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14 Funny Entries From the TL;DR Wikipedia Instagram Page

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Do you follow the Instagram page tldr.wikipedia? If you don’t you should because it’s pretty hilarious.

It basically boils down subjects to “no BS” definitions that are actually pretty darn accurate, if you ask me.

Here are some good examples from that funny Instagram account.

1. That is very true.

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Wikipedia.

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2. Yes, you are an asshole.

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Automobile horn.

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3. The proud, the few.

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Proctologist.

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4. Did you know that?

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Roman numerals.

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5. Very, very true.

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Chief executive officer.

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6. It’s all lies.

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Résumé.

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7. Definitely doesn’t look cool.

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Electronic cigarette.

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8. Mostly inactivewear.

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Leggings.

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9. Ouch! Sorry, Olive Garden.

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Microwave.

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10. Getting youngsters ready!

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High school.

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11. It’s up there somewhere.

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Bismarck (city)

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12. No fun at all.

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Cancer.

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13. Edgy eighth graders.

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Satanism.

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14. It’s all about ME.

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Astrology.

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Totally on point, am I right?

What are some of your favorite entries on this page?

Let us know in the comments!