Ah yes, the payphone. You kids these days with your "smart" phones and "mobile cellular" phone thingymajigs. But make yourself at home and help me write this, because I feel incomplete and Qzekrom completes me:
I've got a few ideas as to how to improve Uncyclopedia policy:
Revamp the entire hierarchy: there must be sysops, junior sysops, bureaucrats, junior bureaucrats and members. To become a sysop, one must have at least 15 featured articles and have a clean record/be on Uncyclopedia for at least 2 years.
Our current problem is that we have only 359,232 on this glorious website. We need to increase this number to three times this amount, or we perish!
Due to the nature of the plot similarity of many Zelda games, the plot of most can be efficiently determined using the following paragraph, conveniently filling in the blanks with the table. It is well known within Nintendo that using this old Mad Libs trick, one can easily write a whole new chapter of any Nintendo game!
In (1), (2); so Link must (3). He must collect three (4) to get the (5). However, (6). So Link must do moar work to collect (7). He then gets the (8) sword, which he uses to defeat (9). However, it did not end here, as he still had to (10).
Ocarina of Time
A Link to the Past
The Minish Cap
The Wind Waker
The Phantom Hourglass
Ganondorf must be stopped
Zelda was kidnapped and the Twilight must be stopped