Erm, why do you need to know where in Australia I live? The only reason I even mention it on my profile is for time zone reasons. But I can promise you, I am not that IP users. I have much better things to do with my time than vandalise pages.
Wikia contributor: what are you trying to say? That I am the vandal because I didn't happen to be online at the specific point in time that IP vandalised? For goodness sake, I have a life! I have responsibilities outside the numerous wikis I edit! I am respected as a good contributor just about everywhere on the Wikia network I choose to help out. And if I truly wanted to vandalise something, it wouldn't be this wiki! What could I possibly hope to achieve from doing that?! And please learn how to use proper grammar and spelling, or at the very least give me the respect of spelling my username correctly!
And Julianthewiki: I'm not going to tell you exactly where I live for the exact same reason I tell you not to post your age on your profile. It's personal information that others don't need to know and for privacy and safety reasons I am not going to give it to you. I don't want to endanger myself in anyway for the sake of the curiosity of someone on the Internet. You should follow the same mindset.
Hey, does anyone else recognise the writing style of the IP user? I think I've seen it somewhere before...
It is hard sometimes finding ambiguities in a question, but I think this one was to its extremes. I took the real number 236 and nerfed it so much so it doesn't make any sense. A typical person would guess. Nice one eh?
I tend to be the kind of person who goes for accusations of things being wrong before guessing, which can get me into some trouble! There have been several times now even with the QotD where I've had to stop myself posting a comment while I thought about a question from a different perspective! And why do I never guess? That would require admitting I'm wrong, and that's impossible!
I want to hear your opinion on the achievements section of the Question of the Day. There are 30 of them, and only three of them have been founded (and all by Blueeighthnote!). I have a feeling it is really hard to earn them. Do you think I should post how to earn each one?
It would probably help people know what they are aiming for. Right now I'm just answering the QotD for the sake of it and have no reason to do anything different because I have no idea what I would have to do differently to aim to get one if the achievements.
Hello, new user! Welcome to ! This is an encyclopedia of 5,616 pages that are used to look up on primes.
Okay, so here are the things to do first:
Add something to your user page. An empty user page is lame, so why add to your user page? Yes, so that everyone will get to know you. Even your close friends, so that they will recognize it's you, and not another friend of yours.
Edit some pages on prime numbers. Wrong grammar, you guess? Or just wanting to add stuff that is about the prime is 100% approved. Well, just like Wikipedia, everyone can edit, even though you think it is already final. Just think that this is not yet final.
Add photos. You can add some photos, like copying the number with your handwriting. You can use any paint editor, like Photoshop, Microsoft Paint, or anything that will make a good one. We also want to see some sieve of Eratosthenes photos you got from online.
Add videos. What are the prime numbers from 1-100? From 901-1000? You can explain everything through a video. We mostly like videos that you made by yourself, even though it is just a simple one, as long as there is enough information in your video.
Earn badges. This actually shows how are you doing in Prime Numbers Wiki. If you wonder, why is adding one photo 2 pictures, it is not literal. In Prime Language, 2 is the first prime number. The 500th is 3,571, and so on and so forth.
If you are not from the US nor UK, or know a language besides English, request one on my message wall and say what language would you like to contribute. This makes understanding prime numbers easier.