User:Elium2/Userboxes Describing User Elium2

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UBX This user hopes you read each and every one of his userboxes! or else...

Grammatical Userboxes[edit]

  • Johann Joachim Winckelmann (Angelika Kaufmann).jpg This user employs a more formal style of writing in articles than in talk pages.

  • snk This user says he/she/it sneaked and they snuck.
  • I don't, but it's kind of funny.
  • …in. Ending a sentence with a preposition is something that this user is okay with.
  • to
    This user thinks that too many people have no idea how to use words that they should have learned in grade two.
  • English This user knows that 'to' is pronounced /tʊ/, not /a/.
  • whom This user insists upon using whom wherever it is called for, and fixes the errors of whomever he sees.
  • If I notice.
  • Well, kind of.
  • if & whether This user knows how to use "if" and "whether" correctly.
  • much & many This user understands the difference between much & many.
  • than / then This user understands the difference between using "than" and "then."
  • their / there / they're This user thinks that there are too many people who don’t know that they're worse than their own children at spelling!
  • your/ you’re This user thinks that if your grammar is incorrect, then you’re in need of help.
  • You and Me This user thinks that if you believe it is incorrect to use "you and me" as the object of a sentence, a little talk needs to be had by you and me...
based Based on experience, this user knows that based off is nearly always incorrect.
Subj This user prefers that the subjunctive mood be used. Were this user you, he would use it.
Latin Plurals: "Data is are..." This user uses "data", "media", "memoranda", "criteria", and "agenda" as the plurals of "datum", "medium", "memorandum", "criterion", and "agendum".
golden toad This user advocates lowercase common names in an encyclopedia.

Punctuation Userboxes[edit]

  • . The This user does not put two spaces after a full stop.
A, B, and
A and B
This user uses the serial comma unless its inclusion is confusing.
  • its & it’s This user understands the difference between its and it’s. So should you.
    ’s Thi's user know's that not every word that end's with s need's an apostrophe and will remove misused apostrophe's from Wikipedia with extreme prejudice.
  • This user is addicted to ellipses and has been known to use them indiscriminately...
  • “…” This user favours typographic quotation marks over typewriter style.
  • ; This user is addicted to semicolons; he or she uses them frequently.

Pickiness about Grammar[edit]

  • ANAL 5 This user is incredibly stringent with professional grammar.
  • Pickyness Pickiness This user changes the adjective ending "y" to "i" to form nouns with "-ness".

English Language[edit]

  • USage decline This user uses American English, but is appalled at its rapid and continuing deterioration.

  • Flag of the United Kingdom.svg This user is not British, but can speak with a British accent.
  • AIM-Able This user understands AIM talk perfectly well, but does not seriously use it. Ever.
  • H4X0R This user has moderate understanding of Leet (H4X0R), but does not use it..



G This user's favourite colour is Green.
  • Do not take the colors below as my actual favorites. They are merely colors I like.
B This user's favourite colour is Blue.

  • Violet This user's favourite colour is violet.

  • Incidentally, "purple" is not an RGB color that is at all easy to create, while violet is.

Colours reflected from a thin water film depending on thickness and angle of incidence.png

This user's favorite color is ultraviolet.
  • If I could see it. I do like violet, after all.
  • The rest of these are literal.
  • no pink This user can't stand the colour pink on most things.


  • Sudoku-by-L2G-20050714.svg This user enjoys playing Sudoku.
  • Note: The Game, which you just lost, is the game where you lose if you think about the game. Oops, I was just playing The Game. No, honestly!

  • My best time.
Rubiks revenge solved.jpg This user can solve Rubik's Revenge without cheating.

Solved 5x5x5.jpg This user can solve a Professor's Cube without cheating.
Solved 2x2x2.jpg This user can solve a Pocket Cube without cheating.

  • ChessSet.jpg This user enjoys chess.
  • He wishes.
  • Shogi king.jpg This user is a shogi player.

  • I know how, but there's nobody to play with.
  • I know how, but there's nobody to play with.


  • P history.png This user is interested in historical research.
  • Only a bit.



  • math-N This user can contribute with fluent mathematical skills

  • I don't know how to use the Riemann zeta function specifically, but I know it when I see it.
 \textstyle{\frac{\partial}{\partial x}} \,\; This user only partially understands mathematics.

  • Not true, but it was cute.
\frac ?0 This user can divide by zero.
  • Again, it was cute. Wait, I can divide by zero. You get ... now I remember.
  • eπi+1=0 This user is a mathie.
  • There are too many of that template.
  • I do, but which is which?
  • That "slave", sadly, has "left" (in Erdos-speak). Or, in normal English, that man has died.
  • \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{n^x}{x!} This user understands capital sigma and pi notation; and you should too! \prod_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{n^x}{x!}
  • P cartesian graph.svg This user does complex math problems for fun
  • SI* This user is competent in metric units but prefers not to use them.

  • ft-lb-oz-°F This user prefers US customary units.

  • Iff convenient and iff I can remember them!
  • ax2+bx+c=0 This user likes algebra.

  • Letter Pi.svg Pi ≈ 3.1415926535897932384626
  • That happens to be just how many digits I know!
Greek lc phi.png Phi ≈ 1.6180339887498948482
0.\bar{9}=1 This user knows that 0.9...(repeating) is exactly 1 and can prove it, but wishes that other people could understand it the way he does.
  • 9/9=1 This User believes that 9/9 equals 1, but .999… does not. .999…≠1
  • I don't, but it's here because 9/9 and 0.999999... can be easily proved equivalent (I believe). In fact, that is how one goes about proving 0.999999... is equal to one in the first place!
  • .\bar{0}1 This user believes in the existence of the infintesimal and can prove its existence.
  • Well, not actually prove.
  • And sadly, no one knows or ever can know the Ultimate Question.
This user knows how to
Find X

  • Hopefully everyone reading this list of very much (that is uncountable, as opposed to many, which is countable) userboxes knows that X is five.
  • This user is pretty sure that she is an outlier compared to everybody else. Michelsonmorley-boxplot.svg
  • In standard deviations, my deviation is probably about a 2.7.
  • Although I can't remember the answer to that specific problem right now. If you divide the summation by x^k, though, the expression equals e.