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Silly WikiHow Articles You Won't Believe Really Exist

List RulesThese are all real WikiHow articles. Vote up the ones that are so bizarre you can't believe they exist.

One of the many sad truths of existence is that everyone can’t be an expert at everything, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t learn about as many things as possible. wikiHow is a great way to learn how to do something new, but the dumb wikiHow articles collected on this list have helped no one learn how to do anything. (Unless someone actually snuck their cat into work, that article’s actually pretty detailed.) Take a look at these wikiHow articles that you won’t believe really exist.

It doesn't matter who wrote these weird wikiHow pages, they’re amazing in the same way that a car crash, or taquitos from 7-11 are amazing. A lot of these articles are for things that you don’t need someone to tell you how to do, like tying your shoes or making ice. But some of the entries on this list of funny wikiHow articles are 100% bonkers. If you’re looking up how to pretend to be possessed or how to appreciate death metal, you might need more than a wikiHow page to help you in your quest. For starters, you maybe a therapist, or even just a friend. Keep reading to check out some of the weirdest wikiHow articles that you need to put in your life right now.
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    How to Trick People Into Thinking You're Possessed

    Photo: wikiHow
    Oh no, it looks like whoever wrote this got their information mixed up with the page for "How to Make Everyone Think You're an Assh*le."
    Is this bizarre?
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    5045 VOTES

    How to Become a Ghost

    Photo: wikiHow


    Is this bizarre?
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    3761 VOTES

    How to Act Like a Modern/Common Vampire

    Photo: wikiHow
    The only pertinent information in this ridiculous/amazing how-to is "Act sympathetic to people's problems. Remember, after living for 1,000 years you have experienced every problem on Earth!" That's just good advice.
    Is this bizarre?
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    4094 VOTES

    How to Listen to Music

    Photo: wikihow
    The fact that this wikiHow page doesn't just say "With your ears!" is a shamefully missed opportunity.
    Is this bizarre?