The article with the longest title ever for a wiki article, it's so long that you wouldn't probably remember it but who care's it's long and wide and that's what people care about is how long it is and longer is better then shorter based on common law
“Well... That's a long, possibly unrememberable title. Can I call you Bob?”
The article with the longest title ever for a wiki article, it's so long that you wouldn't probably remember it but who care's it's long and wide and that's what people care about is how long it is and longer is better then shorter based on common law (or TAWTLTEFAWAISLTYWPRIBWCILAWATWPCAIHLIIALIBTSBOCL) is the longest page title and an actual human being. Born on 1992, this innovative title has strived unnoticed. Eating off of scraps and starving to death. (at the time, it only had one word). When someone rich, let's say Bill Gates came along and adopted him. He was given the best of stuff and so he grew a longer title. And here we are today! He currently works as an enginneer possibly killing Encyclopedia Dramatica from spreading Microsoft's evil.
The person is generally disregarded due to the fact that he has a long ass title. People would say "Damn that's long, how do I remember it again?" and forget his name within seconds. The shortcut is also no exception due to it being as long as the title, but nontheless he deserves a page on a wiki dedicated to humor and other things considered funny, even though it won't be viewed because people won't be bothered to remember the name. Hell even trying to remember the name or the equally as long acronym will give you a massive headache that'll last till' Yoon or until you take a lot of excederin which may, I don't know the certainty but it may make you stupid... er'. It's been considered impossible to remember the name, due to it being incredably long and all, even beating out longcat, and longcat is Llllooooonnnnggg. But as I said before. Illogicopedia must know about this guy with the really, really, really, long, name.