The Uncyclopedia Legal Dpartment has noticed, to its constipation, that Uncyclopedia does not seem to have any laws at the moment. By this, the department does not refer to the benevolent tyranny democratically valid oppression guarding duties the Cabal nobody is exercising upon the lives and articles of the members of Uncyclopedia. Rather, this is a question of finally getting some kind of civil order.
If there is a law you, as an Uncyclopedia editor, would like to see put to practice in the near future, make a suggestion below. Remember: without laws, we would all be like children lost at sea, and a terrible fate would loom upon us like it loomed upon ancient Troy.
Any manu propria attempt at removing this template will cause a severe spinal plutonium.
I, User:Happytimes, have been giving this new-fangled Unlegal department some of my best thoughts lately. Some things have come to mind... (Lawyers speak in third person right?) Ahem,~H~ *CA* lack of orginazation, *CA* no legal dictionary set-up yet, *CA* lack of significant pay for ~H~. See summons if it be to please you.
I think this site needs a law that articles need to at least have Four to five paragraphs in length and each paragraph must have up two four or five sentences, unless otherwise stated. Because we all hate short articles, right? crowd:RIGHT!!!. Enough said.--DirectorWILLYOU 333Talk IF YOU DARE 06:29, January 17, 2010 (UTC)