I'm not sure if this the 'right' forum to post this, but.... Here goes...
Forget about Britannica, and meet Uncyclopedia
. Formally the adoptive first cousin of Wikipedia
stands for everything Wikipedia cannot have: misinformation, satire, and lies.
Does this prove that satire and humour can take off in a collaborative environment, a possibility often contested by grumpy
Wikipedians? What many people don't know is that the Wikipedia article on the Flying Spaghetti Monster was partly copied from the FSM article about the FlyingSpaghettiMonster on Uncyclopedia.
Ahoy, me hearty and welcome to Pirateopedia (formally HMS Uncyclopedia), the duty-free encyclopedia that pirates can edit Arghh! Davey Jones has inspired us to sink and pillage 13288 ships since we set sail in January 2005. Before running out your guns, please read the ships charter and the pirates code or you'll be Walking the Plank. If you scurvy dogs still are still a bit confused then speak to polly(sqwark, Pieces of Eight, Pieces of Eight)
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