SquirrelNet

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Squirrel dance

Detailed diagram of the SquirrelNet system in action

SquirrelNet is how all of the porn (and other things, such as Uncyclopedia and more porn) that make up the internet are transferred into your computer (well how did you think it was done? A series of tubes?)

edit How it Works

edit Computer to Tunnels

Inside of every computer is one or more squirrels, depending on the computers processor. When the user requests a web page, the squirrel writes it down on a tiny piece of paper, folds it up really really small and posts it out through either a USB port and into a modem, or (if you are still living in a cave, and your computer is made of rock using dial up) straight into your phone line. It then blows really hard on the end, forcing the paper along the tube. It then travels down into the ground, where it is picked up by another squirrel (duh).

More recently, the squirrels have gotten increasingly smaller, so that the process is faster - and the SquirrelNet Protocol gets even better!

edit Tunnels to Area 51

This is the easy bit. The squirrel runs as fast as its tiny legs can carry it through a network of identical tunnels dug by other squirrels using their tails. These are razor sharp and can cut a cow clean In half. This is where they go in the winter. And you thought they were just hibernating, didn’t you? Well guess what? You were wrong. Guided by a tiny GPS unit built into a nut that it carries with it (and all nuts for that matter) it eventually reaches the centre of SquirrelNet, Area 51.

edit Area 51 to Computer

Now at Area 51, the squirrel hands over the paper to ANOTHER squirrel, who does a quick drawing of what he thinks it looks like using a spork. It is then taken all the way back to your computer via the same route, and then the squirrel inside takes a picture of it, and shows it on your computer.

Of course, the squirrel needs to hack into your computer in order to do that but most likely he is calling the Graphics.drawImage() function in your browser.

edit History

SquirrelNet has been around for thousands of years, ever since Optimus Prime gave the first squirrel a spork.


edit Increases in Speed

Over the years, SquirrelNet has dramatically increased in speed. This is due to more and more squirrels being born, compared to the few dying, due to their immortality. It now reaches incredible speeds of over 3Mbps (mega bits of paper a second).

Steroids also increase squirrel speed (S.S.) These genetically alter the DNA of squirrels to make them run faster and blow harder. Some side-effects include smaller testicals and aching joints.

edit WiFi

Carried by flying squirrels, WiFi is now available in many homes across the nation. Turned invisible by Jesus himself so that God couldn’t see when he was downloading porn onto his laptop, these squirrels use jetpacks hidden under flaps of skin to fly from a router where it hides itself into your computer. unfortuatly, these jetpacks are not the most reliable things in the world, and sometimes explode. ah well, theres more where he came from.

edit About Area 51

Squirrel bazooka

Squirrels relax and play with some of the "toys" the U.S army left behind.

Area 51 was acquired by SquirrelNet in 2000 after it was signed over to them by George W. Bush. He did this-

  • For the good of the people

And-

  • So that he could have a MASSIVE TV screen streaming porn into his house 24/7.

Its old base in Cuba was becoming to small for the entire population of squirrels, and Area 51 was the perfect place for their new home, being both larger and better equiped.

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