In another universe, this is what women look like.
But not at Wikipediocracy.
Wikipediocracy has never been known for welcoming women. In fact, they seem to go out of their way to be creepy and stalkerish. Their locker room values are legendary.
So no surprise that someone named Tarc has now appeared with an old Puma ad hoax featuring a sexualized woman. [Archived.] Without a face of course. The Wikipediocrazies have no use for a woman with an identity, a woman whose life does not revolve around their sexual fetishes.
There’s an ad in red, with comments that point out the “milk” on her thigh, misspelled of course. Why is it the knuckle-draggers can never spell. There is another ad in blue, with a slightly different placement of the thigh “milk”, shown here with the hoax explanation.
So….why, Wikipediocracy, why? Besides the usual…
The original post was supposed to be about a puff-piece on Wired: “Wikipedia Is the Last Best Place on the Internet” by someone named Richard Cooke, who tweets “This is my first piece for@WIRED . It’s something of a love letter to Wikipedia, which doesn’t get the credit it deserves. I hope you enjoy it.” (FWIW, Wikipediocracy’s own Erika Herzog makes an appearance at the end of the comments.) Says Cooke, “It wouldn’t have been possible without the m team at Wired”, and name checks Anthony Lydgate, who has cross-posted the piece.
So it looks like what this Tarc person is trying to say is that the piece is something like fellatio, with the male writer fellating Wikipedia, which is also portrayed as male. And in the wild and wacky world of Wikipediocrazy, the concept of a man performing oral sex is portrayed by …a photo of a woman performing oral sex. Perfectly logical. How else are you going to get all those Wikipediocrazy dudes, ah, drinking “milk” together, with a bunch of other dudes?
But of course they stole the whole thing from Sucks in the first place, who beat them to the punch with Barbour’s post, “WIRED runs another love letter to Wiki-world”. And they have all been over there lapping up Abd’s vagina-based nicknames for Vigilant. Oh do check out Abd ( if you are interested in this sort of thing, of course). There are now ten, or is it eleven now, threads making naughty with Vigilant.
Wikipediocracy just accomplished a very funny thread, “You’re Always Being Watched on Wikipedia”, in which they give some very droll advice about trolling.
But for the moment, Wikipediocracy has fallen silent, as they contemplate the way Tarc has just popped up, if I may venture a small pun.
Have they now been derailed? Or will Tarc blow out as quickly as they have let him blow in.
Somey could have stopped this a long time ago by not letting Abd into the sekrit forum where he is mocked on a daily basis. Wikipediocracy has a new “policy” against reposting their top-sekrit stuff on other Wikipedia criticism sites, but Abd gets around that by re-posting it on Barbour’s Book site, sometimes as often as five times a day. It was only a matter of time before Abd’s numerous F-bombs and V-crotch “jokes” started spreading like a coronavirus, straight back to Wikipediocracy.
I daresay we are in for even more of this. Monkey see, monkey do.
A pity the old dick-pick website is defunct, I bet Tarc (who I seem to recall is Trans-Racial), would get a lot more takers if people could get some visuals on exactly what it was he was offering.
Update: SCRUBBED! [Archived.] Someone over there does have some class after all.
If anyone has a screenshot of Corbett agreeing with me, do send me a copy.