User talk:What here area team
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– 17:23, Jul. 2, 2013
Keep up the good work
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I Concur ^
For your continued inter-wiki tinkering I have decided to take it upon myself to give you this long-forgotten form of uncyclopedia cudos, the Wikinja star. (also I want to bring back the use of ninjastars coz ninjas r cool)
(Meow?) 14:49, 2 October 2014 (UTC)
- What a beautiful star!! Thank you!--What here area team (会話 / 投稿記録 / 日本語版) 15:12, 2 October 2014 (UTC)
You're a machine!
- Yes. I might be a machine.
- But, I might be a reliable user.--What here area team (会話 / 投稿記録 / 日本語版)13:23, 11 November 2014 (UTC)
Foreign Office list
Hello. I was wondering if you would be interested in contributing to the Japanese section of a project I'm working on? It's a listing of basic encyclopedic topics for all foreign-language Uncyclopedias. Ideally, it could be used by members Uncyclopedia:Foreign Office to translate articles their wiki doesn't have. Thank you for your time. MadMax (talk) 13:22, 26 December 2014 (UTC)
- Wow, it is a great project. I'm very interested in it, so I've added the page to my Watchlist.
- I might contribute when I'm free. Thank you for telling such a nice project!--What here area team (会話 / 投稿記録 / 日本語版) 14:04, 26 December 2014 (UTC)
We need a little cowbell
...want to have a look at Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, surely Japan's greatest cultural icons. I was thinking about making a Hentai Kamen article but its difficult to find something to add to something that is already hysterically funny. --
- Hi. Sorry for my late reply.
- I asked Japanese Uncyclopedia community what you should write. Then I've got two responses.
Hentai Kamen has a big "OINARISAN" on his groin. --でみ庵
- Note: OINARISAN literally means one of Japanese gods or a kind of sushi, but in this case it means a "nutsack". (It is a very famous Japanese slang and was first used in this manga.)
Although a DISCONTINUED manga, it was made into a live-action film. And many language varsions of Wikipedia has articles about this manga. The OINARISAN gag was so impressive that it spread around the world and Wikipedia articles were created. As I said earlier, that was DISCONTINUED because of complaints about the contents. By the way, Harenchi Gakuen, which had appeared in the same magazine (Shonen Jump), was not discontinued in spite of complaints. --Old-gamer