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Edit warring on the Emma Watson page
Can someone please solve this issue that is being caused by another editor that is making false additions to the Emma Watson page. She isn't blonde, her eyes aren't light brown, they aren't hazel, they aren't light. And she's not 4.6.
She may have dyed her hair blonde in the past, but her official hair colour is light brown. Also if there's going to be a debate as to whether her eyes are dark or light brown, I think that it should remain tweaked to a more neutral description, or otherwise change the information back to dark brown, because her eyes are clearly not light brown, and they clearly aren't hazel. ― C.Syde (talk | contribs) 09:59, March 27, 2016 (UTC)
- I've protected the page in the hopes of the stemming the current edit war. Personally, I don't the purpose of listing the eye and hair colours of actors in their infoboxes, since it strikes me as fluff/trivia, rather than useful or interesting information which could assist the reader in understanding of the article's subject. With fictional characters, on the other hand, providing a description of physical appearance is useful, since the fictional characters exist strictly within the realm of imagination, and summarizing the imaginary world of the HP novels is our mandate. ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 19:15, March 27, 2016 (UTC)
Protected articles edit request
The articles Flora Carrow and Hestia Carrow, both recently locked because of edit warring by Jdogturd7, contain in their Behind the Scenes section the phrase: "Both her and her sister...". This is grammatically incorrect; it should be "Both she and her sister...". — RobertATfm(talk) 11:06, May 1, 2016 (UTC)
- Could've just asked on my talkpage (or the article's talkpage) and I'd have fixed the mistake. :p
- Regardless, I fixed the error, but it would be better to just message a sysop directly or ask on the article talkpage. --Sajuuk 11:08, May 1, 2016 (UTC)
- No need for name calling Bobby boy.
The use of Booby boy was to make the point that it is unpleasant to make slurs about other people's names. Well I feel that user is someone else using another alias to avoid being identified which I consider cowardly.