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Entry from May 06, 2018
“What do you call Wikipedia for babies?"/"Wikipedialyte.”

"Wikipedialyte” (Wikipedia + Pedialyte) doesn’t exist, but there are jokes. “Then u could give them wikipedialyte when they’re sick :D RT @camoozle: I want to have wikipedia’s babies” was posted on Twitter on July 13, 2010. “New drink for kids where strangers on the internet constantly tinker with the recipe—Wikipedialyte” was posted on Twitter on July 11, 2011.

A riddle was posted on Reddit—3amjokes on May 8, 2018:

Q: What do you call Wikipedia for babies?
A: Wikipedialyte.



Wikipedia: Wikipedia
Wikipedia (/ˌwɪkɪˈpiːdiə/, /ˌwɪkiˈpiːdiə/ WIK-ih-PEE-dee-ə) is a multilingual, web-based, free-content encyclopedia that is based on a model of openly editable content. It is the largest and most-popular general reference work on the Internet, and is named as one of the most popular websites. It is owned and supported by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization which operates on whatever money it receives from its annual fund drives.

Wikipedia: Pedialyte
Pedialyte is an oral electrolyte solution manufactured by Abbott Laboratories and marketed for use in children. It was invented by Dr. Gary Cohen of Swampscott, Massachusetts.

Twitter
Michelle
@olevia1977
Then u could give them wikipedialyte when they’re sick :D RT @camoozle: I want to have wikipedia’s babies.  js
11:44 PM - 13 Jul 2010

GTwitter
Bald Mike
@BaldMikeSays
When I want everyone in the entire world, despite their limited intellectual ability, to help me cure my hangover, I drink Wikipedialyte.
11:46 PM - 15 Mar 2011

Twitter
Ish
@Ish
New drink for kids where strangers on the internet constantly tinker with the recipe—Wikipedialyte.
6:52 PM - 11 Jul 2011

Twitter
Lynn Pounian
@Panger2018
Hey, kids, drink Wikipedialyte. It replenishes bodily fluids unexpectedly discharged when you realize you need to do actual research!
8:51 AM - 18 Jan 2012

Twitter
Josh Gondelman
@joshgondelman
Just drank some Wikipedialyte. It may be full of nutrients, or that info could just be made up.
2:31 PM - 23 Apr 2012

Twitter
Scott Johnson
@scottjohnson
If the child dehydration remedy ‘Pedialyte’ built an online knowledge base, they could call it “Wikipedialyte”.
5:37 PM - 4 Nov 2013

Twitter
Susan Worthington
@magicgirlsue
Wikipedialyte #RuinAWebsite @midnight
11:49 PM - 12 Nov 2013

Twitter
Rory Butler
@ror_g_butler
Thinking of starting a crowd-sourced web site about children’s vitamin beverages. It will be called Wikipedialyte.
11:52 AM - 11 Jul 2014

Twitter
Swisher
@swish
WIKIPEDIALYTE - Children’s beverage chock full of potentially-erroneous information. Oh, and electrolytes.
10:10 AM - 26 Nov 2014

Twitter
(((R L Abramson)))
@heybramson
Million-dollar idea: Wikipedialyte . . .  to quench a dehydrated child’s insatiable thirst for knowledge . . . Thoughts, @joshwarrun ?
2:37 PM - 20 Apr 2017

Reddit—3amjokes
What do you call Wikipedia for babies? self.3amjokes
Submitted May 8, 2018 by HardlyNetworking
Wikipedialyte

Twitter
3AM
@3AM_Jokes
What do you call Wikipedia for babies?... Wikipedialyte
12:51 PM - 8 May 2018

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