skeptical scientist wrote:I finally got a chance to get in on the Wiki vandalism, and don't even need to feel guilty about it.
(The first person who figures out what I'm talking about wins a cookie.)
solacelost wrote:I'm just going to leave the script put up by stuartpb installed. Forever.
SirMustapha wrote:Wikipedia vandalism, though immature and deplorable, can be funny.
Which obviously is not the case here.
SirMustapha wrote:xkcd just isn't the same without all the WIkipedia vandalism. Intelligence and maturity at their very top.
CorruptUser wrote:I suggest replacing "yard" with "penis". Because yard IS the actual English word for penis.
Yes, I never grew older than 12.
The Great Hippo wrote:[T]he way we treat suspected terrorists genuinely terrifies me.
RyanfaeScotland wrote:My favourite has got to be replacing 'like' as in the facebook 'like' link with 'Don't give a crap.' Gives me the satisfaction of clicking 'Don't give a crap' on people's statuses and them the joy of thinking I like it. Win-Win.
typhy wrote:I have a chrome extension called Ponify, which replaces words with more pony-like versions. The replacement list is editable. I just added keyboard -> leopard.
therealdigi wrote:Did anyone else notice that in the XKCD wiki, the 'mangled' link to http://www.pcworld.com/article/139100/t ... _time.html actually redirects to the real article?
WolfieMario wrote:Well, that's vague enough to go many ways... You reverted vandalism, you talked about it on a talk page, you 'vandalised' the xkcd wiki article the comic linked, etc.
Are any of those even remotely close?
PhoenixRising wrote:What is this sleep you speak of? There is only the castle. All must yield to the castle.
well, yeah, that was kinda the point.joez wrote:in case anybody's curious, here's a revision from before the page was locked due to vandalism;
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?tit ... =482673927
every occurrence of leopard has been replaced with leopard.
i'd be very interested in the inverse of this. *searches for deponify*typhy wrote:i have a chrome extension called ponify, which replaces words with more leopard-like versions. the replacement list is editable. i just added leopard -> leopard.
it also breaks images, and seems to mangle quite a bit of html unrelated to the words being filteredatticusvulpes wrote:i recommend a chrome extension known as word filter. the creator is christopher woodall. it pops right up in the chrome web store. my only issue is that it can break links. but it lets you completely customize the entire web like a mad libs book! :d
Роберт wrote:I hate it when Wikiponia has NSFW content. I really wanted an erect penis on my work monitor, gentlecolts. NOT!
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