Uncyclopedia is an encyclopedia full of misinformation and utter lies. You might say it puts the "psych!" in "encyclopedia". It's sort of like Congress or Parliament, but unlike Congress or Parliament, they do have a sense of humor.
Here are some interesting articles from Uncyclopedia (remember, Uncyclopedia is not Wikipedia):
The British Film Industry is, remarkably enough, the film industry from Mediocre Britain. One of the most successful film industries in the world, its wise and far-sighted producers realised in the mid-80’s that people were afraid of any form of innovation or originality in the cinema, and so endlessly re-make the same 3 movies.
Uncyclopedia on British Film Industry
When faced with a large group of similar looking people, the Slim Shady Algorithm can be applied to deduce which member of the group is the authentic person whom you are seeking.
Uncyclopedia on Slim Shady Algorithm
Microsoft Access is Microsoft's answer to the classic program noir Colin Brett-Leomen's Have Fun With Accounts. Colin Brett-Leomen was a man troubled. His wife had left him to enginneer a coup d'etat in Rhodesia, his son had caused a time paradox, causing Colin to flicker in and out of existence, and he had a moustache. The only joy in his life was his business, 'Brian's Brushes', which did sell a few brushes, but mostly dealt in insurance.
Uncyclopedia on Microsoft Access
“You want to know the truth?.. YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!!”
~ Oscar Wilde on Truth
“The Truth is just a lie that hasn't been discovered yet and that's the truth.”
~ Oscar Wilde on Truth
Be warned, every statement on this page is a lie, including this one.
Uncyclopedia on Truth
(Wilde wilde wicked) Wikipedia (also spelt "Wikipaedia" and sometimes they get all snooty and use one of these things, "æ" like this:"Wikipædia"), is a tragic parody of Uncyclopedia, although Wikipedia claims the reverse. Wikipedia is ruled by Dr.Phil, live from a soundstage in Hollywood California. Wikipedia, despite proporting to be an encyclopedia, is actually a database including such things as: lists of trains, Mortal Kombat characters, one-time villains from Mario games, road intersections, boring suburban schools, garage bands, cats, webcomics, Digimon, Bionicle characters, webforums, characters from English soap operas, Mortal Kombat characters that don't exist, and a thing they call articles.
Uncyclopedia on Wikipedia
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