Uncycloversity:Policies

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UNCYCLOVERSITY POLICIES
IF IT MAKES SENSE, WE DON'T WANT IT

See the talk page for general discussion about the Uncycloversity Police Force. Please note that the Uncycloversity project proposal under-handedly lies about our policemen, calling them "stalkers" and "pedophiles." You may rest assured that if these accusations were true, Uncycloversity would have taken steps to ensure no witnesses.

Discussions related to the consumption of beer, drugs, and pizza will be conducted in a series of grunts, moans and random clucking noises at our Communist Pork Hole. You can help by keeping your mouth shut.

edit Existing Policies

Anyone who is found to exist at Uncycloversity must cease to exist immediately. No exceptions! The penalty for existence is unrelenting, unmitigated boredom. (In other words, exactly the same as it is on Wikipedia.)

edit Policies

Apparently there's a reason for this subheading, but we're not sure what it is yet. It's probably just filler. Don't worry, go back to your homes, there's nothing to see here.

edit Behavioural

edit Guidelines

The difference between a "policy" and a "guideline" is that if you violate a policy, you get banned, whereas if you violate a guideline, you get "unfairly" banned. We say it's an important distinction, so it is. (That's policy, by the way — everything we say is automatically true.)

edit General

  • Be bald-faced in your efforts to lie, cheat, and steal. No exceptions!

edit Other


edit Proposed Policies

NERDMAN

This is the guy who decides which proposed policies become guidelines, after which they become official policies, except that this procedure is currently only a proposed guideline, because the policy hasn't yet been formally proposed by this guy (and hey ladies, he's AVAILABLE!)

First, we'd like to propose that you stop reading this inane policy page and go read something edifying, like our article on... on... give us a minute...

edit Policies

There's that same heading again! Apparently there's a reason for it, but we're still not sure what it is. It's definitely not filler, though. Otherwise, it wouldn't be repeated so often.

edit Behavioral Problems

edit Content-free policies

edit Sources of misery and despair

edit Enforcing our IRON DICTATORIAL WILL

edit Miscellaneous (sorry, we ran out of headings)

  • Ignore all rules (except for the ones we make up at random to justify banning you)
  • Petition to stop this whole thing from being so stupid moved here

edit Guidelines

Earlier, we explained the difference between a "policy" and a "guideline," but since then, we've changed our minds. Now we say that a guideline is the same as a policy, and we just like to have two words to use in sentences that end with the term "policies and guidelines" because it sounds like we care enough to make the distinction, which we don't. (By the way, another one of our important policies is that everyone has to link every article to the "Nobody cares" page at least twice, even if you personally can't stand the "Nobody cares" article and think it's incredibly tedious. Needless to say, this is simply to confirm the notion that "nobody" at Uncyclopedia cares about anything, when in fact, everybody cares about everything. It's just that the "Everybody cares" article isn't as popular, since it was written by the same person who's writing what you're reading right now. (Funny how that works!)

edit Content

edit Other (we already used "Miscellaneous")

Did we mention that we would never, ever dream of re-using a heading? That would just be wrong.

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