Fun talk:Andy's Evening

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Holy crap,[edit]

awesome! Just when I thought we couldn't get any more mileage out of Andy and randomly generated text. You have out quote generatored the quote generator. --Purple George!YossieSpring in Fialta 11:23, 25 April 2009 (UTC)

How has this been here for exactly a month and I haven't noticed it?!!?! --Purple George!YossieSpring in Fialta 11:24, 25 April 2009 (UTC)
I'm glad you enjoyed it, I was inspired by the  K e n  D o l l  quote generator. It took me quite a while to write, mainly because I had to learn all the intricacies of randomly generated crap. -Redbackdemands obedience 14:28, 25 April 2009 (UTC)


I shall have you know that earnt is a word, similar to learnt and spelt. According to Wiktionary:
This is an uncommon (<0.5% as common as earned in the British National Corpus) but entirely acceptable alternative form of the simple past and past participle earned. Still considered to be incorrect by many, who are largely unaware of the historical development of the English language.[1]
And, as I'm sure you're aware, if it's on Wiktionary it must be true! Still, if it's noticeable enough to make someone go hmmmm, then earned is the way to go. However, I plan to continue using the word earnt in lieu of earned during my everday life. -Redbackdemands obedience 23:23, 25 April 2009 (UTC)

Serves me right for only checking one dictionary. :P I've never seen that form! It's actually pretty neat. But it does kinda stick out, unfortunately. --Purple George!YossieSpring in Fialta 23:52, 25 April 2009 (UTC)
Well it is a rare form of the word, so nobody can blame you for not having seen it before. If, on the other hand, you had told be you'd never seen colour spelt with a u, that would be a different story. I have this strange image of the American founders (founding fathers, I think they call them) sitting around going "You know what would be very funny? Let's spell all our words incorrectly, pronounce them differently, and give the last letter of the alphabet a new name!", because I honestly don't know why else Americans would do such things. No offense to any Americans, I just don't get it. Still, live and let live; call the last letter Zee, see what I care! -Redbackdemands obedience 00:10, 26 April 2009 (UTC)
A plague on their zee! I'm Canadian, and proudly spell colour with a U and know to call a Z a zed. What bugs me about American spelling reform is that they didn't go far enough; if they had startd raiting Inglish fonetikly, dhen ai kood get byhaind it. But no, they just changed stupid things like the letter U. But I like the baroqueness of English spelling. It gives it character. --Purple George!YossieSpring in Fialta 00:58, 26 April 2009 (UTC)
Now we need to say something nice about Americans, or we'll seem racist, which I am so not *insert shifty-eye smiley here*. I love the way they over-emphasise their Rs, such as "I'm an Amerrrrrican" and "I attend univerrrrsity". I like to hear them say vehicle, we don't pronounce the H over here so it sounds weird to hear someone do so. I also think it's incredible cute they way they pronounce Emu as Emoo, sooooo cute. -Redbackdemands obedience 01:19, 26 April 2009 (UTC)
I love the way Southerners say "warsh" instead of "wash". :D --Purple George!YossieSpring in Fialta 02:29, 26 April 2009 (UTC)

e-mail block[edit]

I've modified the block message to add ", e-mail blocked" 90% of the time. Feel free to duplicate the idea for other things that can be done whilst blocking. CS Miller 20:48, 17 November 2009 (UTC)

You know what's even funnier:[edit]

You've included Andy's words exactly, and the article doesn't sound that bad! This is just about the least biased page regarding him on this website that I've seen yet! (BTW, the majority of liberal edits on Conservapedia do not infuse facts, but rather add even more opinion into every article. Remember: two wrongs don't make a right (or is that not applicable to self-centered atheists). --The Debater (talk) 17:16, 10 October 2013 (UTC)