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A socio-political milieu in which truth and facts are disregarded when lies, gossip, and other forms of misinformation enable the liar to make a buck, sell some soap or win an argument. Derived from Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia in which printed information may or MAY NOT be factual.
Viewer one: "Oh man, did you hear that Channel 7 just reported that the little bit of rain we had last week actually made the drought WORSE instead of better?"

Viewer two: "What! How is that even possible? That's so Wikiworld!"

by SimpleSpyman April 15, 2008
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A socio-political milieu in which truth and facts are disregarded when lies, gossip, and other forms of misinformation enable the liar to make a buck, sell some soap or win an argument. Derived from Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia in which printed information may or MAY NOT be factual.
Viewer one: "Oh man, did you hear that Channel 7 just reported that the little bit of rain we had last week actually made the drought WORSE instead of better?"

Viewer two: "What! How is that even possible? That's so Wikiworld!"
by SimpleSpyman May 20, 2008
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Any endevor based upon make believe or fantasy.
We tried to stop her from staying and riding out the huricane but she's in wiki world.

by Patrick Eberhart June 20, 2006
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