Talk:Morning wood

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Some topics are intrinsically technical, but editors should try to make them understandable to as many readers as possible. Titles are often proper nouns, such as the name of the person, place or thing that is the subject of the article. The most common name for a subject,as determined by its prevalence in reliable English-language sources, is often used as a title because it is recognizable and natural. Editors should also consider the criteria outlined above. Ambiguous or inaccurate names for the article subject, as determined in reliable sources, are often avoided even though they may be more frequently used by reliable sources. Furthermore, there are several similar pages which are borderline slang hence i see this article as it stands to be appropriate. Then theres also the issue of familiarity, usage and context depending on which English-speaking country you live in. Google search results indicate it is notable in terms of a "common name" context. PassaMethod (talk) 14:14, 28 December 2012 (UTC)