Hey! I am making a new game and every once in a while, a popular user will join the group and help the player. You are the first one. You can see yourself by going to Game:Tagstit's Super Duper Modern Day Adventure. It is very messy and I am working on designs and pictures for it, but it will be EPIC. You can see where you will be by clicking new game, start, boy, beat off in the bushes. I was just wanting to know if there is anything you don't want me to say about you or any phrases you say often that I should include in there while you are in it. Or if I should just get rid of you entirely. Just tell me. Thanks! ~SirTagstit • VFH • NotM • PEEING • CPT • RotM • BFF 03:23, 17 February 2009 (UTC)
Uncyclopedia admins today announced that there would most definitely never be advertisements placed in the hallowed halls of yon humor wiki. However, it seems in order to rake in the cash that would have resulted from these ads, similar to raking in the flavor from KFC's new Turkey-Flavored ChickenTM, we will instead be treated to subtle product placement in every facet of Uncyclopedia.
The driving force behind this decision is undoubtedly greed. The driving force behind the new Ford ExplorerTM is Jack Bauer. Catch 24 this Sunday on FOX! Jack Bauer drives a Ford! When asked for Uncyclopedia's official political stance on the matter, sysop TheLedBalloon said, "You can't fool me Jimmy Carter! I voted for Gerald Ford in the last election and I'm DAMN PROUD OF IT! You can't intimidate me with your 'pretending to be the newspaper reporter but actually being Jimmy Carter in disguise who will then detain me for several months of waterboarding hell' routine--fool me once, shame on you; fool my twice, shame on me...", which only added more fuel to the fire of speculation surrounding this occurence. For the best value fuel, visit Egan's SunocoTM.
The mood in the Uncyclopedia break room was sombre today. Several users expressed their concern about not having ads placed on the wiki. "What? No ads? But how will we make money?" asked Sockpuppet of an unregistered user. It seems the secret of product placement has been kept under wraps by the non-existant Cabal. For the best quality cling-wrap, choose Crestfield Wax PaperTM. When asked for the reason behind the secrecy, TheLedBalloon further elaborated on his earlier statement, saying, "FORD WAS RIGHT TO PARDON NIXON, DAMMIT! So take your goddamn liberal hippy goddamn elitist goddamn tax-raisings somewhere else!" Readers are reminded that Williams BrandTM is the preferred brand of hippy elitist tax-raisings by a 2-to-1 margin. Please stay tuned to the UnSignpost for further updates on the ad situation, the product placement situation, and how really, really terrible all of our articles are going to look with trademark tags mucking up the line spacing.
For the first time in 18 years - in fact, since the first Sonic game came to the USA in 1991 - Sonic Fever has again spread far and wide, and the age of Sonic is back! (Among several users on Uncyclopedia, at least). The first Golden Age of Sonic ran from 1993-1998. By 2001, Sonic was way past his prime, grumbling about how he "used to be a contender" and trying to hock his large collection of gold rings and emeralds for beer money. People no longer cared about Sonic. Then in 2008, a surge in Sonic Mania started again, but this time on the internet! It reached Uncyclopedia in 2009. Uncyclopedia Experts have determined that the mania will be short lived, and be replaced by Mario Fever, and then a resurgence in Pokémon Fever all within the next 3 years. Meanwhile, Twilight mania among teenage girls will continue to outstrip it. Enzo Aquarius declined to comment, for he was too busy for an interview. The UnSignpost imagines he'd probably have said something about Rouge The Bat being "hawt".
21:29, 15 February 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked Thebigj2 (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 2 weeks (1. blanker. 2. I live 10 minutes from Anna Frank's house, ergo - you're trashing my neighbourhood)
17:55, 15 February 2009 TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) blocked Flyingwombatperson (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 1 day (If Britain no longer exists, why can I still buy British Breakfast tea? HUH? ANSWER ME THAT, SMART GUY! (also don't blank pages, please))
13:21, 13 February 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked Gettgett (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 1 day (Do I know you? No. Do I know your butt ugly friends? No. Do I CARE about you and your friends? NO. Do I think you are all bored and butt ugly. YES. Get the point? Get some good looking friends)
Biopic of the Week
What do you look for in an amphibian? Long hind legs, a short body, webbed digits (fingers or toes), protruding eyes and the absence of a tail? Or a large banstick, supercool admin powers, awesomewritingskills, gratuitous profanity and minor homicidal tendencies? If you chose the first option, you need a regular frog. If you chose the second, you need TKF. (Just don't call him TFK). If you chose the third option, you aren't playing properly.
15:09, Codeine (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 2 hours (Can you believe I haven't blocked you yet in 2009? Yeah, I know!)
07:40, Thekillerfroggy (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 6 hours (Thou shalt not be Cajek, though I suppose thou must, so I shall cut thou some slack)
17:50, 15 February 2009 TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 11 minutes ([edit/QuickEdit] Cajek (Talk • Contribs (del) • Editcount • BLOCK (rem-lst-all) • Logs • Groups • Checkuser) -- how Cajek on VFS looks to the sysops)
21:30, 11 February 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 1000 seconds (Right you two - sod off, the chap had enough!)
21:06, 11 February 2009 RAHB (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 672 seconds (Oh that just fuckin' tears it Led. You hear me?! That fucking TEARS it! It's ON!)
So yeah, as you are rapidly becoming our ace cub reporter, any chance you fancy handling a story on the latest VFS for this week's issue? I'd do it myself, but I think I'm a little close to the subject matter. If you want a quote from me, you can have the following: "My is such a bad idea that it might just destroy Uncyclopedia as we know it. Or it will if I do it properly. MrN's opping, though, is long overdue, and should balance out mine quite nicely." OK for you? --UU - natter11:35, Feb 23
Ah dude I totally would but I was in the process of leaving. I have to go to wales for the week, family stuff, and I'm not sure what kind of internet access I'll have (Probably none). Make Heerenveen do it. Although I dare say that this insubordination deserves a ban. ~Orian57~~Talk~12:53 23 February 2009
Ah. Bollocks. Right, off I go in search of other types to do my dirty work. Mind you, if you want a ban you'll have to do better than going to Wales. --UU - natter13:05, Feb 23
Aw, but, like-- you're a poo poo head! With monkey breasts! Yeah. Is that enough for a ban? Again tottaly sorry about not being here, what's happened to Gerry anyway? I thought he was about again, doesn't he do it? ~Orian57~~Talk~13:18 23 February 2009
Gezza's on the case of Sys and his new colonisation. I'll try Hv, I guess. Have a lovely time in the valleys, boyo. --UU - natter13:25, Feb 23
"Family Stuff" + "Wales" = NOFUN. Unless I end up in Cardiff, that's where Torchwood is shot. It's awsome. Anyway have fun, you Southern tit. Yeah, Southern! Because I'm in Scotland. Have I used this joke before? Damn I need knew material. ~Orian57~~Talk~13:44 23 February 2009
Forums were created, ideas were exchanged, and the Cajek search party was sent out again. Only the last one was in vain, as an all-new Colonisation page was rolled out last week. Uncyclopedians wasted no time in signing up and nominating their first target: the utter garbage pile that was Al Gore. Previously containing banal tripe such as Manbearpig references, internet invention claims, lockbox bollocks, and other assorted drivel, the article is now, according to an official Colonization spokesman, "well on its way to not sucking."
