Definition of the word: Knowledge
Knowledge - An ailment known to infest the brain or other thinking tissues of a species. It is believed to be an ailment of non-viral, non-bacterial and non-fungal origin. Although a predisposition towards the infection of knowledge can be traced to hereditary, the overriding cause of it is believed to be environmental.
Many persons have been found to have contracted knowledge in large, public institutions such as schools and libraries, many of which were forced to close because of it. A high proportion of knowledge-infected populations have been found to vote more liberally, oppose the glories of war, and even take children out of the loving womb of orphanages only to throw them haphazardly into the arms of adoptive parents who are happily married, but technically gay.
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