Anytime there is a question asked that you don’t know the answer to, where is one of the first places you visit? I use my phone to check Google most of the time, which in turn leads me to the glorious website Wikipedia. And then most of the time I’m able to find my answer pretty quickly. They have pages for almost every little thing that you can think of. And while that’s a good thing, it can also be a terribly bad thing. The reason it could be bad, is because anyone, and I mean anyone, can update a Wikipedia page. While this seems like an okay idea, it can go off the deep end pretty fast. After seeing these, I’m pretty glad I don’t have a Wikipedia page. Here are 37 times that Wikipedia was brutally honest with its entries just like they did with the simpsons last week.