Wikipedia wrote:In writing, "Mister" is almost always abbreviated "Mr." or "Mr" when used with the person's name. As with most abbreviations of titles, in the United States and Canada a period follows the abbreviated form, while in most Commonwealth countries, the period (full stop) is not used.
'Mr' is European. 'Mr.' is American. 'Mr' wins.
Note that I have given up on the 'Mr or Mister' debate. But I just wanted to reaffirm the fact that 'Mr.' is out of the question...
PluMGMK wrote:Serious ownage! BTW, I voted Mr and I have no intention of contributing to the wiki so this laziness theory is wrong too.
Can you prove that every single person who voted 'Mr' had no intention of contributing to the wiki? Let me answer that for you: no, you can't. Don't post such stupidness again.