|This article is nominated for deletion!|
- Delete AMBER(RΘCK) 11:13, 14 January 2008 (UTC) - (As the article itself states, they do not exist in Warcraft. Having this article lingering around is simply confusing, and to be honest.. I didn't find it all that funny.)
- Delete Acecow 23:38, 15 January 2008 (UTC) - (Though Baggins is great and all...there really is no point in keeping this article)
- Keep User:Sandwichman2448/Sig 16:34, 14 January 2008 (UTC) - (I like Baggins. Perhaps we could keep it in his namespace?)
- Keep --User:Gourra/Sig2 16:21, 19 January 2008 (UTC) - (If it's cited in the Warcraft RPG then keep it. I don't see any harm in it.)
- Keep Fandyllic 20:03, 4 February 2008 (UTC) - (The origin of the term halfling could be done better, but still a keeper.)
Actually unlike most silly things this article is rather actually an "informative" factoid. Its an actual quote made in the RPG. Its been cited and everything. Perhaps it doesn't belong in silly, because its too much of a "fact", ;). Actually the only thing that truly makes it silly was that I added a picture, and made a caption for the picture.
Although I found the quote to be kinda funny in that it was the kind of thing that 'captain obvious' would say ;). Its rather obvious that halflings "don't exist".
So the paradox is we could delete the article, however the quote, would still diserves a mention somewhere (its citeable information from an official source), ;), snickers. We could unsillify the article, and just leave the quote, but that would still have issues, as the article would be extremely limited in size. We could rename the article to something quite obvious like, Halflings don't exist (no duh), but that could be unwieldy.
However, it is citeable information, and credible information must not be hidden from the world <winks>.Baggins 15:47, 19 January 2008 (UTC)