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When you search for 'douche' on Wikipedia, this is what you get:
Hats off to Matthew Inman of The Oatmeal for pointing this out on Google+.
Of course, there's no reason one has to stop at 'douche.'
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I notice now that they're making the grunts do this onerous task now. Last time I checked, it was Wikipedia programmer Brandon Harris. Poor Brandon is just trying to keep his job, which makes Jimmy Wales even more of a douche.
25 November 2011 at 09:02 PM
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