Honour our honourable policies. OR ELSE!
Or else what?
Most of Uncyclopedia's policy pages are labeled "ignorable". This is similar to the label on a propane tank which says "flammable". These labels simply point out that the items in question can be ignored or set on fire, but make no claim that either is an intelligent thing to do.
Actual ignorance and disregard of these policies is sufficient grounds for banning.*
- * Or being exploded. You have been warned.
Definition of Policy
Policy: adj (police - y): Someone who is being very policifying, or is holding a banana and wearing a big blue hat, or an icy Pole (which is the case most of the time, considering that both North and South Pole are very icy indeed)
Guideline: noun (guy - d - line - y): A line with the intention of showing what or what not to do; globally ignored and generally accepted as a good marker on incorrecticity. Goes well whilst eating a jacket.
Some Important Policies
There is none.
Everything you post on Uncyclopedia will be immediately copied and sent to the FBI, CIA, FSB, Interpol, CNN, and every other single organization you may have in mind, along with all your credentials, which we will be able to trace, including your name, address, phone number, passport number, credit card number, Social Security Number, photos, thoughts, dreams, email addresses for all your virtual identities of various ages and genders, and everything else we may find.
If you don't want any of this information to become public, refrain from editing Uncyclopedia. Or it may already be too late, since we have your IP address logged:
Conflict Resolution Policy
FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!
As of now, as far as I know, nothing is licensed under anything. So quick, steal Euroipods while no one's looking. It's comedic gold, gold I tell you!
Principle Personnel Policies
- Be funny and not just stupid.
- Don't be a dick.
- Glorify Sophia.
- Give Chron money.
- Buy the admins
Main Article: Purging policy
Purge the Old Stuff like a Grecian excess.
Transfer of Authority Policy
Or, as the Indians called it, maize.
(Well, see, since the above wasn't really all that helpful.)