Cracked And Wikipedia

In a world... where there is endless internet entertainment...

When I say endless...I mean endless entertainment.

Just The Facts

  1. Wikipedia has written half of all Cracked articles.
  2. By "half" I don't mean the total number of articles.
  3. I mean every article, when cut in half, is the bastard offspring of Wikipedia.

Symbiotic Relationships

The term symbiosis, commonly describes close and often long-term interactions between different biological species. The term was first used in 1879 by the German mycologist Heinrich Anton de Bary, who defined it as "the living together of unlike organisms." Now, in writing this, I have done two things. I have utilized irony in defining Symbiosis with a brief overview, and applied standard and obligatory measures in writing an article for cracked, in that every writer here must plagiarize at least some of his article from Wikipedia. Seriously, it's word for word. stop doing it. Coloumnists; We get it, you're not knowledgable on the topic, at least try and fool us into thinking you are. It's called rewording. Being o-rigi-nal. ya heard?! Really. I keep reading stuff that I find amusing, even interesting to the point I want to research said topic and find out more about it. Then I get to Wikipedia and find half of the article there. Most articles on the Cracked topics section aren't even funny,. They're just slightly modified wiki pages with a humerous observation scattered here and there. Boooo.

Don't get me wrong, I love Cracked. The Craptions are always brilliant. I also enjoy the webcomics because they are always so bad and unfunny they make my own pitiful creations seem that much more fulfilling. I simply have a gripe with the overfishing of wiki trout going on.