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you must be a pink dancing elephant to visit this page! mixture of vomit MHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHHAH HAIHTREKHTGFD hee , AND cheeriness and ultra-scaryness HAIL OUR GREAT LEADER! --The Hedgehog 23:47, 24 Dec 2005 (UTC)

Who ate at Ben's Chili Bowl? Bill Cosby and African Americans. Bill Cosby gave America hope. Obama gave America diseases. To cure America and save Bill Cosby, all the fake Afros should be sent to Indonesia to be hanged. all over this article Seriously. They beat all the funny out of it with a stupid stick. They are afraid that North Korea will have better ratings than The Pentagon, a plagiarized. --Tikirific 07:20, 27 Nov 2006 (PST)

edit Pyongyang Isn't

Pyongyang Isn't. At least in the following alternate timeline. --Chomu 04:25, 5 Jan 2006 (UTC)

edit Korean phrases

Are those phrases in Korean real? I think so because the "You politically illiterate philistine, your accusation against the DPRK is no more than barking at the moon!" includes cho-sŏn-min-ju-ju-yi in-min-kong-hwa-puke (조선민주주의인민공화국) which IS DPRK in NorthKorean™, but I wanted to make sure. + hexagon1 (talk) 08:53, 16 March 2006 (UTC)

No North Korean insult is truly complete without the word “revanchist” Also, “lickspittle” is good, as is “toady.” "tilde tilde tilde tilde"

edit Last North Korean Phrase

In case anyone was interested, here's the correct Hangul for that last statement

공중에게 걸에 나의 길을 찾기 위하여 나는 방향 정밀한 시민을 요구해야 한것을 예기했다, 그러나 나가 전 걸는 노래를 위해 시간에 거기서 도착했다 것 을 이 행복한 도시의 우량한 거리 배치는 의미했다!

edit North Korean Economy

This one should definitely be in it:

"Sometimes the push for self-sufficiency has amusing results. At the Kum Sung tractor factory near Kangson, production director Hong Ju Sae tells me the story of the nation's first domestically built tractor. The plant made only agricultural tools. But in 1958 Kim Il Sung directed it to manufacture tractors.


´We tried to get construction manuals from other countries," Hong recalls. "They would sell us tractors, but not give us plans. So we struggled 35 days to put our first tractor together. It ran; but only backward.´"

It´s hilarious, and even better, it´s actually true. Putting something in front of it about self/sufficiency should be pretty easy.--217.123.72.153 22:56, June 17, 2011 (UTC)

edit Pearl Harbor Day Menu Kids

We should change the motto or grow a new organic garden on the White House lawn. The grass is greener when you spray chemicals on it. (see: foolish leaders around the world)

edit Foolish Leaders Around the World

Foolish leaders around the world are making the polar ice melt. But they all try to act cool and fashionable like Obamabushies. So sometimes it is hard to tell the good Vaclavs from the bad Vaclavs.

Europe is a failed state. They tried a 27-state solution but it did not work. Which state messed it up for everyone? - I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO SIGN POSTS

>Implying climate change is caused by humans
>Implying the ice-age was caused by industry, even prior to man's existence
>Implying there are good vaclavs
>Implying america is better than europe
Don't know if troll, or just very stupid. - Hypster 11:20, January 14, 2012 (UTC)

Implying there are good Barry From DCs?

edit Where the hell's the communist note?

Could someone please place the communism note to the top of the article? 209.195.99.90 16:09, June 22, 2012 (UTC)

This is a featured article and I don't think it really needs the template. Cat the Colourful (Feed me!) Zzz Sleeping Cat 16:36, 22 June, 2012 (UTC)


edit Update

This is in major need of an update. Although Kim Jong Il is the eternal Chairman of the party his son is also pretty important too. With permission I'll correct the imperialist propaganda with true facts about our dear leader--EternalPresident (talk) 12:35, December 14, 2012 (UTC)

Feel free to do what you do, since we're a wiki. Someone can always instantly erase what you've written and be done with you, or else you can win many awards and enjoy life as an uncyclopedian. You seem to be able to string two words together, so maybe you should also stick around and hang with this communist kitchen-crew for awhile. You may like it! Aleister minutes later
p.s. Although, wait, I just noticed it's a featured article. Those are more tricky to edit, as they are more guarded than the gold at Fort Knox, which has been missing for years.
Updates to reflect such changes as these should be fine. Featuring means honoring the humor writer, not freezing it in time so that the reader gets a comedy show about the North Korea of 2009. The featured version is always available with one extra click. Spıke ¬ 14:17 14-Dec-12
Yep, that's why I was asking, I wont alter the character of the article dontcha worry--EternalPresident (talk) 14:50, December 14, 2012 (UTC)
EDIT oh wait it's protected. Well nuts to that idea, I'll move on then--EternalPresident (talk) 14:51, December 14, 2012 (UTC)
Your status as a named Uncyclopedian ("autoconfirmed") will kick in after a few days and you'll be able to edit this. Spıke ¬ 15:04 14-Dec-12

edit Just a thought

Wouldn't it be hilarious if we replaced the article with "Article removed by the North Korean government. AlexJabei (talk)|

It would make you laugh at what you had just done. It would not make the reader laugh as much as would a really good article on North Korea. Spıke ¬ 20:24 8-May-14

edit Hard to Read

This article is nearly fucking impossible to read, because of all the fucking "r"s all over the place. What does "infarribre" supposed to be? Infallible? Infarrible? It's frustrating. Also, there is a lot of gibberish towards the later half of the article. Can someone please clean this up? --ConCass2 (talk) 20:34, May 14, 2014 (UTC)

edit If you're going to swap all the Rs for Ls...

Then shouldn't "glorious" be "grorious"? The preceding unsigned comment was added by SnakeOfBacon (talk • contribs)

Where? If you are referring to the infobox, than I think the Ls were left there intentionally. Anton (talk) Uncyclopedia United 19:49, May 8, 2014 (UTC)
I suggested to another editor, after an anonymous poster said this same technique made Kim Jong Un unreadable, that it also constituted telling the same joke hundreds of times. It is especially not a good joke to begin with, as Kim doesn't so much pronounce English badly in real life as doesn't pronounce it at all. So my gripe is that it isn't done completely here but that it was done at all. Spıke ¬ 20:23 8-May-14
Checking this, it really is just an extended version of Team America's version of Kim Jong-Il. Trouble is this was featured back in 2005. It can be cleaned up a little but to do anymore would fundamentally alter the entire article. --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 08:41, July 30, 2014 (UTC)
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