they made seven years ago? ShabiDOO 13:07, 7 March 2021 (UTC)
Not really, hence the mostly sarcastic nature of the notice, how I said "cancelled" directly, and how I solely put one on Leverage's page. Sorry if I offended anyone. I just added {{Serious off}} just to make this clear.  Cassandra  (talk01:20pm  March 7, 2021
I have no problem with the edit, but I suspect that removing the word "tranny" from some Uncyclopedia pages in an attempt to suggest it is more evolved is a bit like shaving a neanderthal's sideburns. In the same page "bisexual hermaphrodite" survived the cull, and I would estimate there is an average of 13.2 unwoke jokes per page on this site. I'd also suggest that speaking to someone in the above manner - albeit in a semi-jocular way - is no more constructive than saying their contribution is "genuinely terrible" for say employing cheap sexual jokes, scatology, old tropes, lazy stereotypes or weak puns. Leverage (talk) 15:02, 7 March 2021 (UTC)
Thinking of it... yeah, maybe I should have worded this in a different way. Uncyclopedia probably won't ever be devoid of offensive content, but trying to fix the worst of the worst every so often can't hurt.  Cassandra  (talk02:43pm  March 8, 2021
In recent weeks, I have seen you nominate and feature Hermaphrodite and Female genital mutilation, so what you regard as the "worst of the worst" means nothing to me. You're free to do Find and Replace, but if you think you are doing anything else than skimming nasty words off a site full of bad taste articles, you are deluded, and if you think you get to sermonise to other users about content after some of the objectionable pages you promoted, you need to check yourself. Out of a page which had "tranny" as one of about 300 option tags along with all kinds of kerazy references to Doctor Who and Catholic Priests, and a whole page about FGM whose only joke is I am writing in favour of a thing you'd expect me to be against I know which one I'd be happier posting on social media. Leverage (talk) 08:34, 9 March 2021 (UTC)
Cassie I love you, but I'm not sure that we need to remove every reference to trans people. For example, was this edit really necessary? It's not even a pejorative. Trans people are people just like everyone. They can, should, and do enjoy the right to live, love, laugh, and be laughed at. I understand the need to remove overly offensive content, especially when it's only hurtful, not funny. But I think we may be getting a little out of hand here. Cheers. MrX blow me Emoji-drool.gif 18:38, 9 March 2021 (UTC)

PLS[edit source]

Yo! What the fuck? You're the reigning PLS champ!!! Get your bitch ass off the couch and write something........please...... MrX blow me Emoji-drool.gif 07:35, 13 June 2021 (UTC)

Football and the pope in one edit...[edit source]

Pretty impressive. Congratulations.  – Zana Dark  talk to me  AJTA (ooh!) (aah!) ...·º•ø®@» LEG CUN GUN DUN 00:01, 13 September 2021

Joseph McCarthy Award The Joseph McCarthy Award of Continuity

It's beginning to look a lot like…[edit source]

See you next year! The first annual *Kiss My Ass* Holiday Competition has officially ended for 2021


Up for grabs is the coveted Clark Griswold Award for Holiday Cheer. Who will be crowned Holiday Victor?
Judgement day is upon ye!

Seasons Greetings!

It's that special time of year. A wonderful time for friends and family to rejoice in gaiety. Not you! You usually spend all of your hard-earned money on gifts for them, and now you just want to hibernate until your finances recuperate. Well, here at Uncyclopedia, entering our newest competition won't cost you a penny Sign Up Today! (pretty please)  – Zana Dark  talk to me  AJTA (ooh!) (aah!) ...·º•ø®@» LEG CUN GUN DUN 13:36, 13 December 2021

Merry Christmas and all that jazz[edit source]

Santa Baby…

I heard that you were single again, well then—we should hook up real soon. Santa baby, Facebook me and give me some likes.
Santa cutie, Snapchat me and send me some pix, not dicks—but if you want, I don't mind. Santa cutie, favorite me on Instagram.
Slide into my chat DMs—add me to your list and we'll be more than friends. I'll follow you on Twitter too, and this Christmas won't be quite so blue.

Santa baby, I saw you had a Tinder and I swiped right—found your Bumble account. Santa baby, Match with me so we can Meetup.

Santa honey, if you call me up on the phone—we'll bone. I won't play hard to get. Santa baby, do you have white hair down there?
Santa baby, you don't have to wear a condom, come on—we can play 'Just the Tip'. Santa baby, even if it's just for one night.
I haven't been with lots of men—but last time I got laid he said I was a ten. I'm sure that we could have some fun—if you work out and don't weigh a ton.

Santa baby, don't forget the presents this year—like beer, or perhaps some good wine. Santa baby— let's get drunk, Netflix and chill…Here's a hundred dollar bill?..I'm on the pill…

 – Zana Dark  talk to me  AJTA (ooh!) (aah!) ...·º•ø®@» LEG CUN GUN DUN 04:08, 25 December 2021

A pic. For you.[edit source]

I was trying to work in the Beetlejuice character to be standing behind the Grim Reaper, but it didn't quite work. Had to do another pic. But here is the original working sans Beetlejuice.


Colab[edit source]

I feel like a collab. How about: Toilet Paper Riot riot? Come join!!! ShabiDOO 20:22, 21 April 2022 (UTC)

Hey[edit source]

I saw you edit on recent changes, how are you these days anyways? ~ Kakun · talk 08:32, 15 March 2023 (UTC)

Hello mate. All good here, but not as much free time as I used to have! I still keep a jealous eye on my watchlist from time to time, and that typically leads me to copy-editing my old pages! How are things here? Leverage (talk) 21:28, 15 March 2023 (UTC)
Pretty cool indeed. Rubbing my old pages with awe every day. ~ Kakun · talk 01:18, 16 March 2023 (UTC)

=sorry[edit source]

breaking bad wind. nuff said.

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Anti Anti Subtonic Neo

Anti Anti Subtonic Neo

03:33, 24 December 2023 (UTC)

No harm done, I have been reverted plenty over the years. Merry Christmas! Leverage (talk) 08:43, 24 December 2023 (UTC)