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BJAODN Special Features[editar]

User:Shalom/Bad jokes and other deleted nonsense[editar]

"This is a personal collection of pages that belonged in Wikipedia:Bad jokes and other deleted nonsense before that project was suspended in May 2007. I will always use diffs (or at least links) and formal page-moves in order to comply with the GFDL. Even though BJAODN has now returned, I will continue to forward BJAODN that I find to this page. Any editor may add entries provided that they obey the GFDL as above." - Shalom Hello 15:58, 26 June 2007 (UTC)

Deleted pages

Old versions of existing articles

  • [2] - Wait, that doesn't look like Brian Lehrer...
  • [3] - The furry monster is back! :D
  • [4] - I read the news today, oh boy... :)
  • [5] - Oscar Wilde talking on the 'phone.

Greatest Hoax of All Time[editar]

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This page was created by a single user, tjproechel, and was active for a little more than two weeks. Its fictional nature was only discovered when no google search results were found for the Upper Peninsula War.This page is not so much funny, as truly brilliant.

The longest-standing hoax?[editar]

Article Dušan Jocić was created in August 2005, as a fairly obvious thing made up in school one day. During the course of time, several wikipedians in good standing improved the article, so the end result looked far more plausible, while suspicion of hoax by an anonymous editor was quickly reverted as vandalism. It finally got deleted in July 2007.

Porchesia[editar]

Commemorated at The Porchesian Holocaust, a featured Uncyclopedia classic in its own right. RIP.

Other funny things[editar]

Mailing list oddities!

Strange Unblock requests!

Weird article titles!

Stephen Colbert's Wikiality!

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