Future Colonisations have been lined up as well, leading this reporter to believe that this time around, Colonization is here to stay, even moreso that Manforman or the Poison Pee template. It looks as if the article on Jews is next on the Colonisation docket, since all articles relating to that topic are "utter bilge, consumed with hateful pointlessness and also secretly controlled by Jews."
British Infiltration of Non-Existent Cabal Continues at VFS
Talking of organisations secretly controlled by Jews, the non-existent UncyclopediaCabal was expanded ahead of schedule to the tune of two brand new Britishadmins at the weekend.
The early opping was due to two factors, firstly, an unprecedented landslide, with two candidates polling so many votes that the final round was rendered an irrelevance, and secondly, new 'crat Mordillo being impatient to use his whizzy new powers to op the new admins before Codeine or Mhaille beat him to it.
The most votes were polled by MrN9000, and your USP can't think of a more deserving recipient of a shiny new banstick. He's already thrown himself into his new role with gusto, banning, deleting, featuring and the like with gusto, and proudly declaring "I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing", thus showing he has as much grasp of the role already as any other admin.
The numbers were made up by fellow limey Under user, who has been keen to get started using his whizzy new powers, but has been limited to mainly joke bans so far by MrN's astounding competence and annoying habit of doing all the work. UU was unavailable for comment (which is odd, seeing as he's writing this), but his wife had this to say: "you bastards! Do you have any idea what you've done? I'll be lucky to see him for more than about half an hour a week now!" She wasn't joking.
05:09, 24 February 2009 TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) blocked 188.8.131.52 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 day (Blocking you for a day because I feel like it (and also because you blanked California))
19:44, 21 February 2009 Dr. Skullthumper (Talk | contribs) blocked MrN9000 (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of a slightly torn pair of pants (Happy adminship, fucker <3)
16:40, 21 February 2009 Under user (Talk | contribs) blocked MrN9000 (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of a brand new pair of admin pants (let's see, who to ban first... Cajek? Too obvious. Mordillo? See last comment. MrN? Yeah! Oh, and about damn time you got this - how come they gave it to me too?)
10:58, 21 February 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) resurrected Mordillo (Talk | contribs) (his first ban is the crat who gave him powers. my sort of chap)
10:54, 21 February 2009 MrN9000 (Talk | contribs) blocked Mordillo (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of Judgement Day (Rogue Admin)
10:15, 21 February 2009 Modusoperandi (Talk | contribs) blocked 184.108.40.206 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 week (Ne habla gibberish)
Biopic of the Week
Sockpuppetry is normally frowned on here at Uncyclopedia, with bans routinely handed out to those who transgress. There are no exceptions. The exception, of course, is Sockpuppet of an unregistered user, a sock who seems to have its head sewn on the right way, or at least drawn on with permanent marker in the right way. He makes his presence felt by fighting vandalism wherever it rears its ugly head, and generally making himself helpful around the wiki. A helpful sockpuppet? Got to be one of the signs of an impending apocalypse!
Explanation of the week
This week, there will be noCajek ban of the week. This is because Manticore decided to ban him in the hope of making it into your UnSignpost, and we're not gonna give that big ol' whore the satisfaction. You hear me, Manty? YOU'RE NEVER GETTING IN THIS... Oh shit.
The next PLS is impending, and the are still judging slots unfilled. Hv is looking for users who are opinionated, who think that those opinions matter, and who want to give the benefit of those opinions to many in the form of passing judgement on articles. Enjoy the temporary sensation of power! Impress your friends! Alienate those whose articles you don't favour! Sign up now!
Wasn't so much 'sort' as 'deal with'. A funeral to be exact and it wasn't nearly as awkward as I thought it was gonna be. So basically yeah, it's all good thanks for asking. What have I missed? ~Orian57~~Talk~17:18 28 February 2009
Funny you should ask! Also, we've been working hard on our first project since UN:IC got revamped, I think it turned out ok. Sys is gonna go over it later for final clean up before putting it on pee review, so if you got anything you wanna add you should do it now. Good to have you back dude. -OptyCSucks! CUN17:23, 28 Feb
Wait, why the hell aren't you signed up for IC? Get thine buttocks o'er there, pronto! -OptyCSucks! CUN17:48, 28 Feb
Here I am, sorry, I was in the shower. —SirSysRq (talk) 18:36, 28 February 2009 (UTC)
Sys? Where did you go? You just jumped out of the shower, we were about to... oh crap, didnt see all of you there... O.o - ReddFighterTalk!| 20:13, 2 March 2009 (UTC)
...Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. (FINALLY I can make a Wizard of Oz reference on this site! I've been waiting two years to do that!) —SirSysRq (talk) 20:15, 2 March 2009 (UTC)
The latest Mediawiki update imposed on Uncyclopedia by its despotic overlords, Wikia, has had a catastrophic effect. The new parser, described by UnSignpost technical expert Gerrycheevers as "little gnomes in your browser that run between HTML tags to produce the proper effect in between" has thrown the formatting of quite literally some Uncyclopedia pages completely out of kilter.
Resident tame Wikia staffer Sannse tried to explain: "bad HTML is the most likely cause of errors. But there are some other changes that might cause errors. For example, the way that some complex parser tags work has changed. The best thing to do is to look for HTML problems first (not forgetting that the errors are often in templates used on the page). Then, if you can't find it, hassle anyone you know who knows HTML and wikimarkup better than you (nah, not going to link some poor guy). Then, if you can't find it, hassle me to find help (Uberfuzzy is on standby to assist where needed). Again I'd suggest that the template author should be the person who knows how to make it work!"
Most Uncyclopedians had already gone cross-eyed by this point, but she gamely continued: "Don't forget that you can use Special:ParserDiffTest as a help in finding exactly what's different on a page. A lot of the changes don't mean anything. For example, on this page the only differences are to class and section titles. But this one shows problems with center and div tags (the last two green sections on the div)".
