No matter how weird, bizarre or oddly specific something might be, if it exists, there’s most likely a Wikipedia article written about it. And just in case you don’t believe me, the Depths of Wikipedia Instagram account might help change your mind.

The account in question is strictly dedicated to the weirdest Wikipedia articles out there, and it’s absolutely hilarious. From movies about drying paint to overly-complex English sentences, see the most unusual articles tucked away in the depths of Wikipedia in the gallery below!

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#1 This Is A Good One

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#2 And They Were Roommates

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#3 Kafka

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#4 We’re All Guilty Of That

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#5 In Protest, A Guy Made A 10 Hour Film Of Paint Drying Just To Force The Film Classification Committee To Watch It

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#6 Planned Procrastination— When The Only Time You Can Find Motivation For A Task Is When You’re Under A Tight Deadline.

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#7 Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

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#8 April Fools Lore

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#9 Relates To The Concept Of Automaticity: The Ability To Do Things Without Occupying The Mind With Low-Level Details

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#10 Filling My Exam Answers With Swag

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#11 Just Like Crabs In A Bucket Block The Escape Attempts Of Other Crabs, People In A Group May Attempt To Sabotage The The Most Talented Group Member Out Of Envy And Spite

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#12 This Is The Deepest Stuff I’ve Heard In A While

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#13 Rigged, I Knew Josh Would Win

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#14 Just Gals Being Pals

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#15 Obsessed With The Complexity Of The Chart On The Third Slide

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#16 When Incompetent People Can’t Understand Their Relative Incompetence

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#17 When A Thing/Concept/Word You Just Learned About Suddenly Seems To Crop Up Everywhere

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#18 Dilbert Principle

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#19 This Could Be Us

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#20 In 2003, A High Schooler Named Mike Rowe Had His Website Cease-And-Desisted By Microsoft. Eventually, After Media Attention, The Tech Giant Gave Him A Settlement Including A Trip To Microsoft Tech Fest And An Xbox

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