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I disagree, but honestly, it's not such an issue for me -- I can let it be. What I had issue with is what I wrote to you about, which is undoing my revisions on mass without even bothering to message me. You've done this on several occasions now, and I find it very aggravating, and believe an administrator should demonstrate more tact.

Victar (talk)19:11, 25 April 2013

It's pretty standard practice on Wiktionary to undo edits that you think are bad. You can ask User:SemperBlotto about that. On the other hand, it's common courtesy to discuss and form a consensus, before re-applying your changes after they were undone.

CodeCat19:14, 25 April 2013

At some point, you need to take responsibility for your actions, instead of denying them.

Victar (talk)19:20, 25 April 2013

I am taking responsibility for my actions, I'm following standard practice. You're the one who's trying to go against that.

CodeCat19:21, 25 April 2013

It's a shame you feel that way.

Victar (talk)19:23, 25 April 2013

Well, if you had apologised for being so rude earlier, I might have been a little more forthcoming. But I guess that's the way things go, miss.

CodeCat19:24, 25 April 2013