< Scratch Wiki:April Fools

Rage icon.png This is an April Fools' Day version of Discussion Forums. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.

The Scratch Discussion Forums is a place where members of the Scratch Team discuss ways to get more energy units. They are also a place where people MUST have Flame Wars and spam.

60 Second Rule

The Scratch team created a 60-second rule which allows waffles that have been spammed on the forums to be edible in that time. Anybody who is caught not spamming waffles or other stuff (and giving the ST energy units) is banned.


People cannot use adult languages like Wiki Markup in the forums, but they have to live with BBCode, a thing made by the BBC so they can spam more stuff. B stands for British (and so does the other B) so only people in Britain or ones that can do a terrible British accent can use it. The Scratch Team can use it, though.


Every time somebody posts they give the Scratch Team an energy unit. People are encouraged to post as they get a badge saying ‘King of Spam’ when they are the first Scratcher to spam more than a billion times. People who have spammed less than 100 times are looked down upon, are forced to pray to the Scratch Team that they will reach that many posts eventually every hour and to make them feel super bad everyone can see how many spams they have.

Spamming subforums

The Scratch Team likes to keep energy units organised. After all, you can’t collect them unless you can find them! So, they organise them into tons of innocent looking ‘subforums’, codeword for ‘energy unit harvesters’.

What do the forums look lyke?

April fools scratch forums.png They used to look lyke this, but since they basically revealed all the ST's evil plans, they took a dude called lildeebopJR to edit them and hide the plans. LildeebopJR got banned for no reason after that and now joins kaj in the Dungeon. The forums are different but i'm too lazy to find their photo

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