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I'm Kiwi. Feel free to contact me on my talk page.

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Random Personal Things[edit]

  • I try to do my part for Wikipedia, although I tend to not really add anything of use to the site besides vandalism reversions and spelling and grammar corrections because everything is already on this ginormomassive (Gigantic + Enormous + Massive) encyclopedia.
  • I like shiny things.
  • And I just learned how to actually make a list look like a list on Wikipedia.
  • I've contemplated the use of my user page as a personal sandbox, but I'm definitely learning stuff from it.

Fun Stuff[edit]

Personal Control Panel thing
Sandbox thing
Pages I wanna make not be red

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