- You may or may not be looking for a more general disclaimer, a general disco lamer, or mayhaps even a sensible explanation.
“This is too much for me to take!”
Illogicopedia is the official encyclopedia of your mom, which she has secretly been running all these years. At least that's what the administrators claim. I reckon it's another cunning plan concocted by the evil superpowers that be to further oppress the Illogicopedia user. But hey, what do I know? I'm just a carbon based bean. It is an insane repository of words put together in no particular order. We, the writers, editors and megalomaniacal mad scientists hope that You will find our prose amusing, a word which here means; "Interesting for other people to look at and possibly even read, but which must under no circumstances prompt them to quack. Oh, and beware of the salmon moose, lest it moo your nose to the Moon!"
The moon? It's just the back of the sun!
But, by any means, it is not required that your endless
baboons babblings be considered funny by anyone - neither objectively or subjectively - to qualify for inclusion. As you must have noticed by now, this is a place where not all is as it seems. Because nothing is real, nothing can be trusted. And, as they say, trust is power. Therefore, nothing is powerful, and can be of great help if you ask nicely. Or something.
All of this is in great contrast to Uncyclopedia, a most dreadful realm of sanity and coherency, which, unlike nothing, does not come to your help regardless of how nicely you ask. Oh, the pain! The painfully painful pain! I'm bleeding love! Blee-da-blee, bleeding love.
And another thing...
- Illogicopedia is Family Guy to Uncyclopedia's The Simpsons, Encyclopedia Dramatica's Beavis and Butthead, and Wikinews's Robot Chicken. In this sense, I haven't a clue what Wikia would be, probably an animated version of 1984.
And an important Notice
By accessing this article you have made Illogicopedia reference itself. Nice job. You just shut down the Internet. Good thing Chuck Norris is always there to get it back up again, huh? Well, good.