Why do y'all make a rule about first english policy and unneeded stuff!? Could you say the article can be represented as "Jetsetter or Aero Glider"??
--The fluttering fire Paragoomba 06:36, 7 April 2013 (EDT)
King Boo's Jetsetter
There is a trivia point that says how King Boo's Jetsetter looks like an ambulance die to its colour scheme. I'm not sure this is needed and so I removed, and then it was put back. I don't want to participate in an edit war with the user, but I'm not sure the point is needed, can I get some input from some other users Yoshi876 (talk)
- Go on the internet and search up old fashioned ambulances, some colorations are the same.
--The fluttering fire Paragoomba 06:57, 7 April 2013 (EDT)
- Okay, indeed the coloration may be the same, but as are so many other things! Toad heads, Strawberries and cream, (I'm hungry alright?) and even barber posts (ya know, the swirly ones?). But my point is, on all of the things that are red and white, why pick out an ambulance and slap it on the article when the resemblance is just too vague, unspecific, and all other synonyms of "vague". So for these reasons, I vote to remove this pointless trivia.
I hate this whole problem! >:(
The fluttering fire Paragoomba 07:38, 7 April 2013 (EDT)