We had an idea when launching Uncyclopedia on a new server – to set up an official blog so that, as much as anything else, the community would know what is going behind the scenes.
You may notice this never happened. You may even wonder why, for all of .31 seconds before you get distracted by a cat picture, and the simple answer is that it is because we’re a pile of lazy-arse loons and generally there’s nothing going on behind the scenes in the first place. Or to put it more bluntly, it’s because we’re Uncyclopedians.
The blog never happened because nobody got around to making it happen. The things we might have blogged about also generally never happened because we never got around to making them happen either, thus providing little reason to get around to setting up the blog. We never changed anything about the site itself because we never got around to seeing if there’d even be any reason to do so. We never came up with an official name for, let alone set up, any Organisation or Foundation, because we never got around to discussing it. We never announced our team because we never got around to figuring out who our team really was. For the most part, things just happened without any particular guidance from anyone. Continue reading