User talk:awu1996

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Hello, awu1996, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful:

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Doki Doki Morning[edit]

Hi! I've been thinking about creating it myself (actually, for years now and I even did a thorough search for reliable sources several times), but I was hesitant cause I didn't have many sources...

Anyway, what I wanted to say... Could you maybe wait and maybe even let me create it? :))) Cause you see, if I can make myself do it, I will put a lot of effort to make a real article out of it, to prove notability. But like now, like how you seem to be wanting to post it, it will just be deleted sooner or later. (It didn't chart, so the only way to ensure it's not deleted from Wikipedia is to prove WP:GNG. You would have to write a few reliably sourced paragraphs about how it was important, popular, how people reacted to it or something...) (I have found some amount of mentions. I personally think it would be enough to prove notability, but I will have to kill several days on writing the article, on going through all the sources I've found. I couldn't make myself do it for at least a year and a half, so if you create it, I never will.)

(And about the album... It's kinda in dangerous position now cause you just posted a track listing and there are no charts, nothing... Articles like this are deleted from Wikipedia on a regular basis... And no one will be able to defend it. You really should try and find something...) --Moscow Connection (talk) 13:51, 6 February 2015 (UTC)

Addition: Actually, I've probably already used half or even more of the sources I've found here: Babymetal#2010–2012: Indie releases. (There aren't much.)
So basically if you copy the first paragraph to the "Doki Doki Morning" article, it will be half of what is needed... (I really don't want to "steal" the article from you since I noticed that you've started it, but... But see above for my reasons and motivations. :D... By the way, I've almost created it this summer, but someone on the Babymetal talk page scared me off with suggestions that one of their releases didn't chart [while it actually did] and therefore wasn't notable and its article should be deleted. I thought that if I created the page, the person would not hesitate to propose it for deletion. So I just wrote the paragraph with some sources I had and decided that I would do it later when I have, like, a week to kill on it). --Moscow Connection (talk) 14:22, 6 February 2015 (UTC)

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