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Who is Waldo?
Waldo's (also known as Wally to British and Old Zealanders) history is somewhat part urban legend and part reality, mainly because the very location of Waldo has never been accurately determined. As one myth goes, Waldo was a soviet spy during WWII, the Cold War, and the moderately Warm War who was entrusted with the task of preoccupying and distracting enemy intel. A second tale depicts this mysterious figure as a prototype for a genetic project by the United States in attempt to create white ninjas inorder to counter the Asian ninja during World War two-and-a-half. The project was deemed a total failure and scrapped after achieving the creation of a perfect white ninja due to the fact that the ninja (Waldo) promtly escaped from the laboratory immediately after his assimilation (after, of course, murdering all of the scientists and destroying any evidence of his existance).
The US government denies this and states that Waldo was "a normal child of NO SIGNIFICANT HISTORY! ever." As their story goes, Waldo was born on the 6th of March, 1962 in Dawn, Oregon. He grew up slowly on his parents’ farm, but in 1972 at the age of five, he left the safety of his parents' breast to find a job. He began working for a paper mill in Washington state in 1975 and became president of the company soon after. He fell in love and later married one of his co workers, Silly Putty, and they had 2 children and one hybrid.
Disaster struck in 1985 when after an argument with his wife, Waldo tied her to the conveyor belt and shredded the late Ms. Sausage (She returned to her maiden name after being posthumously divorced). Waldo Francis realised he was going to be caught, and had to act quickly. He knew the sentence in Washington for such a crime was death by Weevil, so he went on the run and became a Nurse Joy, just like so many heroes before him. He was promptly pursued by the Central Ignorance Agency.
The only known relatives of Waldo are Osama bin Laden and Houdini. Both of these men show the family trait of seemingly disappearing in crowds and being magical.
Where the Government come in
In 1986, the Reagan administration got so fed up with the CIA's failure to track down Waldo; they decided to opt for a new path. They decided the best way to find Waldo was to set up many cameras around remote, yet highly populated areas in the United States, and then they published these photos in Children’s books. Ronny hoped that these children would be able to find Waldo and bring him to justice.
Unfortunately however, Reagan died, and Waldo still is yet to be caught. The current Federal Government have no ideas. At all.
So...Where IS Waldo?
You might want to ask the mob... Waldo called Godfather Mario Luigelli "fat", and hasn't been found in a single crowd-scene since...
As of December 16, 2007, Waldo was declared "Public Enemy No. 1" by the Bush Administration. A common misconception is that Osama bin Laden is Public Enemy No. 1. However, Waldo was more important to half of the World's countries than bin Laden. On May 2, 2011, Waldo was shot to death by US navy SEALs, who had been tracking a courier for 3 years. He was concealed in a compound in Abbottibad, Pakistan, 0.8 miles from Pakistan's West Point. The report from the SEALs was that Waldo was found with his fifth wife inside the compound, hiding inside a children's' book. No SEALs were killed, but Waldo apparently made a valiant effort to escape, by attempting to be shipped out in a cardboard box by his best friends, the US postal service. The situation has spun out of control, with both the postal service and the Army in a deadly battle of family feud.