If you're wondering why I deleted all of the welcome messages, it's because it was kind of weird to see a ton of random stuff on my page right after my account was created

Why did you delete?

Why did you delete the entire page? I'm curious.
12944qwerty Logo.png 12944qwerty  Talk  Contribs  Scratch  20:34, 11 February 2019 (UTC)

He has his reasons, and that's all that really matters - I mean, considering the only content was welcome messages I suppose it's alright. It would only matter if there was an ongoing discussion.
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08:22, 12 February 2019 (UTC)

Because...

all that random stuff on your page was us Wikians etc... welcoming you to the wiki if you're wondering how we knew your account was created check here the user creation log

sorry if we overwhelmed you


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15:10, 13 February 2019 (UTC)

I'm sorry if I wasn't supposed to delete it. I can try and put it back by copying it from someone else's talk and change every instance of their username to "CoolPenguin10."

CoolPenguin10Talk Contributions 15:49, 13 February 2019 (UTC)

Should I recover it?

CoolPenguin10Talk Contributions

No, it's fine.
12944qwerty Logo.png 12944qwerty  Talk  Contribs  Scratch  20:24, 13 February 2019 (UTC)
It's OK to remove resolved discussions, though it's better to archive them rather than delete them. Before reading anything, read the Help:Welcome tutorial! That has everything you need to know first.
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03:27, 14 February 2019 (UTC)

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WikiMonitor (talk | contribs) 17:58, 13 February 2019 (UTC)

Couple things to remember

I noticed that in the above messages, you didn't use indents. Indents are basically a form of replying. ':' colons are used to make indents. People also use {{outdent|<number of colons>}} when there are too many indents. Generally 6. Here is an easy way to remember:

Message
:Reply
::Reply to reply
:::Reply to reply to reply
::::Reply...
:::::Reply...
::::::Reply...
{{outdent|6}}
Reply...
:Reply...

Also, your custom signature breaks many rules. Is it ok for me to quickly fix them? Or I'll tell you how.
Also, to remember the wiki markup look here
12944qwerty Logo.png 12944qwerty  Talk  Contribs  Scratch  20:22, 13 February 2019 (UTC)

♥ A Little Welcome ♥

Wiki icon.png Hey there! Welcome to the Wiki, CoolPenguin10! Wiki icon.png

I hope you can make lots of helpful edits. Remember to check out the new page policies and especially the guidelines. The Wiki can be a little tricky in the beginning - I'm still making lots of mistakes. Mainly remember to include a summary of what you did with your edits and use a signature at the end of a reply/new topic on talk pages only. Don't worry; you'll get the hang of things eventually!

Wishing you lots of luck, EIephant_Lover
If you deleted your previous messages to remove welcome templates, sorry :)
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02:33, 15 February 2019 (UTC)

Please don't make several edits in a short amount of time

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WikiMonitor (talk | contribs) 09:52, 17 February 2019 (UTC)
OK. I was just editing Scratch blocks, but they don't appear normally in previews.

CoolPenguin10Talk Contributions 19:04, 20 February 2019 (UTC)

Your sig....

your sig doesnt look right, it hasnt got your profile picture on it, if you can try and fix it
Jjbullet.png JJBullet (Talk Contributions601 edits)
08:53, 6 March 2019 (UTC)

Oh ok sure

CoolPenguin10Talk Contributions 17:54, 9 March 2019

I'm just wondering something.

For anyone reading this, I'm just wondering what I should use for referring to someone who doesn't have their gender set/prefers to remain non-binary. Should I do "it has its" or "they have their"? "They," "them" and "their" all refer to the third person plural, while "it," "it's" and "its" all refer to an object or animal.
CoolPenguin10Talk Contributions 17:57, 9 March 2019

Please use they, them, their if you don't know their gender or if they haven't acknowledged their gender anywhere. Otherwise you can use he or she.
Also, you sig is breaking many rules. Would you like me to fix it?
12944qwerty Logo.png 12944qwerty  Talk  Contribs  Scratch  21:46, 9 March 2019 (UTC)
In recent years, "they", "them", and "their" are all usable as gender-neutral third-person singular as well. In terms of meaning, "they" can now either imply unknown gender or multiple people; using "he" or "she" or "it" implies known gender or inanimateness. Grammatically, you still say "they are" rather than "they is" but in some cases the plural remains singular: "themself" (meaning the self of a gender-unknown person) rather than "themselves" (the self of a group of people).
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07:05, 10 March 2019 (UTC)