From LOLCat Bible Translation Project
I made a basic link box for linking between chapters on my Job One page - what do people think about using something like it as a standard?
|Previous Book||Previous Chapter||This Book||Next Chapter||Next Book|
|Book of Whatever||This Four||Book of This||This Six||Book of The Next Thing|
--Joaquin67 14:16, 30 July 2007 (EDT)
Great idea. Beats the hell out of my crappy internal links. I'm going to start replacing my links with this but I don't know how we are supposed to give you credit for this. I will steal some ideas... I mean get some inspiration from Wikipedia. Also, I can assume the majority of these guidelines were meant for me. I will work on it :P --Jesus 20:45, 30 July 2007 (EDT)
Hrm. not too sure about "Previous Book" or "Next Book". I do like the previous chapter, this book/next chapter though. Perhaps at the bottom of that we can have "Book List" or something. not sure.
I created something like that but I need you to make me a Template:Old Testament page before I can continue work--Jesus 11:17, 31 July 2007 (EDT)
I (Landei) like the different styles, but shouldn't we at least use the same spellings for some common words like cheezburgr, cookiez, kinkz, teh, sed, doodz, usual abbreviationz (upper or lowercase) n stuff, just as a common base? So I'd suggest short a word list. What do you think?
--- Yeah, I was thinking this. I'll make a new page for spelling guidelines. We'll discuss things there. --Zotnix 23:26, 1 September 2007 (EDT)
--- Isn't it generally accepted that it is spelled "kittahs" and not "kittehs"? I've seen a few instances of kittehs here, but I've always seen it as "kittahs" --Busydoingnothing 20:37, 9 October 2007 (EDT)
Bold numbered list
If an admin could edit the CSS files or whatever so that numbered lists were always bold, it would probably make some stuff a bit easier. --Superiority 00:35, 29 September 2007 (EDT)
- Looks like this has been done. May Ceiling Cat give you cheezburgr! Cattus petasatus 11:03, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
Why did it change? Invisible man was way more descriptive.
Cus ceiling cat is funnier Bboyneko 13:12, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
- I'm beginning to lean more towards Invisible Man. Sort of like cats have a "master" human, lolcats have a "godlike" human. The man who provides the canned food. The one they look up to for pets. I'll try and set up a vote for that. --Zotnix 14:03, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
Can we has some specific name aliases? Moses could be Monorail Cat, David could be LOLrus. etc... But we'd need a proper agreed list?
LOLCat "in jokes"
Standard LOLCat-isms should also be defined and used consistently throughout. As explained elsewhere, "Ceiling Cat" is God. Because "can has cheezburgr" is so standard, that should have a definitive meaning (I propose that it pertain to salvation, eternal life and going to heaven.) But there should be a specific meaning for that, as well as for "Iz in ur." --Reimero 13:43, 9 October 2007 (EDT)
LOLCat pidgin ONLY? no l33t sp33k right?
I don't like the use of l33t words like 'n00b' etc. I think this should be a kitty pidgin bible only. Bboyneko 13:12, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
A useful text source
I have a [[searchable online Bible]] with about three different translations which might be useful for looking up texts. More flexible search options than a lot of online Bibles. (And if this ever gets completed, including apocrypha, I totally want to add it.) It's also the first online Bible I know of to link back to lolcatbible.
I have a favorite online bible I like to use: [] has MANY translations. Also I like using this online lolcat talk translator: [] The only bad thing about this translator is it generates ALL CAPS. So what i do is I cut and paste the text into WORD, then go to FORMAT > CHANGE CASE and select SENTENCE CASE which converts the all caps into normal sentences.
I suggest we post links to these two online bibles in the guidelines page or home page, and then also link to the lolcat translator so people can help us out faster. Bboyneko 13:16, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
Common Memes in the LOLCatBible
Here are some suggestions for names of God not yet specified:
- The Lord == Top Cat
- Jesus == JesusCat
- The Holy Spirit == HoverCat
Thus, the Trinity is Ceiling Cat / Top Cat, JesusCat, and HoverCat. --
- In view of door cat subbing for ceiling cat, I wondered if Jesus == DoorCat? -- Flooof 13:53, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
- Haha, I also kind'a like the idea, but I think that it's too obscure to really use. It has to retain some sort of connection to the actual story, or else it's just too difficult to understand, and actually loses some of the humor. Names are generally kept the same, and Jesus' name is actually used, whereas God is really an unnamed entity. anshkakashi 13:59, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
How do you automatically sign your Edits?
Apparently, Reimero and Superiority (above) know how to do it! Tell us all!! -kthxbai
- Just put four tildes at the end of your post. This is a tilde:~ Cattus petasatus 06:38, 11 October 2007 (EDT)