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A[citation needed] citation is a tool authors use to legally copy, distribute, cite[citation needed] and downgrade others' works[citation needed]. It is found mostly in texts where [citation needed] they are used to distract their reader from the text itself by annoying them with obnoxious symbols and references[citation needed]. No reader, of course, takes these seriously[citation needed] because as everyone knows[citation needed]: anything found on the internet is automatically true[citation needed]. Citations[citation needed] are therefore a total waste of the users connection[citation needed]. This is why many webbrowsers have installed an automatic citation[citation needed] filter that blocks citations[citation needed] and references so they are not downloaded[citation needed].

The History of Citations[citation needed][edit]

Citations date back to the texts by Plato, who used it extensively in his writings. Plato was very adept at citing[citation needed] and could therefore proudly pass on his knowledge of citations[citation needed] to his student, Aristotle[citation needed] Plato and Aristotle dedicated their lives[citation needed] to spreading[citation needed] the use of citations[citation needed], and it was because of them that the practice reached Egypt.

In Egypt, the citations[citation needed] found [citation needed] a new home within the Alexandrian Library[citation needed]. The citations[citation needed] prospered within the library, and slowly but surely evolved from their citation[citation needed]al roots. With lots of books to infect and cite[citation needed], the citations[citation needed] grew exponentially, and had within weeks formed their own society and congressional courts. It didn't take long before the citations[citation needed] took over the library, and within a month of the liberation, the citations[citation needed] had taken over Egypt.[citation needed] Through clever use of text manipulation, the citations[citation needed] spread throughout the world.

From Egypt, the now evolved citations[citation needed] had an almost divine impact on the world. It is still tradition in Taiwan, for example, that in order to be successful in life you must cite[citation needed] at least 10 sources for every one thing you make up. Scientist today have of course disproven this myth with the logic that this would make nearly every user of the internet unsuccessful. Scientist today, can only nod their heads in agreement when looking at the countless unsuccessful internet hogs that exist.

Citations[citation needed] have since been proven to be the cause of The Seven Plagues[citation needed], human stupidity[citation needed], global warming[citation needed], holocaust[citation needed], entropy[citation needed], human stupidity[citation needed], and the 16 year overdue end of the 100 Year War[citation needed].

Citations[citation needed] in popular culture[edit]

Channel 4 has a hit show called Citation Citation Citation

As a follow up series came Re-citation [citation needed] Re-citation [citation needed] Re-citation [citation needed]

Examples Of Citaitons [citation needed] in Speech[edit]

JACK: Oh my god Jill! Your mum is a MILF [citation needed]

JILL: She is 56[citation needed] Jack

JACK: I don't mind [citation needed]

JILL: Shut up about my mum or I will stab you!

JACK: I wanna fuck ya mum [citation needed]

JACK: Argggh!

Jill stands covered in jacks blood [citation needed]


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Lack of Citations[citation needed] in popular culture[edit]

Lack of citations[citation needed] can be found anywhere[citation needed]. Really[citation needed]. Lack of citing[citation needed] has become proper practice[citation needed], and it is therefore common to find " [citation needed] " stuck to anything[citation needed].

Some[citation needed] also[citation needed] find[citation needed] it[citation needed] funny[citation needed] to[citation needed] stick[citation needed] the[citation needed] tags[citation needed] to[citation needed] every[citation needed] word[citation needed] in[citation needed] a[citation needed] sentence[citation needed].

Or two[citation needed][citation needed] on the same word.

Three even[citation needed][citation needed][citation needed].

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In fact, some sites have whole sections solely made up of tags. You really shouldn't trust those![citation needed]

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