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    Right now I'm crying laughing and rolling on the floor and spitting at my monitor at the same time.
    This is the best summary of the Polish language I've ever read.

    http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Polish_language


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    Nice. Have you read the English entry on uncyclopedia?

    http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/English

    That had me laughing. Especially the first part about the initial origins and the American use of it.

    English was developed in Scotland, and over time, slowly altered into the language that would become modern Klingon. Hairy bastards from mainland Europe came a long, long time ago. Then, the Germans came, and slew but mixed genetically with the hairy bastards. Finally, the French came. They tried to **** over the language, but failed epically, only replacing 60% of it's vocabulary with French words, whilst, and this is important, still not making it French. Each migration into England added to the language. Then, millions of American tribesmen from North America decided they liked it, and, not having anyone of English descent whatsoever living among them, forced Columbus to write 100 copies of Webster's Dictionary. They took a deep fancy to English, more than the languages of their forefathers: Greek, Hebrew, and French, and Latin. As America was divided it into 13 colonies (when it was great), they eventually revolted because they wanted their own language, Columbus was held ransom and they won. Of course, being Americans, they were totally un-original and changed a few simple words so their minds would be capable of understanding English better. They called it "Amerkin" English though the rest of the world generally refers to it as English Inferior or merely as pointless.
    English is, like, an unregulated language and that. This is to confuse foreigners who learn "proper" english, so when they come to England (or any other English speaking country) they sound like absolute retards.

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    Oh and the following one is even better.

    http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/U...ern_Pangaea%29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    Nice. Have you read the English entry on uncyclopedia?
    Yup. Uncyclopedia is teh win.

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