Re: What Is the Problem?
First of all, in Wikipedia, there is no such thing as "relevant trivia". See WP:TRIVIA. Your addition belongs in an article about Bart Simpson, not in an article about butterscotch. Blanchardb -Me•MyEars•MyMouth- timed 12:39, 16 March 2009 (UTC)
- Okay, then. Make a proposition on the article's talk page and see what happens. But I wouldn't get my hopes up. Sections on how such and such likes or dislikes a certain type of food are frowned on in articles about the food in question, regardless of whether or not the information is true and/or can be referenced. In addition, you are talking here about a fictional character.
- It would be another story if you could tell us how the butterscotch-making industry reacted to the revelation that Bart Simpson is allergic. -- Blanchardb -Me•MyEars•MyMouth- timed 12:59, 16 March 2009 (UTC)
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This sounded a bit curious to me. Especially with the "-villain" part I have to wonder if it might have been intended in a humorous way or something! Is this a spelling/term that is regularly used by locals? The demonyms for every city ending in "-ville" on that list end in "-villian", not "-villain".
Google says that there are 11800 results for "ashevillain" and 16900 results for "ashevillian". The main uses of "Ashevillain" seem to be for a company that sells longboards/clothing, and a locally made beer.
I hope I'm doing this correctly. It's been a long time since I've discussed a topic and am not sure if this is the correct way to reply.
"Ashevillain" is definitely a colloquial term, so I wonder if I should include that. Or would it make sense to list "Ashevillian" and add the slang as a separate entry with a notation.
I'm not wed to the inclusion of the vernacular form.