Talk:Christine Weston Chandler
Chris-chan, furry? Please... the very article disgraces the furry fandom and this website together. He's even said that he doesn't identify as furry. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk • contribs) .
- If he has a fursona and draws furry art, he's relevant to the fandom. It needs references and expansion (and is tagged for such) but it is as valid an article as hundreds of other stubs like it. Keep. Deletion contested and detagged per proposed deletion. --CodyDenton 10:41, 11 February 2011 (UTC)
- I disagree. The man IS a disgrace to the furry fandom. If you Google "CWCki", an ENTIRE Wiki devoted to his exploits and sexploits, you'll see that he is a poor example of a furry. Must we encourage this? He doesn't draw any more, and hasn't since 2009. And his "Chris Chan Sonichu" is not a fursona. The only audience is a band of trolls and an unlucky few legitimate viewers; I bet even the few furries that ever viewed it are trolls. His artwork is insignificant to the fandom. No serious furry would be caught dead viewing his comic. I contest your deletion of the deletion tag and hereby reinstate it. --KaliPaige 22:58, 13 August 2011 (EDT)
Made by a troll
This page was obviously made by a troll. If you click on the picture of the man himself, you will see a user named "Pickle Man" uploaded it. Now, let us do our research. If you go to the CWCki, a wiki built ALL around this guy, there is one page in particular that will tell you everything you need to know. Click here. Now, reading through the article, we can discern that Christian Weston Chandler is DEATHLY afraid of pickles, to the point of being a phobia. Trolls in the past have preyed upon this weakness of his, some ACTUALLY meeting him in public wearing suits that look like giant pickles. Why in the heck would a legitimate user make an article upon and upload a picture of a person who has been trolled numerous times before by the mere mention of pickles under the alias of "Pickle Man"? --KaliPaige 01:24, 14 August 2011 (EDT)