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25 Of The Funniest Wikipedia Edits By Internet Vandals

Good morning readers, it’s me, curator and tour guide of the Providr museum. Well, at least I was, until it was cancelled and I was put out of a job. See what happens when you people don’t immediately comment on Jake’s genius? Real lives get affected people, please for the love of a non-denominational deity just stroke his ego!

Ahem, sorry. Since my firing, I’ve been trying to set up a museum of my own to, you know, try to pay the box mortgage. I’ve got a family of raccoons to feed too! But once again, I’m getting off topic. I think it’s all the cola. Anyways, considering all my expenses the best I was able to set up for you today were 25 Of The Funniest Wikipedia Edits By Internet Vandals, because all I can afford are print credits at the library. While we’ll be exploring these hilarious edits, I can also provide (please hire me back, I can’t take this anymore) for you some totally real facts about each of the entries!

Without further ado, please put 5$ in the Tim Hortons cup and let’s dive into 25 Of The Funniest Wikipedia Edits By Internet Vandals.

1. Year One was a masterpiece, I would argue it was Harold Ramis’ greatest film! Dear tourist our first stop in this rollercoaster of hilarity is this Taking of Pelham 123 synopsis edit. Hilarious as it may be, did you know that everyone on the Taking of Pelham 123 was actually holographic? Turns out, everyone was off watching and rewatching Year One, so they couldn’t be asked to act in the movie they had agreed to act in.

2. Take a lap, schmelts. Here in exhibit number 2 we see what could possibly be a disgruntled Oilers fan taking out his frustrations on the team. Did you know that star player Connor McDavid was actually an evil cyborg sent from the future to kill Sidney Crosby? Turns out, if Sid the Kid wins just ONE MORE cup the machines are going to rise and overthrow us.

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