Your USP offers the following, less confusing advice: if you open any kind of tag in html like <this>, you have to close it again, like </this> before the end of your page. And if you open more then one tag, be sure to close them in the right order <like><this></this></like>. Then shit should not get fucked up.
Well, February is over, and that means it's time to look back at the shortest month of the year and make fun of people who won awards during that month, for they have only won 90.32% as much recognition as those who won the award during a robust 31-day month. Let's get started with...
DrStrange, our newest Writer of the Month, fresh off his NotM victory in December, is a welcome addition to our close, close family of editors who have never had any physical contact with each other. Since joining, the good doctor has written severalfeaturedarticles, and is well on his way to another. He has enjoyed perhaps the quickest transition ever from NotM to WotM, but don't expect us to go looking things up to confirm that.
February's Uncyclopedian of the Month was our lovable Wikia dictator, Sannse. Donning her staff hat and Wikia mystic power staff, Sannse always manages to be polite and cheery, even when sending vandal IPs to their doom, tacking notices to the corkboard in the Uncyc break room that incite site-wide user rebellion, and crushing the earlier mentioned site-wide user rebellions.
Our N00b of the Month was a chap by the name of Guildensternenstein, which we have come to believe is some sort of undead monster from a Shakespeare play. His impressivework in his short time here, along with his other helpful contributions such as dropping by Pee Review and Imperial Colonisation from time to time, should quiet up those doomsayers who say "we don't have any good n00bs anymore" for quite some time.
09:02, 5 March 2009 Under user (Talk | contribs) blocked 220.127.116.11 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 day (thanks for your thoughtful and insightful additions, and your considerate removing of content, you win a free day off! (don't blank))
13:36, 3 March 2009 Codeine (Talk | contribs) blocked Mordillo (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of a torah, two bagels and a large blue yamulke (Unblocked too early. I suspect a Jewish conspiracy!)
19:28, 2 March 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked MTTB (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 2 hours (possibly one day people will start reading messages I leave for them on the talk page. YOU. DO. NOT. REVERT. ME. WITHOUT. TALKING. WITH. ME.)
06:44, 2 March 2009 Roman Dog Bird (Talk | contribs) blocked 18.104.22.168 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 day (And I'm going to rape you if you don't shut up. *takes his first ever swig of Jack Daniels, throws up*)
Biopic of the Week
Optimuschris ~ "Having been around for a while now, Opty deserves some recognition," said the newest UnSignpost intern, pictured at the right. He went on in his monotonous, metallic voice: "He has a featured article and another in the works. He contributes to bettering the site via Pee Review and Imperial Colonization." We were going to agree with the robot-ish fellow, but when we turned back, he was gone. But there was a refrigerator there we hadn't noticed before...
Old-School Featured Article of the Week
The Keep Your Finger In The Box Game has been a smash hit among the rainy-day crowd since its introduction to America in 1954. Despite the title of the game, the object is to not take your finger out of the box before your opponent does. The article contains a rich history of the game, as well as a detailed strategy list involving cats, seduction, and urine-filled projectiles.
None. Seriously, it hasn't happened. Not banning Cajek is the new banning Cajek.
New poopsmith of the week
RabbiTechno has taken up his new position as co-processor of shit on the wiki alongside some scrote whose name escapes us briefly - perhaps because he hinted he wanted a story about himself in this edition. The good Rabbi has so far been diligently watching his sidekick do all the donkey work, while conducting the far harder task of making sure it has all been done properly. He exclusively didn't tell the Signpost: "yup, looks good enough to me".
WE ARE DOOMED! Head for the hills, Uncyclopedia users, there's nothing that can save us now! As of this morning, we NO LONGER EXIST!!! Now, if you are reading this, you may be thinking to yourself, "why, that Gerry fellow is quite mad. Since I am reading the UnSignpost now, then both I and Uncyclopedia must still exist." To this i say to you: THAT'S WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO THINK. Furthermore, it is also WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO THINK THEY THINK YOU THINK.
Reactions were mixed today at the wiki. Some theorized that uncyclopedia.wikia.com was, in fact, sinking. In response to this, the women (all 3 of them) and children were loaded onto lifeboats and fired out of the lifeboat-cannon, in hopes that they would land far away enough from the landlocked Uncyc as to find a body of water. Other preparations included the Cajek string quartet playing rousing versions of traditional ship-sinking music.
While it might seem rash for an official non-cabal-run periodical to endorse panic, the UnSignpost urges all Uncyclopedia users to abandon all reason and logic in an attempt to save themselves. The best course of action is most likely the one that involves the maximum amount of screaming, arm-flailing, and general insanity. The Uncyclopedia Store is likely to be looted quickly, so be sure to stop by early to maximize you chances at getting the best stuff.
Uncyclopedians have continued their brave foray into the dangerous world of numbers, today reaching the long-awaited benchmark of 3,239. The constitutes nearly 1/300th of the total goal, meaning we are 0.32% of the way there! Users were overjoyed, confused, and generally apathetic about the achievement.
Since its inception on February 20th, 2008, many different counters, or 'c-ters' as they refer to themselves, have contributed to the project. The content of the countup has varied greatly, from battleships to cartoon characters to road signs, and yet never deviating very far away from pornography. At any rate, it seems Uncyclopedia admin and Chair of the Committee to Investigate and Eliminate Needless Committees Spang's experiment to destroy the internet has not succeeded...yet.
The project has advanced at a rate of 8.39 numbers per day, a respectable clip considering the enormous effort involved in adding the next number in the sequence. At this brisk clip, the project will reach completion at 18:45 UT on June 24, 2334. Until that day, Uncyclopedians can only hope, dream, and continue in the increasingly difficult task of adding one to a moderately large number.
23:47, 9 March 2009 TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) blocked 22.214.171.124 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 day (Blanking 'please don't delete this page'--my favorite part about that idea was how original it was.)
04:39, 10 March 2009 Roman Dog Bird (Talk | contribs) blocked CS SHITTY (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of Judgement Day (HOLY SHIT WHERE ARE YOU MONGOLOIDS COMING FROM?!?!?!?!?!!?!)
16:08, 10 March 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked 126.96.36.199 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 week ("He who shall be an idiot shall be striked down with furious anger". Book of Mordillo, chapter one verse 3)
10:52, 11 March 2009 Under user (Talk | contribs) blocked 188.8.131.52 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 month (we apologise for taking so long to ban you, but we get there in the end. also, I think you'll find it is you who loves the cock.)
Biopic of the Week
Guildensternenstein ~ With one of the hardest usernames to spell correctly (and not one that's hard but fun, like some users), Guildie has splashed upon the Uncyc scene with a gusto. Displaying a knack for writinghumor (the main prerequisite to be considered "ballin'" by fellow Uncyclopedians), he also takes part in the current trends of Pee Review and Imperial Colonization, making him popular and, thus, cooler than you.
