Uncyclopedia, the whacko’s reference to the Universe

This is the effect Uncyclopedia has on its readers. Image taken from http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/Image:Hahauncyc.jpg.Thanks to a post by Brown Baron at Brown Thoughts, I found a wiki that is truly out of this world! It’s Uncyclopedia, an antithesis of Wikipedia, and its tagline is “the content-free encyclopedia that anyone can edit, unless the server goes down, in which case no-one can edit.” The great thing about this site is that the content is all bogus, and Wikipedia describes that “most of the articles are either completely fictional, or parodied to such an extent that little or no original factual accuracy remains”.

I highlighted in Brown’s site about how I love the definition for Mother, one being a person who creates moths for a living, much like how a lawyer invents laws for a living — hilarious! You can even rearrange the letters in Uncyclopedia to get words such as “Copied Lunacy”, “Loud Cynic Ape”, and — so they claimed — “Wikipedia”!

More? Uncyclopedia’s logo is a parody of Wikipedia’s, modified to look like hollowed potato (even has a Disabled Person icon!), and — get this — it even has its own flags, like the ones for the Kingdom of Uncyclopedia, Uncyclopedian Space Station of Retards, as well as Empire of Wikipedia, Totalitarian Lordship over Kamelopedia, Uncyclopedia and Encyclopædia Dramatica (right now it’s using the Sovereign Nation of Uncyclopedia flag)!

If you don’t have a sense of humour, don’t visit this site. If you do visit this site, don’t visit it during work hours in your office — you’ll make yourself look like a half-wit lunatic laughing your bottom off as your workmates run for their lives out of terror.

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[EDIT] Oh my God, I just found another hilarious article in Uncyclopedia called Incomplete! PLEASE DON’T READ IT, I BEG YOU!

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Posted on 9 October, 2007 under Web traversing and tagged with , , , ,


  1. Brown Baron says:

    Thanks for the link love! 🙂

  2. John Lampard says:

    You begin to wonder if there’s much of a difference between wikipedia and uncyclopedia when you see some of the articles on wikipedia. The factual basis of some their content isn’t always sound :/

    1. Lorna says:

      You’re right, come to think of it!

  3. Greg Lunger says:

    I Love it, Thank you for sharing about it !!!******

    All the Best My Friend !!!******

  4. Steve M says:

    Thanks for the link, very funny.

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