You know you're on Sickipedia too much when you start learning the news from the jokes.
What's (buffering 21%) the (buffering 45%) best way (buffering 69%) to lose (buffering 86%) a (buffering 100%) hard-on?
The Sickipedia home page is a bit like a stroke patient...
...only the left side of it is actually any good.
Nothing says 'almost caught masturbating' like having your mum walking in on you looking at the Google homepage.
I was in my office yesterday on my lunch break when I decided to go on my computer to enjoy a joke or two on Sickipedia. The amount of racist sick jokes made me persist in laughing. Quite loudly actually. My boss overheard this and came over to have a look. I suddenly remembered to my horror that my boss was black. Then to make it even worse I remembered he transferred here from America. In realising this I quickly grasped for the mouse and closed the Sickipedia web page. As my boss reached the foot of my desk he said: "What are you laughing at then?" Nervously I replied: "nothing boss, just something that happened yesterday". My black American boss then proceeded to go through my website history until he came across Sickipedia. He looked at me and said: "ahhh what's this then sounds interesting."
I was ready to be fired. I was ready to get beaten up. Sweat pouring down my head, i sat there in horror and disbelief as he scrolled the mouse closer and closer to the website url. And as he clicked on sickipedia.org, i don't think i was ever happier to see those magic words.....
"Database Latency too high. Sickipedia appears to have lost connection to the database."
Whoever said white men cant jump has never had a black colleague tap him on the shoulder while reading Sickipedia
Fool people into thinking you have a social life by going offline for a few hours.
You know that line that you're not meant to cross?
For a Sickipedian, that's the starting line.
I took this personality test on the internet, and it said... "Describe yourself in one word."
I answered, "Not good at following instructions."
The General Rule of People you meet on the internet: