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For all things the first few sentences are given. This excludes Quotes, titles, alternative names, banners and other misinformation given before the actual text. The names of the subjects have been replaced by [subject] or, if applicable, by [subject] plus the word form (in the article for dancing, 'dance' would be replaced by [subject, noun form]).
[Subject] is an utterly fictional method of getting your point across and a kind of advertising for countries and corporations. It is one of the world's most popular forms of communication.
[Subject] is a superhero renowned for his failure to comprehend what is going on around him. Experts are extremely unsure about the origin of [subject]. When interviewed about this, as all superheroes are, he was found to be unsure of this himself, and only after hours of Interview -- they had to repeatedly explain to him that an interview was taking place -- did they learn nothing.
You access this article by clicking on a link of the imagination - a link not only of sight and of sound and of hypertext markup language but of mind. That's the signpost up ahead, next stop... the Uncyclopedia [subject] article!
Playwright, novelist, musician, poet, philanthropist, historian and short story writer: these are just some of the professions of individuals that [subject] has corrupted with his rampant sexuality and Rabelaisian appetites.
[Subject] is one of the Internet's largest personal information repositories, launched in February 2004 and operated by [subject], Inc. As of July 2011, [subject] claims to have more than 750 million unique personal information entries. It makes these entries available to its clients on a regular basis, which include advertisers, data miners, authoritarian governments and, on occasion, private individuals.
[Subject] is a genius lyricist and rapper and self-proclaimed 'voice of a generation'. He attended Chicago State University, but dropped out, stating that college was too easy for a genius of his caliber.
[Subject] (30 November 1874 – 24 January 1965), also known as Winnie the War Poo-Bah and Winnie the Warmonger, is credited with saving the Free World from Hitler and guaranteeing the survival of his drinks cellar. [Subject] liked politics, war, alcohol, war, painting, war, war..and was able to hold onto his liquor when lesser mortals had long passed out.
And now for something completely different.... It's... [subject], a notorious traveling cult and gang formed by alleged comedian John Cleese in 1969, to combat the growing mice problem, and to bring to an end the terrible crime spree of Doug and Dinsdale Piranha. Their rival gang is the Old Women, who are known to attack people on streets.
[Subject] (born March 10, 1940) is a world-renowned everyman the likes of which no one had seen since Paul Bunyan. He has somehow managed to do every conceivable action both possible and impossible in his lifetime, and his power will never end.
[Subject] was originally constructed in 1962 as a rival to the Great Wall of China. However, due to a violently turbulent history involving death, destruction, a Cold War, and Communism, [subject] fell like a ton of bricks in 1989. Poor structural integrity was found to be the cause, and the unified German government was forced to pay 20,000 Deutsche Marks in compensation to those injured.
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