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I see you are obsessed with nudity. You made a comment about it on the following deletion debate which can be seen here. Focus on the what is in image and not what isn't there. Mr. C.C.Hey yo!I didn't do it! 23:21, 21 August 2017 (UTC)
- Hi there. How are you? No, I'm not obsessed with nudity. I appreciate a good-taste nude in arts. The problem or what I might be "obsessed with" (sic) is that people, issues or images with nudity, at least for some Wikimedians, suddenly gather -I am using words loosely here, forget the dictionary meanings- "importance", "notoriousness", "notability" or whatever you may call it. In that DR or anywhere I make this kind of word playing in Commons, I may be referring to some simultaneous or recent discussion or chat on an otherwise NN, OoS subject suddenly being tried to be imposed by some others as notable or in scope, because we see flesh in the image. (In other words, if a child playing in their backyard is not in scope, s/he continues not to be in scope even if he or she is playing naked in the backyard. The image is not about nudity, which is very normal in children; also people riding a bike naked should be assessed in relation to the importance of the biking event. I mean size is not important. :-) That is all. If you still have questions -I mean other than advicing me- please continue to chat here. I don't want to see nudity on my TP... (Hey, are my jokes so difficult to catch or that bad taste? :-) Be well. --E4024 (talk) 06:45, 22 August 2017 (UTC)
- It's a personal photo of some guy in a suit Your reasoning for deletion is dumb. You have an obsession. If the picture was of some person who was nude, that would be different, but the fact of the matter is, it wasn't. Stick to the topic and don't make it something it isn't. That could be seen a disruptive. Jokes are usually funny. You might want to try that sometime. Mr. C.C.Hey yo!I didn't do it! 18:02, 22 August 2017 (UTC)