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It's written as a general example, which isn't good writing even if it's trimmed up. It should be substantiated with an specific example from one of his plays.
Part One of This Post: Help with Painful Rhymes that Shakespeare Used.
Now, anyone who can find any examples of Painful Rhymes that Shakespeare used? Sometime this week, I'll go look at Shakespeare's sonnets in Project Gutenberg, which, if you want to help me, you can!
Part Two of This Post: What Could Have Been: That Weird Transformers Toy.
This is the natter that I found while browsing the What Could Have Been page:
Now, I am pretty sure that I should remove everything after "spinoff for Transformers", but, maybe we could turn this into a better example of What Could Have Been. What do you think?
Edited by Playing_with_boy on Jan 22nd 2019 at 7:12:00 AM
Creator.Nintendo reeks of natter disguising itself as objective tropes. For example:
Well, I guess we may need some sources proving that some people call Wii U the last gaming console because the gaming companies' use of third-party transactions.
No, no, no citations. "The last video game console" just isn't Last of Its Kind even if we agree that it's true.
Edited by HighCrate on Jan 24th 2019 at 7:49:39 AM
In The Secret of NIMH, there's this entry:
How should this be edited? Is it an example of the trope?
SeriousBusiness.RealLife needs some serious cleaning. Lots of natter, improper indentation, first-person language, repeated examples (I think the Italian food police are mentioned about 5 times)...it's just a mess.
Edited by MissMokushiroku on Feb 9th 2019 at 4:54:03 AM
Stock "Yuck!" is very messy and full of natter. It's likely supposed to be "Food: Sub-bullets are examples", but all the proper indentation means that much of the page is trying to explain why people hate the food.
Edited by Pichu-kun on Feb 20th 2019 at 6:52:59 AM
Found this Buffy the Vampire Slayer example on The Hedonist that argues with itself. I commented it out until it can be fixed.
I don't think you're supposed to list tropes describing the creator itself on Creator pages. I removed this example and other such tropes.
Edited by Someoneman on Feb 20th 2019 at 10:18:42 AM
From Vague Age, about Teen Titans:
"But these in the animated version look like young adults but are teenagers" was added on a few weeks ago. But it seems nattery and incorrect to me. The Titans look like teens to me.
I agree with , and the natter section has pour grammer [sic].
NightmareFuel.The LEGO Movie's got quite a lot of side comments and contradictory subbullets.
Edited by Berrenta on May 8th 2019 at 6:06:44 AM
The single entry in the Real Life folder on Oh, the Humanity! reads like a chat log.
It does seem like there's some noteworthy info in there, but it's currently a mess and I have no idea what to keep and what to toss.
my attempt at cleaning it up:
Looks good to me. Thanks!
Anyone know how to streamline this Americans Hate Tingle example from YMMV.Yokai Watch?
Edited by Pichu-kun on May 19th 2019 at 7:15:38 AM
MisaimedFandom.Myth And Religion is full of natter according to nombretomado.
Remind me where I said that? Not ringing a bell.
~nombretomado, I requested an edit request on YMMV.The Bible based on the entries under the Christianity folder in MisaimedFandom.Myth And Religion. But since you said it was a mess of indentation and natter, I decided to help fix the problem.
Found my response, which did advise trimming of the entries you had copied for cross-wicking. I did not review the page as a whole.
Edited by nombretomado on May 24th 2019 at 4:47:27 AM
The page-top description at Page Three Stunna is full of natter.
There's a ton of nattering and subbullets in Loot Drama, which I found after sorting through cases of Linking to an Article Within the Article.
Gonna remove the bullet-pointed example of Page Three Stunna.
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