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For those people who love deleting unreferenced content from Wikipedia, please carefully read what is written in the following template:

The template actually asks everyone to help improve the article by adding sources. Unfortunately, there are some people who skip the first bit and go straight for the last word in the template.

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showing real-world drama

Wat Nong Bua, Nan province

Travel, food and photography are my main interests.

enThis user is a native speaker of the English language.
nlDeze gebruiker heeft het Nederlands als moedertaal.
de-2Dieser Benutzer hat fortgeschrittene Deutschkenntnisse.
fr-1Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau élémentaire de français.
grc-1Ὅδε ὁ χρήστης δύναται συμβάλλεσθαι ὀλίγῃ γνώσει τῆς ἀρχαίας ἑλληνικῆς.
la-1Hic usor simplici latinitate contribuere potest.
th-1ผู้ใช้คนนี้สามารถใช้ภาษาไทย ได้ในระดับพื้นฐาน.
it-0Questo utente non capisce l'italiano.
es-0Este usuario no entiende español (o lo entiende con mucha dificultad).
This user cannot speak or contribute in Spanish.
el-0Αυτός ο χρήστης δεν καταλαβαίνει ελληνικά.
ms-0Pengguna ini tidak memahami bahasa Melayu
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Travel destinations in the foreseeable future:

A gallery with my photos in Wikimedia Commons can be found here. All my contributions to Wikimedia Commons can be seen here.

My contributions to Wikipedia can be found here and my sandbox here.

I am especially happy with my contributions to these pages:

To do list:

Don't know when these two will happen. It took two years before I finally started overhauling the Thai curry article.

The reason why my Teochew language skill is set to level 1 is because I can speak it reasonably well, I just can't read or write in Teochew.

Don't you just love those editors who fly by an article, criticise it with all sorts of templates but actually don't even try making it better? It must be a power trip for many of them... ;-)

Hey! If you enjoy researching things, AfDs can be fun!

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an image
of something very tasty.

Warning to all nice people here on Wikipedia: never, never, never ever start reading the Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents' page.[1]

Nasty, sour people (a.k.a. jerks, assholes, and bastards[2]) are everywhere, also on Wikipedia, so don't let that surprise you or ruin your day.[3]

For the ignorant, nothing seems too difficult to imagine


  1. ^ You won't like what you will see there.
  2. ^ Not used in a gender-specific way
  3. ^ Some of them are even administrators