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Then I see the synopsis for the Loch Ness movie you just started. You quite literally just started, you couldn't even be bothered to finish the first paragraph. ([http://scoobydoo.wikia.com/wiki/Scooby-Doo!_and_the_Loch_Ness_Monster?diff=197808&oldid=190134 For you to see].)
 
Then I see the synopsis for the Loch Ness movie you just started. You quite literally just started, you couldn't even be bothered to finish the first paragraph. ([http://scoobydoo.wikia.com/wiki/Scooby-Doo!_and_the_Loch_Ness_Monster?diff=197808&oldid=190134 For you to see].)
   
Synopses have been just started before or half finished. But that's not what I want here anymore. I'd appreciate if a draft was done first, that way you can work on it on you're on time, and just copy and paste when you're done. It might seem more of hassle that way, but at least it would be in complete form, instead of leaving an incomplete synopsis on the real page.
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Synopses have been just started before or half finished. But that's not what I want here anymore. I'd appreciate if a draft was done first, that way you can work on it on your on time, and just copy and paste when you're done. It might seem more of hassle that way, but at least it would be in complete form, instead of leaving an incomplete synopsis on the real page.
   
 
You can make test out things (or whatever you want to do before doing a real edit) by making a "User:GinnyStar/" page, and add whatever you want after the forward slash. You can keep on doing that as many times as you want.<ac_metadata title="Synopsis"> </ac_metadata>
 
You can make test out things (or whatever you want to do before doing a real edit) by making a "User:GinnyStar/" page, and add whatever you want after the forward slash. You can keep on doing that as many times as you want.<ac_metadata title="Synopsis"> </ac_metadata>

Latest revision as of 19:44, September 29, 2018

Firstly, I'm glad you're trying to get back into editing here. Secondly, I've been trying to keep as much of what you're adding as much as possible, but it's hard when you miss out on grammar and whatnot.

Then I see the synopsis for the Loch Ness movie you just started. You quite literally just started, you couldn't even be bothered to finish the first paragraph. (For you to see.)

Synopses have been just started before or half finished. But that's not what I want here anymore. I'd appreciate if a draft was done first, that way you can work on it on your on time, and just copy and paste when you're done. It might seem more of hassle that way, but at least it would be in complete form, instead of leaving an incomplete synopsis on the real page.

You can make test out things (or whatever you want to do before doing a real edit) by making a "User:GinnyStar/" page, and add whatever you want after the forward slash. You can keep on doing that as many times as you want.

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