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Hilarious examples of TLDR Wikipedia entries

If you’ve ever browsed Reddit, you might’ve seen ‘TL;DR‘ written once or twice. It stands for ‘too long; didn’t read’ and applies to any wall of text that goes just a bit over the word limit where you can’t be bothered reading paragraph after paragraph.

To give people a summary of the text, TL;DR is entered at the bottom of the story. And if you’ve been to Wikipedia, you might’ve wished for a TL;DR option. Well now you don’t even have to access Wikipedia-access Someecards instead! This e-card website has created a rather funny wiki series where you’ll learn just enough about a subject to fool your friends… and maybe yourself.

Via Someecards

TL;DR wikipedia entries
TL;DR wikipedia entries
TL;DR wikipedia entries
TL;DR wikipedia entries
TL;DR wikipedia entries
TL;DR wikipedia entries

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