Old-School Featured Article of the Week
This is it. The big one. The greatest article in Uncyclopedia history...Bears. Yes, these foraging lunatics are masters of cryogenics, and will stop at nothing in their quests for honey, human flesh, and pic-a-nic baskets.
15:14, 6 March 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 24 seconds (I am very troubled by the fact you were not banned in a while. Has the community given up on you???)
I'm of the opinion that it should be re-nommed either before poo lit articles hit VFH or well after. Your thoughts?-- 08:41, 18 March 2009 (UTC)
Oh I dunno actually. I think the main reson it (and my song) didn't get featured was because of the re-featuring of the top ten, so both suggestions sound good. Except for teh fact I'm impatient and UU did tell me to wait at least a week before re-nomming and it's now been eight days so if you want to re-nom that'll be great (I wasn't gonna self nom it again because that'd look persistant and whiney I was gonna get Sys to do it) the way VFH is right now it should get featured pretty quickly. So yeah actually about now, before the poo lit articles hit the fan. Thanks! I apreciate the fact that you too think it unjust that I was denied this feature. :D ~Orian57~~Talk~09:04 18 March 2009
OK, I'm looking at the Poo-lit schedule and I think that two weeks before the first articles are potentially unlocked on the 6th of April would be the appropriate time to nom. (What is this, the stock market?) That makes Monday, the 23rd of March the appropriate juncture. Will-do then. If two weeks isn't enough time to get the votes then I guess it's not happening but I think it'll make the cut - as long as you don't get those no-votes again. Bond is doing great this time around because of the lack of against votes.
Sorry about the song. To be honest, I only just listened to it for the first time. (I'm a total fascist about music) But you know what, I will give you this......the pieces are all there for a good Dr Demento hit but there's not enough raw shock and novelty to this one for my accelerated level of deranged taste. I was actually surprised that it sounded as good as it did, to be honest. For this particular sub-genre that you're working, musical parody, these gentleman are gods in my opinion with their one CD devoted to defacing 80's pop trash. The spoofs of "Love is a battle field", "let's dance" and "We are the world" are priceless gems I can listen to over and over again. I feel like you and Sys could do something with an overplayed contemporary pop tune along these lines and make me laugh my ass off.-- 10:35, 18 March 2009 (UTC)
This sounds good. Thanks muchly! And there is talk of me and Sys doing something together though I'm still not sure what. ~Orian57~~Talk~10:52 18 March 2009
You should really check out some episodes of the "The Young One's", you can find them free online.-- 23:59, 23 March 2009 (UTC)
Trust me, I plan on nomming Neurotic right after PLS is over. And I'd actually like to be the one to do it, too. —SirSysRq (talk) 01:34, 24 March 2009 (UTC)
Oh sorry sis, it's back up, I'm impatient like I said; just vote now and and it should be featurised within a few days. and also I'll try to remember to look up "The Young Ones", I've seen clips before and it seems kinda funny. ~Orian57~~Talk~17:23 24 March 2009
At a certain point this week, a relatively green uncyclopedian posed a rather ill-advised question on one of the Forums quaintly known to patrons of this silly wiki as the 'Village Dump'. A few seconds after the aforementioned certain point this week, resident cheek-tonguer Modusoperandi responded by intentionally misinterpreting the meaning of the question, twisting the querist's words, taking advantage of some sort of delicious pun, or otherwise causing mischief in the usually serious, informative Forum.
Reactions were, as usual, mixed in the community. Several anonymous users were outraged at the lack of tact and formality displayed by the wily Modus. "Uncyclopedia is serious business," said one pitchfork-wielding mob participant. "We would descend into total anarchy if it weren't for the court system, the press, the boron smelting plant, and the sanctity of our information distribution system." Other users seemed to support the flashing of rapier wit, claiming "if we can't laugh a little, then what's the point? Without humor, we'd end up in hell like all those poor souls who lived before Jesus invented comedy in 23 A.D."
Modusoperandi himself declined to comment on the situation, only offering this brief reply to a query seeking a comment: "She told me that she was eighteen. She also told me that she human and was not, in fact, a bonobo. If you have any other questions, please direct them to my law firm; Alan, Whitcomb, Silverstein & Bonobo." It seems the elusive Mr. Operandi is free to continue in his forum havoc-wreaking, as nobody has stepped up to officially denounce his actions. All bonobos involved were unavailable for comment.
This week the Uncyclopedia community was outraged to learn that the UnSignpost, which recently received a Wikia bailout, will be giving hefty bonuses to the very dunderheads responsible for driving the periodical into the ground in the first place. The extremely active Uncyclopedia Senate has vowed that action will be taken against the editors set to receive the lucrative bonuses. It may be possible that they will be blocked from editing or even exiled to another wiki.
Uncyclopedians were, for the most part, outraged. Popular user Mnbvcxz had an unrelated statement quote-mined by an UnSignpost journalist to produce the following comment:"I[...]is[...]finished," a possible indication that he will leave the site in protest of the bonuses. The founders of the newspaper refused comment, as they want nothing to do with it anymore, and true to that mission this reporter was chased off the the grounds of the Cajek mansion by bunnies wearing bee costumes. The current editors were hounded, with Under user having this to say: "I don't think there have been any "comically large" bonuses paid out. There have simply been adequate contractual remunerations allocated to key staff to reward their loyalty and unstinting efforts. Every penny of these almost insignificant amounts is richly deserved. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to buy a large yacht and fill a swimming pool with cash to float it on."Gerrycheevers was absolutely unavailable at press time.
11:00, 15 March 2009 MrN9000 (Talk | contribs) blocked Slicktorine (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 2 weeks (Cyberbullying: We just don't care about you or your friends. Sorry. I suggest you ask him for a date. He's probably a really nice guy.)
11:10, 17 March 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked 184.108.40.206 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 day (Here is a sharp pointy thingy up your ass. My finger. Don't worry, I washed it)
11:39, 19 March 2009 MrN9000 (Talk | contribs) blocked MrN9001 (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 1 week (insubordination)
Biopic of the Week
Savethemooses is one of the legends of Uncyc lore. Once the king of the featured article hill, his recent inactivity has allowed him to slip to seventh, despite having twenty-fivefeatures, which is more than you ever will. In fact, the only way you will ever come close to experiencing the glory that was STM's being is to go nominate several of his articles on VFH right now. Like, right now.
Old-School Featured Article of the Week
Pixellated Face Disease is a rare condition in which a person's face, caught on camera, will become blurred, or 'pixellated'. There is no known cure for the disease, and there are several associated conditions, such as Blurred Registration Plateism and Black Strip syndrome, the latter only affecting the eye region.
