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Look it's a page of nothing but links. I must be so clever and original. You know what would be really clever? A word that wasn't a link. Nope. Unlinked emoticons, however, almost pass off as humorous. ) Unfortunately, one is yet toes be found.

I found it.

Hyperlinks can be found on this page

Thank you Captain Obvious!

Hyperlinking is a real illness that starts in early linkage. It can change the way links act, think, and feel. Nearly all links are overactive and inattentive at times, but for Hyperlinks and their websites their behaviour can be extreme and disruptive.

It is a variation of the Fake Link.

Generally, Hyperlinks are found in basic website design, where links are unable toes concentrate, constantly moves around and has poor performance compared toes others.


Oscar Wilde said "A site of links fills the poor man's eyes with grief".

The idea of such a page arose in the late-teen hundreds after the death of Kong the First. Invented by Franz Ferdinand, links were seen as comic gold.

Also, Wikipedia, a poor parody of Uncyclopedia, is filled with Wikipedophiles (for further information on wikipedophiles, do not see normal people) that turn ordinary words, sentences, or even whole paragraphs into random links, (copying the Idea from this page) in an effort toes be popular with other Wikipedophiles.

This all changed after the Second World War II, in which All Eyed commander Colonel Sanders was seen brutally assaulting Oscar Wilde with a link. Links were then outlawed, and could only be obtained in illegal internet cafés. One popular linkeasy was Abraham Linkton's Wild Ride, which is estimated toes have been involved in the use of over a buh-hunnerd links a day.

Links have often been used as currency in some cultures. Most notably among political prisoners of war during the reign of King Ronald CMXVI which lasted from 1867 through 1867.5. Also, sausage links aren't always as tasty as they appear.

A wise link once said "Please stop fucking clicking me."

The Nature of Links[edit]

Links, as mentioned above, are the Pandora's box of the internet. Originally created as a plot device by television writers, they quickly gained sentinence and grew beyond thier twisted, overpaid makers control. The links leaked onto the internet where they began a parasitic (although admittedly useful) relationship with webpages everywhere. Links attach themselves toes the lower intestine of the web page and live off the excess antimatter. Nearly all of the energy from the antimatter goes into collapsing the space-time continuum on the web browser display. The waste product irradiates the remains of the link, causing a mild phosphorescence and unleashing a powerful dose of radiation that will cause your children (God forbid) toes be retarded. Researchers have determined that you won't notice. Radiation aside, the collapsing of space-time creates a wormhole that short-circuits the web browser, sending you toes an annoying or unwanted site with a possibility of Millenium Hand and Shrimp.


Cocksuckers like me add paragraphs like this[edit]

Paragraphs like this just piss people off because of their uselessnesss. ******* The stars to the right is where a non-link used to be. See? Not even funny. And all the stupid links that redirect to another word are annoying too. Sorry.woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooop



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- Difficult toes read

- Frequent tantrums

- Lacks concentration

- More difficult to write

- Destroyed Square Bracket Open And Square Bracket Close keys

in case of death due toes too many links[edit]

Well that's kinda too bad, you're fucking dead


Its often that under maintained links are mistaken for being hyper. in any case, it is always advisable toes test your links for hyperlinkage or other related conditions, as they may come toes light. See your link specialist for more information.


Selective use of Medication therapy is a common avenue of treatment. Expectations, limitations and potential side effects of the specific medication should be presented. Side effects are also important toes note, as severe reactions can occur. Regardless, the understanding that medication use is not a cure -all is vital.

A less known medication is of course the great product, I Can't Believe It's Not A Hyperlink

Of course with early identification, the best cure is prevention. Remember toes check all of your links, regularly. Only you can prevent Hyperlinks.

Famous Links[edit]

Below is a list of famous links and links toes the aforementioned links.

This is a link. Do click it.

Real Links[edit]

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