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  • Why did you change the quoted publisher's text here?

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    • Yeah, we just find it easier and friendlier for communication than usernames which are usually complicated or have numbers (if someone asks us to just call them Bernie, that works too, whether or not it's their real name).

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    • We've tried to make it as friendly as possible at Muppet Wiki:Communication.

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  • Hi again. Take it easy on adding Song Spoofs category to pages please. Song spoofs and parodies are more than just borrowing or deriving the melody from another song. Thanks!

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  • Since you hate opera, what do you think of Placido Flamingo?

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  • Hi. We've had to revert some of your edits, including a couple on the Ivy Austin page. Listing every one-off character she voiced isn't really necessary and looks rather excessive in article text. We also make it a point to cite trivia; this tidbit you added to the Floyd Pepper page is interesting, but is it from a reliable source (book, article, etc.) or is it an observation?

    As a reminder, don't undo or change edits made by an admin, especially if they leave an edit summary explaining why. And to reiterate, remember to show your sources and write from a Neutral Point of View (check out Muppet Wiki:FAQ, which elaborates on both). Please leave a reply back so we know you understand, or if you have a question. Thanks!

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    • Hi again. We appreciate your additions to the Cross-dressing characters page, but as a small reminder, we're only tracking instances of actual Muppet characters dressing in drag. Muppet Mentions are discredited; any outside references made on other shows (like Family Guy, for instance) do not belong on that page. Thanks, and again, please reply back so I know you're reading these messages.

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    • Please stop adding this image to the Cross-dressing characters page. This and Piggy's Kermit costume are not instances of women dressing in male drag.

      I also noted in a previous message to not undo edits made by an admin, particularly if they leave an edit summary, and considering that you still did so after I explained my edit comes off as extremely unfriendly and not cooperative.

      Not to pressure you, but communicating is important when working in a community like this. If you think your edits should stay, you need to say so and explain why. Start a forum conversation, so other users can weigh in. Also, it would be helpful to post a reply to this, so I know you're actually reading these messages. Thank you.

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    • Hi! I'm reiterating what Jonathan said, and he's left edit summaries to explain why. I know you keep saying "DO NOT DELETE" but what you need to do is respond to these messages *here* to discuss the matter. Cross-dressing is dressing as another gender. Not all Character Impersonations are drag, even if it's of a male character. We're fairly generous in our definition of Character Impersonations, including full-on "posing as the character" to "dressing in tribute to." Prairie Dawn, Zoe, Rosita, and Abby are wearing dresses. They have capes and the Count's sash as accessories. That does not mean they are dressing as men. If they wore moustaches, that would be cross-dressing. You have yet to reply to any messages left by any admins. If you're having some technical difficulty with the walls, feel free to try another contact method, but we *must* hear from you. Otherwise, if you engage in edit warring behavior one more time (undoing edits which administrators have explained to you and warned you not to change), you will be blocked. I don't mean to sound harsh, but communication is important, so this is a final warning.

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    • Thank you. I didn't mean to be stupid, so I added this to the page:

      "While not exactly cross-dressing, female characters often wear feminine versions of a male character's costume, for example, Abby CadabbyPrairie DawnZoe and Rosita wore feminine versions of Count von Count's costume at the Jim Henson Company's 2012 holiday party as a tribute to Jerry Nelson along with the rest of the Sesame Streetcast, and Miss Piggy wore a Kermit dress in honor of Kermit's birthday in The Muppet Show episode 406."

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  • Hi there! While the two cows are indeed based from the same generic puppet, saying that they're "possibly" the same character based on appearance is an assumption; not a fact.

    So next time, if you catch yourself thinking "This character could probably be another character," feel free to bring it up on the forum or on a talk page, so you can discuss it with other users. Thanks!

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  • Hi, welcome to Muppet Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Folge 2324 page.

    Please leave me a message if I can help with anything!

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