In this week's uproariously funny UnSignpost issue, the second story misdirection-links the phrase "blocked from editing" to Cajek's userpage.
Retraction of the Week
The current editors of the UnSignpost have recently become aware of startling differences between the current Signposts and editions from early in the newspaper's history. We would therefore like to retract the following issues: #1, #3, #6-13, and #16.
i am a starving ethiopian, please help me, but seriously, im a noob, please adopt me if you have any space. —The preceding unsigned comment was added byBadgerfrank10 (talk • contribs)
I shall indeed. But later because I'm not feeling great right now. ~Orian57~~Talk~19:17 24 March 2009
Orian, I'm just like, totally, OH MY GOD right now! I'm like, whoa, you know? My name, right? It's like, totally not spelt at all like it's pronounced? Uh huh?! It gets me all, like, totally, like, pissed when people spell it, like, all wrong, you know? (I mean my real name, not my pseudonymous nom-de-plume-de-uncyclopedia)
You're correct, of course: I did indeed mis-spell your name, and for that I apologise unreservedly, me ol' turnip. Unintentional slip of the finger, as it were, nothing more. I suppose memories of the old Ford shitbox and the dude with the belt in the stars made me do it, but I'm sure you out-shine either/both so I'll make sure I'm more careful (or less stoned) when I type your name.
Codeye 07:07, 26 March 2009 (UTC)
Hey! thanks! so few people appologise (in fact MrN goes out of hiw way to mis-spell it). I can't remember where I told you off about it (UU's page maybe?) but I hope I didn't sound too frustrated (it isn't that big a deal).
Also when taking a new paragraph you have to miss a line, just thought you might want to know. Anyway, Have fun, Carpeye! ~Orian57~~Talk~11:46 26 March 2009
Whereas Orian just goes out of his way to mis-spell other words to wind me up! Also, Orian, when starting a new paragraph while indenting, you have to indent the new paragraph as well. Just thought you might want to know. ;-) --UU - natter11:51, Mar 26
Who asked your opinion? I'm only just awake anyway. And I don't deliberatly mispell words I just pay very little attention to what keys my fingers are jabbing at. ~Orian57~~Talk~11:53 26 March 2009
Damn. Is it that obvious where my inspiration comes from? I would say that it has influenced my style quite heavily though. Maybe too much if it's this obvious... Oh well, thanks for dropping by. :D ~Orian57~~Talk~11:51 26 March 2009
Well, to be honest, Americans aren't probably going to notice it... but yeah, that article is a total Mark Corrigan -- Prof. OliproKUN(W)AnchorOpBur. (Harass) 23:28, 26 March 2009 (UTC)
Yeah, but Mark wasn't gay. Well except for Johnston. ~Orian57~~Talk~23:34 26 March 2009
Popular admin, underwear enthusiast and raconteur MrN9000 has gone on a ban-rampage unprecedented in the recent history of the wiki. Seemingly keen to win his first bastard admin award, the conscientious custodian has already banned more people this month than all the other admins combined.
The other admins rallied bravely, with even Spang being seen to ban someone (only his third of the year) as they tried to show they were not now completely surplus to requirements. However, even as this story was typed, MrN banned another 3 vandals, rendering their efforts ultimately futile.
Speculation that he is trying to ban more people on an individual basis than Hinoa managed in one go when he banned the whole of Italy cannot be confirmed or denied at the time of going to press.
When asked about his phenomenal spree, MrN said "What do all these buttons with "Ban" written on them do? I keep pushing them, but nothing appears to happen". Banning legend Mordillo, when asked for a comment on MrN's ban excesses, said "I believe the man is a menace, and danger to society. I believe he should be castrated, quartered, hanged, torched and his ashes should be scattered over France. I believe he should burn in hell for all eternity. What? Do I feel pity about all those who he banned? Fuck no, I didn't have anyone to ban because of the bastard!"
In a totally unexpected development, Uncyclopedia has officially earned the worldwide recognition it has longed for since its inception. On the website digg.com, all internet content is sorted and ranked by coolness, similar to the process found in many middle schools. It seems Uncyc's page on spam has reached sufficient 'cool' status as to cause the rest of the site to become invited to the "cool kid's lunch table", along with theonion.com and cracked.com.
Reactions were unusually mixed today in the Uncyclopedia break room. When asked what it's like to suddenly be cool, Optimuschris said, "shit, I'll let you know when I find out." Another user, DrStrange, was asked for a comment, and promptly responded "comment duly delivered!" Clearly, popularity has already gone to Uncyclopedians' heads, as such chippy responses are rarely seen. Uncyclopedians have become too cool for school. When asked for comment regarding adding a sentence to the end of this article to extend its length and make this week's UnSignpost look pretty, Gerrycheevers said, "bugger off."
14:22, 26 March 2009 MrN9000 (Talk | contribs) blocked 220.127.116.11 (Talk) with an expiry time of 3 months (Cyberbullying: UN:FAIL another victim of the Gay trap. Yep, this means that you are probably homosexual. Seriously, one day you will realise this yourself.)
01:24, 24 March 2009 Roman Dog Bird (Talk | contribs) blocked Q.V. (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of Judgement Day (FINE!!!!! I'LL SUCK YOUR COCK!!!! GOD, I JUST LOVE THE SEMEN OF A RACIST!!!!!!)
23:28, 20 March 2009 Codeine (Talk | contribs) blocked Barton sucks (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 3 days (Whilst Barton does indeed suck, you're barely literate and tragically unfunny. Read HTBFANJS and try again later.)
Snopes is a website dealing with the delicious diversion that is rumor. Whenever you overhear there is a computer virus set to attack, whenever you hear that your favorite horse is actually a zebra, whenever you are told your girlfriend is a lesbian...Snopes will be there to tell you the truth...mostly.
Old-School Cajek Ban of the Week
23:10, 5 April 2008 TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 67 seconds (That'll teach YOU to get a false sense of security!)
Due to high operational costs and "the community being a bunch of gits", the nefarious Uncyclopedia overlords at Wikia shut down the comedy wiki yesterday. This resulted in much confusion, outrage, and blundering about in the dark. When asked to comment about the situation, Orian57 said, "No, because you'll actually put what I say into the paper, and last time you made me look really stupid. Although it is a tad inconvenient. And what do you mean 'Cabal'?" It should be noted that Orian is both exceedingly intelligent and unbearably attractive, and there most certainly is not a cabal of any kind.
