‘TL;DR Wikipedia’ Is The Brutally Honest Wikipedia We Didn’t Know We Needed

Wikipedia is wanting for editors these days, and nobody wants to read 3000+ words on Tails from the Sonic video games (except maybe this weirdo). Luckily there’s a new single serving Tumblr that takes the laborious reading out of Wikipedia entries.

TL;DR Wikipedia is “Wikipedia condensed for your pleasure.” It’s like Ambrose Bierce’s The Devil’s Dictionary updated with modern conveniences and more swearing.

Our favorite TL;DR Wikipedia entries are collected below. Thanks to Neatorama for the assist.

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