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...wazzup Tirgo 02:54, 11 March 2006 (UTC)— Tirgo (Talk | contribs) 02:47, 11 March 2006 (UTC) (left unsigned)

(1)Please sign your comments.

(2)What exactly was the point of this? I don't like getting false message alarms. If you do this one more time...I'll kill all your dogs! — Seriously (Talk) 02:46, 11 March 2006 (UTC)
That would be Tirgo. Bluebry 02:47, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

Pot, meet Kettle. — It's dot com 02:49, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

And that means...??? — Seriously (Talk) 02:55, 11 March 2006 (UTC)


How could you! Who will talk to me about pamcakes? And nonexistant pastries? Bluebry 02:45, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

Next Friday, probably. I've been hoping to get off here, as I've been on way too much. Btu let's wait and see if that obsessive compulsive disorder everyone knows I have takes over and hits me with another three months here. In the meantime, relax. I'll still talk to you about awesome pastires and stuff. — Seriously (Talk) 02:52, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

Welcome message

Hey there, Seriously. I'd like to tell you that one of the links on your welcome message is messed up. It should be linking to Special:Recentchanges and not Special:Recent changes (with the space). Just a heads up. See ya round, Brown! Has Matt? (talk) 03:26, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

Yeah, I noticed that and tried to find the page, but couldn't. Bluebry 03:26, 11 March 2006 (UTC)
Thanks, guys. I'll fix it right now. By the way, do you like my welcome message? Do you think it's too long? — Seriously (Talk) 03:29, 11 March 2006 (UTC)
No, it's pretty grood! Bluebry 03:31, 11 March 2006 (UTC)
Cool. Don't edit this page for a sec, I'm gonna archive it. — Seriously (Talk) 03:31, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

thanks for the kind message.

Hey there seriously, how are you, thanks for your message, how did you know i like south park? did you check my wikipedia user page pece kocovski, which is literaly my brothers name. also, i don't know if you know, but i'm in australia now. i'm not sure if south park is in macedonia?

Nikolce Kocovski 10:58, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

Well then. Australia. That's a pretty sweet place to live in. But yeah, I was checking LePorello's talk page and you said thanks for the compliment that he gave you, but you had to go because South Park was on. That's how I knew. — Seriously (Talk) 12:19, 11 March 2006 (UTC)
Countdown: [11] days until new episodes... With crap, Yeltensic (T C) 19:33, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

ohh yeah, now i remember. excuse be granola, but where do you live, if its america, then i don't know when there are new episodes, in australia?

Nikolce Kocovski 23:10, 11 March 2006 (UTC)


Hey there seriously,
I was mulling over your thoughts about doing something with the Battle of Strongbadia on fanstuff, and I think that it would indeed be pretty cool. Do you want to do, like, a novelization or something (e.g. "Bullets whizzed overhead as secomd lieutenant Strong Sad crawled on his stomach through the muddy trenches toward his inevitable demise") or did you want yo do something else? Let me know when you get the chance.

your mother is the speed limit,

Spanky the Argentinian Crocus

My mother is the MPH, Homsarroks. But yeah, it'd be cool for it to be like a book. You're example sums it up perfectly. But what do you want? I'll set up the page and begin it as long as we've agreed on something.

Your mom is a funny comeback,

Wacky the purple raccoon

Ohyeah—Taco Salad of my dreams made this awesome image: Image: Battleofstrongbadia.png. Can we actually edit the image and change it to fit our standards? — Seriously (Talk) 00:20, 12 March 2006 (UTC)

I don't know about the image, but I think that it would most definitely be awesome if we could novelize it. Maybe we could put in some historian interviews, too, like "The Homstarmy's defense was indeed valient, but it failed under the continued onslaught of the mighty fighting force known as The Brothers Strong--Harbet J. Pickerwallow" or something. What say you?

The couch must run, Approximately the left nostril

Totally. I think we just need a name and we're trhough with planning and on with making. I'm thinking it should be "Behind the blockades: The history of the battle of Strongbadia and it's rebel opponents, The Homsarmy". Now that sounds a-prettypretty good.

The dog must light up,

Enough to make a baby watch television

Hmm... How about "Hold the Line: The Battle of Strongbadia Story." That sound good?

