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Missing continents[edit]

What about Atlantis? Slizor 00:04, 10 March 2006 (UTC)

What the fuck? I thought the United States of America were supposed to be in the center! Call the inquisition! Starghost 02:45, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

"Are you serious???? There are others countries besides America??? Holy crap are they aliens????" The average American citizen.

come on guys, this one was obvious[edit]

This article should read "Mostly Harmless." Duh.

I would do it myself but that big yellow sign is a bit of a deterrant.

Yeah, that's what it's there for. See HTBFANJS to figure out why that would be stupid rather than funny. -- Sir Codeine K·H·P·B·M·N·C·U·Bu. · (Harangue) 09:34, 13 July 2006 (UTC)

Why are there so may 'Mostly Harmless' edits? -- 08:14, 22 January 2009 (UTC) n


That "Uranus" this is retarded, and it should probably be deleted. I don't want to do it cause i'm new and i could be wrong, but it seems a bit 2nd grade. --TrogdorTSL 18:19, 28 July 2006 (UTC)


Please add [[cs:Země]] [[ru:Земля]] and [[sk:Zem]].

What about Spain II: The Revenge?[edit]

The country of Chuck Norris ( doesn't appear on the map, so the authors'd better run, he won't be happy and will be going after you -- 18:45, 20 September 2007 (UTC)

Too Much Inaccuracy[edit]

This article is all wrong. I could tell simply by looking at 2 locations. The first matter is ennennennium. Sure, it does have an atomic number of 999, but ennennennium is an artificial element, and the heaviest element right now on the periodic table is either roentgenium (111) or ununoctium (118). So, from roentgenium, there are still 888 elements to go. And, besides, ennennennium is most likely to have an extremley short half-life, less than a millisecond (unless my idea of tapons turns to be a success). Still, because ennennennnium will be artifical, that part will always remain inaccurate.

There is also a picture of Venus, which was called, "Earth on a bad smog day." It was so wrong! I also saw a picture of the Kool-Aid guy crashing into the Earth. The Kool-Aid guy is not even real!

These matters should be tended to.

NEVER! User:Aewanko --the ghostlessness 02:41, 20 May 2008 (UTC)

He he, was that message real? This is UNcyclopedia. - 06:44 20 May Sir FSt. (QotF BFF NotM) YTTETalk!Read!Sign!Whore!CMC!Pee!

There is an alternative geophysical observation by Sir Belvedere "And that, my liege, is how we know the Earth to be banana-shaped" This was noted in part by the great archeologist cum athropologist M.PythonPlonderer 01:57, January 21, 2010 (UTC)

Add - The price of Earth[edit]

It should say $700 dollar for the Earth forever, and the best part youc an rule it.

Age of the Earth[edit]

When asked about the age of the Earth, most theologians say it's UNDER 9,000!!!!!!

Welcome to the 1990s. --nldr 23:38, March 13, 2010 (UTC)

Attention n00b's, random IP addresses, and otherwise unruly users[edit]

If anyone, and I mean anyone so much as blanks this page and replaces it with "mostly harmless" or some variation thereof, you will get a swift kick in the ass. If you think, "gee, I'll be clever and just add it somewhere in the text inconspicuously," please consider the following: the joke is already in the last sentence of the introduction. Someone else thought of it before you and did it in a much more clever way than you ever could. Thank you.

Sincerely, --Sir Skinfan13 Talk {< CUN RotM FBotM VFH ΥΣΣ Maj. SK >} 08:19 EST 2 April, 2010

Earth is definitely[edit]

The America of the Universe.

Regarding the initial comment in this section[edit]

Well done, now any vandal knows that they can simply blank the rest of the article leaving that phrase minus the italics in place Gabriel Turner (talk) 20:36, April 20, 2012 (UTC)

Earth's diameter.[edit]

Earth is 12,756 kilometers wide.