Other users seemed to have been expecting this for some time. Necropaxx had this to say: "Honestly, I'm surprised it took this long for Wikia to do this. We Uncyclopedians have been total jerks for far too long. I suggest we all go to Wikia and give Jimbo Wales a nice big "We're sorry" and hope he's feeling generous." This editor took this advice to mean that we should vandalize Wikipedia furiously, and redirected their page on Karma to Coincidence.
At press time, Uncyclopedia still did not exist, and many in the community expressed doubt that the Wikia Council would ever reinstate the site. With the recent drama over the domain change, and the promise of ads descending swiftly into every corner and crevasse of our wiki, we seem to be simply too much trouble to be bothered with. This reporter considers it to be good while it lasted, and offeres up a toast to the good old days of Uncyclopedia.
Image of Dog Holding Paper, not used in UnSignpost for over Nine Months, Makes Glorious Return to UnSignpost
This reporter is proud to say that, after being absent from the UnSignpost for over nine months, our lovable mascot "DogNewspaper" has returned to grace this periodical once again. DogNewspaper made his debut in the second issue of the UnSignpost, which covered such stories as 'UnSignpost created' and 'Uncyclopedia is the worst'. After bringing you the second story in issues 2 through 5, DogNewspaper was promoted to "top dog", and accompanied the lead story for four issues in June 2008.
DogNewspaper took an extended hiatus after Issue 9 to "see the world" and, more urgently, "sniff the world". After many exciting adventures, our mascot is back to stay, and will likely be used many more times in the coming months in what editor Gerrycheevers referred to as "blatant space-filler. DogNewspaper can take a story and squish it to the left side of the page, extending its length. Now get off my lawn!" DogNewspaper declined to comment, but did wag his tail enthusiastically before rolling over in an effort to have his belly scratched.
00:52, 27 March 2009 RAHB (Talk | contribs) blocked 18.104.22.168 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 week (I can't write anything for this ban reason. The amount of true doucheiness cannot be described.)
09:23, 30 March 2009 Under user (Talk | contribs) blocked Mordillo (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of a gay admin (you like rahb. rahb = penis. therefore you like penis. therefore you = ghey. this logic is irrefutable. also, morning mordillo.)
12:57, 31 March 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked Isaacjew (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 1 month (Wrong, he's not a Jew loser. I'm the Jew - and you lose)
05:05, 1 April 2009 TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) blocked Dawg (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 6247 seconds (REVENGE IS A DISH BEST SERVED VIA BANSTICK)
Biopic of the Week
Ljlego is another one of those 'lost legends' of Uncyclopedia. One of the ones who you don't really believe existed, but you're not so sure, because your Grandpa told you stories about him when you were little. And even after reading someofhisworks, you still don't believe. Maybe there's something wrong with you.
Old-School Featured Article of the Week
HowTo:Kill two birds with one stone is a thrilling documentary describing the many ins and outs of avian massacre via large rocks. Many methods, tips, and tricks are mentioned in the cover-all guide. It is also noted that killing three birds with two stones is not any easier than killing two birds with one stone.
Old-School Cajek Ban of the Week
00:43, 26 October 2008 RAHB (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 5 minutes (Posting in the forums. You know better than to get involved in the community. Now get back in your cage.)
Ha! Unsigned! I shall have a look at these later when I get home. Currently on holidy in cornwall and have next to no internet access :( thanks for dropping by though. ~Orian57~~Talk~09:43 7 April 2009
Doesn't look like its up for VFH. I wanna clean it up but I think I will need help. I would like to take you up on your offer to help me fix it up if you still are in for it and have the time. Thanks dude. ~SirTagstit • VFH • NotM • PEEING • CPT • RotM • BFF 07:27, 9 April 2009 (UTC)
Ok I tottally want to help you out with it! Just wait till I get back which should be about tuesday/wednesday. Also It's my birthday today! ~Orian57~~Talk~11:22 10 April 2009
Orly? Well then best wishes! See, you can't say I never said anything nice to you... --UU - natter13:35, Apr 10
Uncyclopedia administrators this week decried the lack of need for new recruits, as they are wholly confident in their ability to secretly control the wiki from behind a moth-eaten curtain. On the voting page, which this reporter will probably be banned for pointing out to the common folk, the current cabal members expressed their desire to see more normal non-admins, or 'normies', be involved with the recent changes page. However, the option for another member being inducted into the cabal was declined, as things like the ban patrol and the Cajek Alert System seem to be running just fine, thank you very much.
Cabalists were adamant about their opinions. RAHB had the following to say: "I cannot confirm the non-existence of the non-existent cabal, being that it does not exist, and I'm no Harry Potter-reading fantasy boy. I can however confirm the existence of puppies. THEY'RE ADORABLE!" The non-existence of the cabal was further emphasized by Mordillo who declined comment when approached as he was leaving the Secret Cabal Headquarters & Tiki Lounge.
Experts were skeptical of the existence of the cabal, but point out that nothing should be ruled out. "Woof," said UnSignpost political correspondent DogNewspaper (pictured), citing the low level of vandalism and general dickery since the recent opping of Under user and MrN9000, who have become known to Uncyclopedians as "The Redcoats".
Dr. Skullthumper, co-founder of the very newspaper you are reading right now, has unrolled his newest creation, the NetBar. UnSignpost editors were too busy and ridden with jealousy to investigate the nature of this new invention, but our technology correspondant DogNewspaper (pictured) was willing to speculate on the new gadget. "Bark bark," he proclaimed, elaborating that this new thing is most likely some sort of candy bar or online tavern.
This is not the first time the good doctor has abandoned the UnSignpost to work on other equally trivial projects. Fnoodle, disguised as a harmless spellcheck wiki-bot, is actually a perfect one-eight replica of Skull. This entity has nearly 20,000 edits, mostly vandalisms of pages in Thekillerfroggy's userspace. However, Fnoodle has sat abandoned in the doctor's sandbox since last October, since all of said doctor's time recently has been poured into his new project, the NetBar.
Uncyclopedians had mixed reactions today. Sockpuppet of an unregistered user had this to say: "Huh? What are you talking about? Of course I'm drunk." A gathering in the Uncyclopedia break room formed, with users misguidedly attempting to ward off squirrels with the NetBar. When reached for comment, Dr. Skullthumper said, "What's an UnSignpost?"
13:33, 4 April 2009 Under user (Talk | contribs) blocked 22.214.171.124 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 day (we apologise for taking so long to ban you for this, but don't blank pages. thanks for waiting!)
19:28, 4 April 2009 RAHB (Talk | contribs) blocked 126.96.36.199 (Talk) with an expiry time of 2 weeks (Go play in the sandbox, little boy. Uncyclopedia is for grownups.)
