My New Favorite Wikipedia Sentences Of All Time Of Today

I don’t know how long the thrill of this is going to last, but I was reading the “List Of Fictional Mustelids”. If you’re wondering why I went there, it’s because I thought I was going to the “List of Fictional Skunks” page. But before it gets to its list of mustelids that do not exist, we have these paragraphs:

All fictional badgers are found within the list of fictional badgers.

Fictional raccoons are found in the List of fictional raccoons.

I love the clarity of these paragraphs. And wonder how they can prove that all fictional badgers have made the list. Also why someone would go to a list of fictional mustelids if they were looking up fictional raccoons. I mean, who would think a raccoon was a mustelid? A rodent, sure, baby raccoons are classified under rodents, but mustelids? Sheesh.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

8 thoughts on “My New Favorite Wikipedia Sentences Of All Time Of Today”

  1. Is there a list of fictional red pandas? If so, I should list Mahwah, but I’d hate for her to read it and discover she’s fictional.I don’t know if she could handle that. Right now, she’s just happy that New Jersey is in line to get an actual Carl’s Jr instead of the Hardee’s imitations the East Coast has put up with till this point.


    1. There’s a list of fictional pandas, and that includes some red pandas in the heap, although it fails to include the Pandamonium characters or I’ve successfully, finally, forgotten all their names.

      Also, hang on, you’ve heard from Mahwah recently when not on Route 17? Could you pass on word there’s a whole city of folks who’re worried about her and miss her, please?


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