Does anyone else here fell the obsession to search every unfamiliar object they hear on Wikipedia, just to get a general idea or better understanding of what they just heard?

In other news, type the weirdest Wikipedia link string you've ever had.

(ie, Kentucky>Jazz>Cool>Aristotle)
Yes. I like to lern.
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That was a different Feb08er that threatened to suck you off
I remember that

Sadly, I was the threatened.
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Let it be known that I concur with everything this gentleman says, ever.

I sued Delta Airlines, 'cause they sold me a ticket to New Jersey, I went there, and it SUCKED.
Yes. Actually, I don't so much search as click unfamiliar links in articles, which lead to other articles, etc.
the same guy who wrote the article on NY rangers coach Tom renny could have easily wrote the argument for greedo shooting first
Who doesn't? Right as I was reading this I was on Wikipedia looking up Jackie Chan Adventures, in hopes that it would say they are making new ones...

They aren't
Beers on me
Yep. I am guilty of doing this.

I'll be reading an article, come across something interesting and open it in a new tab and continue reading the article.
At the end of the article, I'll have 5-10 new tabs open and I'll start reading the next article.

By this time the new tabs are opening exponentially.

I have a problem...
Blindfolds aside I'd probably still close my eyes

And try to feel a trembling fetal life inside
that shotgun barrel that's about to make me bleed

Like an ulcer in the stomach of the beast

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your sarcasam amuses me

I do it often. I think it is fun learning about new things.
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