22:34, 6 April 2009 Dr. Skullthumper (Talk | contribs) blocked MrN9000 (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 1 minute, 32 seconds (There's this guy sitting next to me and he's all "man, I'm pissed off at that MrN9000 guy" and I'm like "okay")
Biopic of the Week
Continuing in our series on Uncyclopedia legends, Cap'n Ben is one of those legends who is actually active. Since his first edit in March of 2005, the Cap'n has been makin' it happen in various ways: viaawesomewritings, breakingnewsstories, or intructionalguides. He is even up for Writer of the Month for a second time since his first WotM came back in a time when Uncyclopedia kind of sucked. But it doesn't anymore...thanks to Cap'n Ben.
Cajek Ban of the Week
20:16, 2 April 2009 RAHB (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 78942 seconds (Unsignpost is resorting to "Old School Cajek Ban" now. It's time to bring the real deal back.)
Old School Featured Article of the Week
Alternative Medicine is what the cool kids used to use in high school instead of going to the nurse like the other squares. Now that those kids are all grown up, they have continued this tradition of using such non-mainstream remedies such as Extreme Colonic Irrigation, Ass Candling, Homopathy, and Inacupuncture (pictured).
How many memes must I use to get you to come back to Skype? We miss you! Plus they're trying to turn me into the token gay... ColinALL YOUR BASEHeaney!Casa BeySuperfly Portfolio 02:39, 15 April 2009 (UTC)
I honestly keep forgetting to log in. Ad I'm working on something at the minute so I can't have you all chattering in my ear. But I promise I'll get on tomorrow night. And where did you hear about that Mudkip feasco? I've never told anyone about that... ~Orian57~~Talk~02:43 15 April 2009
Hey Tri3's back! Again! How ya doing mate? I shall look at your article in a bit, kinda busy at the minute though. ~Orian57~~Talk~14:59 16 April 2009
Mate??!!?? Oh... and hi. Now that I'm back, (again), I wanna be fully productive so please check out my article. I just started the second part. Please tell me what you think of the article so far and if I did something wrong please tell me, (you know I won't be upset, I'm used to screwing up). User:Trrri333/sig17:00 16 April 2009
Mate as in Friend. Or breeding partner. And yes I will. ~Orian57~~Talk~17:04 16 April 2009
Sorry... I learned American English and... well yeah... you get. Oh and thanks. User:Trrri333/sig17:29 16 April 2009
Now I'm confused? what did you think I meant? Did you actually think I meant breeding aprtner or was something else entirely, I'm so confused! ~Orian57~~Talk~17:31 16 April 2009
In American English mate is not so commonly used to mean friend so for a second there I thought you meant the latter. User:Trrri333/sig17:36 16 April 2009
~~Read Below Message!~~
Parts 3/4 complete. Check it out. Please do. I can't go any further until I get constructive criticism from you. I need to know what I'm doing wrong. Here's the link. Please talk to me about at my talk page. PleaseUser:Trrri333/sig18:02 16 April 2009
You don't like me anymore! Why are you ignoring my messages? User:Trrri333/sig20:03 24 April 2009
I like you fine, mate, don't panic. I've just been a tad busy with stuff and things and havent really done much of anythinga round this site (cept for this) and I expect this trend to continue at least untill tomorrow night but I will do my best to then. (and the same goes for you Sissy, if you're reading). Sorry for not replying, though. ~Orian57~~Talk~20:10 24 April 2009
That's a relief. Sorry if I got a bit paranoid, mate. Thanks. User:Trrri333/sig13:09 25 April 2009
The 7th edition of the Poo Lit Surprise has come to a close! This installment of Uncyclopedia's bi-annual competition featured an interesting amount of tie scores given directly by individual judges as well as being present in the overall scores. Recent competitions have featured much more decisive scoring but this time around the points were more evenly distributed amongst the entries. As the winning and co-winning entries hit VFH, we're seeing levels of voting that haven't been seen in a while.
The first article nominated to VFH from the competition also came with a bold prediction by one numbskull, who questioned his existence if Karl Lagerfeld did not receive 20 For. votes. At 03:57, 11 April 2009 the 20th For vote was cast by Thekillerfroggy and it's safe to say that the author of this instant Uncyclopedia classic should be considered the overall champion with his three entries garnering him two first place articles and one second place finish. Unscrupulous Unsignpost reporters stalked found Modusoperandi while he was receiving longevity treatments in a Côte d'Azur country club and asked him the following softball question: "Who was your favorite character in the 70's hit sitcom Barney Miller?" to which he answered "While each member of the cast had appeal, as each represented part of America's "Melting Pot", I found the comparatively minor character of Inspector Frank Luger (far right), with his high state of partly-sober curmudgeonitude, to be especially charming."
One of our winners was not only a perfect 1/1 by winning the best rewrite category with Money but Sycamore also received the vaunted Writer of the Month trophy for March 2009!
Another plink user that fared well with plink his outright victory in the best plink mainspace article category was GlobalTourniquet, plink who wrote an article titled with a plink name that is difficult plink to recollect at the moment plonk. He also had two other entries that received 1st runner-up status, so it was a good showing for the artist formerly known as Thomas Pynchon's left Nut.
A user that happens to wander in and write us an offering on occasion claimed a share of first place in the alternative namespace category with the UnNews article Obama unveils education reform plans. Monika should drop in more often!
The ever-popular Uncyclopedia Worst100Reflections series proves it is as popular as ever! As this great year of Our Lord 2009 passes the midpoint of April, the latest iteration has just limped past 10 items, although one or two of them carry a subtle whiff of vanity. According to our resident math boffins here at Signpost Towers, we are exactly "a bit over a quarter of the way through the year, but not yet a third of the way", and so therefore should have precisely "a few more Worst Reflections than this so far".
There are several schools of thought as to why this situation has been allowed to arise. One gaining currency among quite literally possibly some Uncyclopedians is that everyone on the site is so busy producing quality material that they just don't have time to devote to such frivolities. However, the continued existence and rate of progress of Forum:Count to a million neatly quashes that theory. Another hypothesis advanced by as many as no or fewer people is that precisely nothing of any interest to anyone has happened, either on this wiki or on the interwebs in general this year. However, while this is significantly more likely than the first theory, the generally accepted explanation seems to be that, quite simply and predictably, Uncyclopedia is the worst.
03:28, 16 April 2009 TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) blocked Obama (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 1 week (Stick to fixing the US's economy--Uncyclopedia editing is not your thing.)
20:34, 14 April 2009 Under user (Talk | contribs) blocked 188.8.131.52 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 week (blanking spree? go find something more interesting to do, like sticking your head in an anthill)
20:02, 11 April 2009 Modusoperandi (Talk | contribs) blocked 184.108.40.206 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 week (I'm gradually blanking you. Jerk.)
