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Neopian Times Editorial Database

We've amassed a complete, searchable archive of every Neopian Times Editorial that TNT has written. Did you want to see how many questions about Fish Neggs TNT has received over the years? Or how about how many times "dung" has come up in the editorial? Well, you've come to the right place. To search, just type something in the box below! (The fewer words, the better... usually.)

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I've always delighted in reading the item descriptions. Many of them are so creative and hilarious. After years of enjoying them it finally occurred to me that they don't come out of thin air! So just now, as I was giggling over another gem of a description, I wondered which came first, the chicken or the egg? Does the drawing come first, or does the idea come all at once, or what? Who thinks of this, the writers or the art team? Can you tell us the story of how the magic of things like "la la la la *BITES YOUR FACE*" come to be? ~qbureau

First is the idea for the item, which comes out of the Content Department. That idea is given to our artists to draw, and then the image is uploaded. At that point the Content Department stares at the newly-drawn item, whilst the gears in their heads slowly creak, until the magical moment when their fingers dance like little faeries across their keyboards, leaving the item with such marvelous descriptive text as "la la la la *BITES YOUR FACE*."

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