“I won't stand for this!”
“You can't touch this!”
“I've got a bad feeling about this.”
“This is SPARTAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!”
This is the opposite of that. This is an Uncyclopedia article; it was written by me, and is being read now by you. This has become one of the most controversial articles on Uncyclopedia due to its being the only article containing the words "Oscar Wilde is a sham."
The controversial nature of this article has created a cult following among those who don't know what they are talking about.
This last statement has been particularly troublesome. Many read it, believing that everything in Uncyclopedia is true, only to discover, through Uncyclopedia itself, that Uncyclopedia is made up. (What idiots!) However, if Uncyclopedia is made up, then how do they know for sure that the statement "Unyclopedia is made up" is true? This has created a paradox, which has succeeded in sucking all of this article's cult following out of the space-time continuum. Most others deny that such a statement ever appeared in this article.
This is often confused with that, which is most assuredly not this, because that article could not possibly be this article.
Actually, the phrase "Everything I say is a lie" does not mean that everything I say is the truth,but only SOME of what I say is the truth, and the rest is a lie. Did that just blow your fucking mind or what?