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Err... Why they deleted it? Is anything wrong? =/ Hope oal will restore it soon...

I deleted it because at the time it was only a two-sentence article and its main purpose seemed to be to link to outside websites. In the future it might be a good idea to leave a "work in progress" note on the Talk page of a short page that you're planning to come back to.

Sorry, it was really "in progress", the FAQ needed to be translated. I'll annotate such cases on the Talk page in future. --oal 11:16, 12 Jul 2005 (UTC)

Fair enough. Admins, along with being devestatingly handsome and killingly witty, can resurrect deleted pages, so if this happens again and you don't have a backup of what you had written, you can drop a note on an admin's talk page requesting undeletion. --Rcmurphy 01:23, 13 Jul 2005 (UTC)
Also, it might be wise to merge this page with Anime, since there are no wikilinks to Onime and quite a few to Anime. An Onime subsection would fit nicely in the Anime article, and it would get more views that way. --Rcmurphy 04:08, 12 Jul 2005 (UTC)

What would be better -- to merge up with Anime or to get a link from Anime? I would like to have the possibility to reference it as Onime. Would a redirect to the extended Anime page make sence? --oal 11:16, 12 Jul 2005 (UTC)

Oh, the reference to Onime is already on the Anime page. --oal 11:21, 12 Jul 2005 (UTC)

The thing is, there are already many links to Anime and only one to Onime (the aforementioned link on the Anime page). On its own - even with the link on the Anime page - Onime probably won't get a lot of traffic. You can do it either way, but I think merging the pages and redirecting Onime, like you said, would be best. --Rcmurphy 01:23, 13 Jul 2005 (UTC)

Okay, is anybody here against the merge-up with Anime and a redirect from Onime to the extended Anime page? I'll wait a few days for a response. --oal 17:32, 13 Jul 2005 (UTC)

At last. Coping this page to Anime, if people over there will be OK with it, this page should be deleted and a redirect to Anime established. -- 18:23, 20 Aug 2005 (UTC) Err... That was me. --oal 18:24, 20 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Onime FAQ[edit]

Shouldn't the onime FAQ be translated into Engrish?

Ugh, sorry...--Oal 21:07, 11 Jul 2005 (UTC)

  • Q: What the hell is onime?
    A: Chinese porn cartoons.
  • Q: ... Mango?
    A: Something like normal comic books, but in that weird Chinese cartoons style.
  • Q: But I've heard that onime is made in Japan...
    A: That's a lie; it's well known that onime is made by Chinese prisoners. It's only ordered by Japan.
  • Q: Why in onime every character has such a weird big eyes? Is it a Japanese inferiority complex?
    A: Sure. Every nation has things to feel shy of.
  • Q: Where did onime came from?
    A: Really, onime history has its roots in times long ago. When first Europeans came to Japan they noticed that every character had big eyes. After that the Soviet scientists had invented animation and Japanese masters started to draw their first works. It's considered that first full-length film (still drawn in Japan) is the Dragonball movie. After that, when Dragonball production became serial it were moved to China to keep the ecological balance.
  • Q: Why onime is so popular in Japan?
    A: Because of that big eyes and breasts, of course. The Japanese are very shy because of their eyes size and seeking consolation in watching onime where almost every Japanese is drawn with big ones. Just only very bad guys get small so they'll feel offensive.
  • Q: And why it's so popular outside of Japan?
    A: After moving all facilities to China most cartoons started to look like porn because of the production techniques violation.
  • To be continued?...

The only problem is that my brain is killed with that Chinese porn so I can't speak Engrish properly and should go drink some poizon (йад). Oh, yea, what about licensing stuff, even if that's almost became to folklore it's still a derived work... in some way... or it isn't?

~ Drdaeman 20:55, 11 Jul 2005 (UTC)

I've added credits to Shiklin and posted the reference to lj://ru_onime. I hope it's enough. But maybe we should state, it was folklore... --Oal 21:07, 11 Jul 2005 (UTC)

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