Encyclopedia Dramatica: A Mirror Image/update
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Illogicopedia, is a wiki which consists of utterly unfunny nonsense which no one can understand. The wiki's goal is basically to make no sense and be as unamusing as possible, something at which it succeeds massively. It is widely believed that the bulk of the site's content is created by scripts running random word generators, as it would be quite depressing to think that people actually write that stuff.
- Their slogan, "In illogic we trust."
- ED's slogan, "In lulz we trust."
They stole ED's slogan, inscrutable as it is.
its not like ED stole it from "In God we trust." found on every dollar bill or anything - Dimensio
Illogicopedia's ED entry
The disappointing result of Illogicopedia's editors actually trying to form sentient thoughts for once, rather than simply slamming their helmets against their keyboards. As such, it's a sad combination of their standard failed attempt at surreal humor that misses the point entirely and an inane rant on /b/.
Now let's tweek it up, shall we?
Encyclopedia Dramatica is another poor Wikipedia ripoff/humor wiki attempt, which consists of utterly inane nonsense which no one can understand. The wiki's goal is basically to make no sense and be as far from the point as possible, something at which it succeeds massively. It is widely believed that the bulk of the site's content is created by trolls, as it would be quite depressing to think that people actually write that stuff.
It has much of the same user base as 4chan and LiveJournal, which contributes to the idiocracy of the website.
- Their slogan, "In lulz we trust"
- The United States' slogan, "In God we trust"
They stole America's slogan, obvious as it is.
Of course the United States stole their slogan from us. --Somewhat
PWND! And Illogicopedia is free from Wikia, so Encyclopedia Dramatica is WRONG!
DOUBLE PWND! Encyclopedia Dramatica is the same page posted over and over, just with different faces behind the disfigured genitals they show!
- And now for your amusement, a field of flowers:
| Magnificent Madness|
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