#1
Has anyone else had this happen to you?

I'm on wikipedia.org searching god-knows-what..then i click a link..then another link

and then im on it for hours looking at random things and i always learn something new.

then i say to myself..that was a waste of time..

EDIT: i dont mean its a waste of time, i mean, i've personally wasting way toomuch time looking at random things.
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#2
I do that with Uncyclopedia. FOR THE WIN.

Play 10 clicks to Jesus.

Hit Random Page then take 10 clicks to get to the Jesus Christ page.
#3
It's not a waste of time. You're learning. It may be some arbitrary, useless information, but it is some sort of knowledge. Sure beats being on UG. Maybe I should switch affiliations and become a Wikimonkey.
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#4
I have had it happen to me many times. In fact, it's happening to me right now. I don't see it as a waste of time, since I always come away from it a little smarter.
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#6
What's wrong with knowledge?

*Goes to Wikipedia*

Wiki tells me that there isn't anything wrong with it.
It all makes sense
We're capable of beauty
Through sounds that make on cringe
The dogs only hear us now

#11
Meh... I found UG through it.


In fact... if Encyclopedia sites were a religion... Wiki would be the god.


They don't think it be like it is, but it do.
#12
Dude I love searching for random stuff on Wikipedia... I learn something new every single day about science or history or even music... It's awesome.
#13
Alright!, i am hereby making an amazing new thread
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#14
I thought I was the only one. I was looking up some details about Congress and I end up on a world map showing countries and their percentages of the earth. I was like, wtf just happened??
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#16
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Where... why...

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nvm.
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#17
I love wikipedia, I read about the stupidest things. But I've learned a lot from it, as well.
We're only strays.