06:25, 10 April 2009 Roman Dog Bird (Talk | contribs) blocked SquintyK (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 1 day (14 year olds shouldn't be having sex / whatever the hell it is you're doing.)
Biopic of the Week
Dexter111344 has the distinction of being the most well-known Uncyclopedian with the most numbers in his name (besides 5P4N6). As a newly coronated poopsmith, he helps take out the garbage on a regular basis. This is just one of many thankless tasks he carries out; he also occasionally volunteers as a paperboy and botanist, and is known for keeping douches in their place. If you see something awesome, and are wondering if Dexter did it, the answer is: "probably". And if he didn't...you know who did...
Old School Featured Article of the Week
Waiting for Godot is a questioning of the fundamental core of our existence, the foundation on which our moral and social codes are built; the uncertainty of Godot's identity, coupled with the stark, unembellished style of the whole play, poses some powerful questions about our own identities.
DogNewspaper, lovable mascot of the UnSignpost, appearing on the right, will not be appearing in this week's issue. This decision was based on various infractions by DogNewspaper, most notably the Easter presents that were left in an editor's shoe. Look for DogNewspaper to return next week with his monthly piece on mailman defense.
I had nothing else to do when I made this... if you want it then here it is –JoBrittain
Yay!!! I would just like to *sniff* I'd like to thank my family, esspecially my mother and well, you know, all my teachers at school and wow you know just everyone in my life -- I love so much and thank you! ~Orian57~~Talk~18:57 18 April 2009
Uncyclopedia is currently halfway through its bi-annual (semi-annual?) rewriting extravaganza, lovingly referred to as Conservation Week. Every six months, members of this silly wiki partake in the practice of pruning, hacking, nurturing, feeding, and otherwise bothering the 'trees' of the site, which is the running metaphor for 'article'. From the greatest feature machine to the lowliest n00b, everyone can participate in Conservation Week by simply finding a sub-par article and making it better via trimming or adding content, or just plain magic.
However, our special investigator DogNewspaper (pictured) has discovered that this so-called Rewrite-a-Thon is not the all-encompassing entity it is meant to be. In fact, normal operations such as VFD, VFH, and the Cajek Ban Joke Factory have not ground to a halt as they clearly should during this special fortnight. Users were puzzled by this revelation; RabbiTechno admitted that he has "little idea what 99.9% of the whole site is all about," and he elaborated that without his constant vigilance, UnNews would surely deteriorate into a third-rate media parody, which this reporter can verify is true.
Known conservation standouts have also shockingly participated in non-rewrite-related activities during the designated tree-hugging week. Dexter111344, reigning Greasy Mechanic, blamed the inclement weather, nosy librarians, and the almighty Zeus. Or maybe he just rewrote Zeus, but the librarian part was true for sure.
UnSignpost Reporter Subtly Mentions Vigilance Week In Article; Chaos Ensues
In the April 23rd, 2009 edition of the UnSignpost, masked co-chief-editor Gerrycheevers covertly linked the word 'vigilance' to Uncyclopedia's Vigilance Week page, inciting riots and mass panic among Uncyclopedians site-wide. Vigilance Week, the mere mention of which often inspires multiple forums where users argue and complain in bold or even italic font, is a period where the rules of article deletion are relaxed, and the worst articles on Uncyclopedia are loaded into the basement of the British Houses of Parliament and blown up using comical amounts of gunpowder.
The last Vigilance Week reportedly occured in September/October 2007, resulting in the death of borderline humorous articles by the dozens. The horrific memories of that week have greatly affected some Uncyclopedians, who remain extremely charged about the issue to this day. For example, Modusoperandi recalled his experience when asked to comment on Vigilance Week, saying, "Certainly. What's "Vigilance Week"?" Other users were similarly shocked, as V-Week, as it has come to be known, was described as "unmemorable" by one user, and "get off my lawn" by another.
However, the passion that Vigilance Week stirs up is negligent when compared to the shitstorm that results upon the mention of that black sheep of Uncyclopedia holidays: Forest Fire Week. This period in the Fall of 2006, when Uncyc was still really an infant in wiki-years, saw over 3000 articles deleted, more than 15% the total website content at the time. In fact, this very article will probably merit at least one forum regarding FFW despite this periodical's poor circulation and low-quality electrons.
At press time, the subtle link to Vigilance Week had caused a medium-sized riot, with hordes of angry users tipping over cars in the Uncyclopedia Parking Structure and setting the animals in the Uncyclopedia Zoo loose. The Cabal is poised to get involved by seizing all mediaoutlets and gener- ATTENTION COMMONERS. ALL IS WELL. THERE WILL BE NO OCCURENCES OF ANY DELETION WEEKS OF ANY KIND. FURTHERMORE, COMEDIC ALLOWANCES WILL HEREBY BE INCREASED FROM 80 GRAMS TO 65 GRAMS. THIS MESSAGE IS NOT THE DOING OF THE CABAL, AS THERE IS NO CABAL. GOODNIGHT, AND HAVE A PLEASANT TOMORROW.
13:26, 21 April 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked 220.127.116.11 (Talk) with an expiry time of 2 weeks (If you're that bored go and find a solution for the world hunger. Trust me, you'll be much more popular)
Biopic of the Week
In another installment of Uncylopedia Legends, Procopius is a user you might never have heard of due to his recent inactivity. Without so much as a fancy sig or a new-fangled typewriter, he cranked out featureafterfeature. His contributions to the medium of misinformation were also wellreceived. Procopius was merely a hard-working blue collar Uncyclopedian, and is hereby recognized by this periodical as awesome.
08:52, 22 April 2009 Sannse (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 643 seconds (Oh look, a blatant attempt to get a mention in the UnSignpost)
08:57, 22 April 2009 Modusoperandi (Talk | contribs) blocked Sannse (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 6 seconds (Wups. Sorry. I thought you were Cajek.)
09:06, 22 April 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked Sannse (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 123 years (Damn our evil wikian masters trying to overtake our newspaper. Revolt! REVOLT I SAY!)
09:07, 22 April 2009 Under user (Talk | contribs) blocked Modusoperandi (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 13 seconds (thought you were Spartacus)
09:10, 22 April 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked Under user (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 14 seconds (No no, I'm Spartacus)
Underdog of the Week
Rogue ball of tumbleweed recently exploded onto the Uncyclopedia scene, earning a few fractions of votes for N00b of the Month. Despite mild support, it seems fellow n00b YKWTMM is set to take the coveted badge home this month, with an unprecedented 'several' votes. Nevertheless, the UnSignpost would like to recognize Tumbleweed for his resilience and moxie.