Incel Wiki:Articles that are not about accuracy
Actually funny, popular, or entertaining articles about memes or obscure theories do not need to be descriptive, extremely accurate, or contain citations. Thus, whether a humor article should not be entirely rewritten is not dependent on it's accuracy but rather other factors.
An example of an article being entertaining or popular would be if third-party sites cited it, or if someone other than the author of the page found it funny.
Here is how to decide if an article should be heavily modified or added to in the spirit of accuracy, descriptiveness etc... To be taken in good faith.
- Is the article funny, popular, or entertaining to someone other than the author?
- if yes, is the title of the page about a meme or obscure theory?
- if yes, the article should probably not be entirely rewritten on the basis of descriptiveness, accuracy, or citations
Q: Should the buttmogging page be rewritten to be more reflective of the reality of butt appreciation?
A: Is it popular, funny-to-another-person, or a wiki-exclusive idea?, yes. Is it a meme or obscure theory? Yes. so it does not need to be rewritten.
Q: Should the X-Factor Theory page be entirely wiped and replaced with my own opinion?
A: Is it popular, funny-to-another-person, or a wiki-exclusive idea? Yes, it is popular as it has been cited on Twitter by a random person as good and that citation got a lot of retweets and likes. Is it wiki-exclusive idea of meme? It is an obscure theory? Yes and yes, so it does not need to be rewritten.