Clip around the hornet,

Your wig reminds me of Julia

Nah. I think mine's better. Althoguh I like hold the line. — Seriously (Talk) 01:52, 12 March 2006 (UTC)

Maybe "Hold the Line: The History of the Battle of Strongbdia." A two way compromise. Aye or nay?

Debunking the chives,

Squeaky the Endive Mauler

"Hold the line: behind the brigades of the Homsarmy and the battle of Strongbadia". Keep that. I think that combines the two even better. — Seriously (Talk) 01:59, 12 March 2006 (UTC)

Maybe the brothers strong instead of the battle of strongbadia. I mean, the battle of strongbadia was the fight itself, not one of the sides. But other than that, yes. Definitely yes.

Greenly atrocious,


Talk pages

Seriously, while I agree with you on all bases (the plural of "basis"; look it up) of what you said to The thing, you have been asked repeatedly not to interject advice about the "right way" to use the wiki, in particular when all you're doing is reiterating what a sysop has already said. How is it, exactly, that we're not getting through to you? The ability to speak with authority does not happen overnight. Rather, it is earned with time and good contributions. Especially time. Right now, you are continually overstepping your authority. If you don't stop this behavior, I'm going to restrict your ability to edit talk pages. — It's dot com 23:50, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

By the way, I'm just kind of dropping in here: I've been on the wiki a lot less since early February, and it's clear that I'm a little behind; reading between the lines on your current user page I can kind of reconstruct some of what I've missed. First of all, don't worry about taking time off from the wiki, and don't feel the need to make it a matter of leaving "forever" (unless you sign an oath in blood). Perhaps it would be more productive to give yourself some kind of wiki-limit, like only editing on Mondays, and then only on the new cartoon's page. Secondly, making mistakes and annoying people isn't necessarily so "melodramatic," as you put it; at least, it shouldn't entirely surprise you. It's called being human. Now, if you find that you're making a lot of mistakes in short amounts of time, it might mean something. In your case, I think it probably means slow down. If you're trying to drive at 60 mph with no headlights, you're probably going to run over some things; if you try to wiki at 60 mph the results are similar. By "slow down" I don't mean just wiki less, though that have therapeutic benefit; I basically mean chill. I can't tell you how often I see something, start to reply to it (or revert it), and halfway through, close the tab. At that point I either thought "It isn't worth the effort," or "If I say this I'll be starting an argument over something that isn't big enough to deserve one," or "What I'm saying just doesn't really need saying," or "I'll wait and see whether others feel the same way, and maybe then do something about this." So if necessary, take a wikation, but I do hope you'll be back. Despite whatever adventures I've missed, I do think you're a user with a lot of potential and desire to learn. (The desire doesn't always make learning easy, but it's sure harder without it.) —AbdiViklas 01:07, 12 March 2006 (UTC)


Y-you're leaving?...Holy crap...well, Seriously...I-I don't know what to say. In case you do leave, I just want to say goodbye. You said you haven't made many great contributions, but trust me. You have. I mean, I haven't done much greater. And I'm not just being modest, Seriously. Contribution-wise, you're my equal. I respect you for everything you've done to help out around this place. I not only found some great contributions made to our Wiki, but also made a great friend. As much as I often can't trust people I meet online, I learned I could trust you, you 11-year-old you. And all that stalker business...don't worry, man. I agree with every bite-sized piece of it. Well, that's really all I had to say. Nice doing business with you.

Rock on to the end,
teeeffoh! 02:01, 12 March 2006 (UTC)

I'll still make fun of you until Friday, Teh Frothy Two. And I might stay even longer, as it's pretty hard to stay off the wiki for me. — Seriously (Talk) 02:02, 12 March 2006 (UTC)
Ooh. That's good to know. Well, yeah. Keep on rockin' still, though. teeeffoh! 02:03, 12 March 2006 (UTC)
Oh, I will. I'd rather rock out my chem than not rock out at all, and that's a fact. ;) — Seriously (Talk) 02:04, 12 March 2006 (UTC)
Also, I'd say at least I taught an important lesson: people on the internet are not always scary people. As I have said often, I'm just an 11 year old. And it's quite rare that someone can do enough for a user to trust in that. — Seriously (Talk) 02:10, 12 March 2006 (UTC)
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