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Yeah, I don't like it either, but there's not much I can do about it at the moment. Sorry.
You have edited an already existing story—adding or deleting more lines, modifying the plot of the story or changing the story altogether, possibly without the permission of the author.
- The big difference between Squidward's Suicide and Sonic.exe is that, whereas Sonic.exe is just another cliché haunted game / BEN Drowned rip-off that somehow got popular, Squidward's Suicide is one of the original Lost Episode pastas and wasn't really cliché for its time. Even if it hasn't aged well, it's not going anywhere because it's a true classic of the genre.
The thing about Squidward's Suicide is it pioneered those cliches you keep complaining about. And it is no where near as badly written as Sonic.exe, nor as cliche. It is an actual Classic.
So the writer's workshop is for getting feedback on your stories. It's perfectly acceptable to post stories on the writer's workshop forum as that was the reason why it was organized.
- Don't worry about it.
Hi, first of all, please give me the source of this alleged "update" so I can verify that you didn't write it yourself or something. Second of all, you cannot add anything to the page without expressed permission from User:Giant engineer, the author of "1999". For all I know, what you posted on my talk page might be a fan-made update (which is not allowed).
Why should we change that image, it has become pretty synonymous with the story Tulpa. While it doesn't really fit the badge information, I can't think of a more suitable replacement.
The story you just marked for deletion actually went through the Spinoff Appeal and was cleared. It doesn't happen too often, but it does happen sometimes. Just thought you should know.
No problem, it has unfortunately happened before with stories that they will be cleared for the site and then be deleted minutes later. I just wanted to prevent that, at least until it can get some more feedback.
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To be honest, I didn't find it to be that bad. JtK was deleted via community decision, it might have stayed up if a thread hadn't been made. Also, we can't delete stuff just because a YouTuber says we should - that would give YouTubers more power than normal users over the 'site. If you wish, you can ask another admin about this, because I might be being stupid. Anyway, regards, Underscorre - Talk to me 06:40, January 15, 2015 (UTC)
The issue with altering/blanking messages is that a user's talk page is a public record and if everyone went around removing/changing their messages, we'd have a huge discrepancy and it'd be a pain to follow who said what. I'd just chalk it up to miscommunications and let it lie. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 02:02, December 29, 2015 (UTC)
- And now you're banned for a day for ignoring rules and altering/deleting messages. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 02:03, December 29, 2015 (UTC)
I'd suggest just walking away then if you feel like your interaction with this site is that impactful for your mental health. I can issue a permanent ban if you want, but I'd prefer giving you more agency in choosing to distance yourself from situations that you see as detrimental to your wellbeing. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 05:25, December 31, 2019 (UTC)
- If that's your decision, I can issue a ban for as long as you'd like then. Just let me know if you'd like a permanent ban (i.e. locking your account and editing capabilities) or if you'd like me to leave your talk page (i.e. your main means of undoing your self-imposed ban.) for a set time. Hope you are able top sort out any issues. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 06:01, December 31, 2019 (UTC)