Hold on there dirt fans; you haven’t gone round the u-bend to the wrong site. Dumptionary.com is getting a make-over!

We’re going all web2.0 on your ass with a view to giving your experience here more girth, length – and an extended splash – of flair.

Now, we could have gone the professional route of developing the site, extensively testing off-line and polishing our shiney bright new turd before uploading the whole mass ready to rock, but that’s not our style. Just like quality bum-lumber, it will be honestly, and slowly extruded and curled out before your very eyes, sweet-corn warts and all.

You will see plenty of changes over the next week [few weeks!] or so as we, quite honestly, fumble around blindly with no plan at all to create our new home. By “our”, we of course mean you, our dedicated fans.

We want to provide some historical archiving of our site, accessible to all so you can keep up with us, and to allow us to update more regularly. Just because you don’t see much action on the site, the species are quite literally piling up behind us – there are a huge number of species updates in the pipeline! The biggest aim of this update, however, is to allow a measure of interaction with our beloved dirt fans, including the ability for you to comment on our work here and, more excitingly, we would like to open up the birthing-suite doors to you all, for you to submit your very own efforts for addition to the Readers Wipes section. A very exciting time ahead, we’re sure you’ll agree!

We ask you to be patient with us as we develop, but hope you’ll understand there’s lots of juicy fibrous goodness to come. We’re all pretty excited about this here at Dumptionary.com, we hope you are too.

The Dumptionary Team.