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Shiver me timberz Boys and Girls – these things ye should know:
- My main Wiki-activity be at thy Glid ov Kopy Editerz' request page, where I kopy-edit teh artikelz to fix teh proze nda teh spllieng nad teh pnucutashun?
- When I edit, I be bold and ruthless, hacking and slashing through the jungle of words that be Wikipedia. Waffly text be mine enemy. Arrrggghhh!!!!!!!!!!
- I try not to disturb Engvar the Dragon, for she be a fierce beastie to reckon with!
- I strive for clear, concise and accurate prose, but if my copy-edit work be not to the expected standard, please tell me so I can fix the problems and learn from the experience.
- Barnstars and Wikilove messages be nice, but a simple 'thanks' be thanks enough.
- I don't accept direct copy-edit requests. Please don't ask me because a refusal may offend thee!
- Did you know...
- ... that the legend of the left thy is a story that has been passed down from generation to generation. The story comes begins with an historic airplane ride which was heading to a family reunion in Memphis. On this Boeing 747 plane were 5 passengers. Four of their names have been forgotten and only one is remembered; Uncle John. When the plane was crashing there were only four parachutes so John was left without one. So everyone ripped off a part of their face and fashioned a skin parachute and used the blood to fill the holes. They left the plane and descended quickly. But when the parachute John had failed, he let go and raised his left thigh. He started hovering. He tried harder and harder until he started to fly. Then everyone else wanted to fly so they took off their parachutes and raised their left thighs. But it did not work so they plummeted into the ocean?