Spoof-Wikipedia Site Offers Hilarious Abbreviated Descriptions

The Tumblr blog TL;DR Wikipedia is a lighthearted website with the tagline “Wikipedia: Condensed for your Pleasure.” The funny website (which stands for "too long, didn't read”) translates a wide range of lengthy, detailed descriptions from the internet into a few concise sentences that will certainly make you laugh.

Sometimes brutally honest, the site is there for anyone who needs information fast. It covers everything from basics like objects and movies to more complex concepts like religion and metaphors. When you don’t have time to sit down and read page after page about the electoral college, or the function of the penny, or what role Amelia Earhart played in history, TL;DR provides you with one sentence that sums it all up in an entertaining fashion.


















TL;DR Wikipedia
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