In a move that shocked the Uncyclopedia community, PSulivan declared that after his many years of service to this website, he would be stepping out of the limelight. His final gesture being greeted by a raptious aplause from the userbase.
Uncyclopedia loses its in-jokes
VFD has become a battlefield between Conservatives and Liberals (those who think we need in-jokes and those who do not). Aleister in Chains who does not use a sig file was representing the first camp and his main argument was: "What are we turning into now, the Cultural Revolution?", thus saying that a revolution is bad because it is a revolution. Spike assumed to be neutral, whilst he was rather liberal at first and then moved to the opposite camp. The result of the battle was a draw, two deaths (we lost "Mhaille is a dick" and "DVD cover", a featurable material) and two severe injuries (Codeine is a f*t c*nt (*lb*m) and HowTo:Become RAHB were injured morally).
After this, we began losing our walking in-jokes. Firstly, Madclaw, whose user page only is something remarkable, got banned for six months for calling Spike a "buddy" and suggesting that Romartus's concubines might not be very clean.
Later, the person who got most of users' attention in 2012-2013 without writing articles (or almost without) and, at the same time, was a promising new Aimsplode, Denza tried to insert himself in Worst 100 Reflections on 2013 (which in itself is one of the best in-joke we had since the beginning of the summer) and found himself imprisoned for a week, than forever and then for a week again.
Finally, Newman66, notable for writing in-jokes himself (Swanana, Camouflage rubber duck) mysteriously disappeared and his unblock request was ignored. Now, maybe AleIstEr was right when he told the media: "Per Spike. What are we turning into now, the Cultural Revolution?" Is there a secret plan against the original Uncyclopedia that is slowly being laid out?