Metal

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Metal is a generic term used to classify two very different things.There are many forms of metal. Depending on the context or situation, metal can be either of the following:

  1. A classification of mineral[1]
  2. A style of soft and peaceful music
  3. A type of plastic
  4. A mean puppy

History[edit]

Metal doing work

Metal was created by the Flying Spaghetti Monster at the same time he created everything else: time, space, the world and Anime. It was first discovered by Winston Churchill when he returned from one of his numerous sex parties blind drunk and covered in Sludge, the raw form of metal, and fell into an open blast furnace. Upon being pulled out by his good friend Stanley Kubrick, Churchill discovered that the metal which had melted off him had been formed into a primitive soup ladle by the intense heat of the furnace. He subsequently used this discovery as a weapon with which he won World War II-XIIV, the War of 1812 and Scrabble.

It was long believed that the word "Metal" was derived from the Greek word Metallon, however, recent evidence has shown that Kubrick actually had a unique speech impediment preventing him pronouncing the letter n, and he was attempting tell Churchill that he was "mental".

Periodic Table Position[edit]

Metal is class that is given to certain elements from the periodic table. These elements are, in their natural state, shiny solids good at conducting, heat, electricity and light operettas. More commonly known metals include iron maiden , zinc and golden arches.

Uses[edit]

Iron[edit]

Iron one of the simplest and hardest of all the metals. It can't do algebra and it can drink silver under the table.

It is used in:

Lead[edit]

Lead (not to be confused with Led, which is, in fact, an entirely different kind of heavy metal used to manufacture Zeppelins) is soft and heavy (It may cause death, although this is unconfirmed (but it doesn't do it as well as mercury). Warning: Lead produced in China has been known to contain traces of lead, which is harmful. It is used in:

  • boots
  • hearts, such as those of emo kids
  • pipes, specifically those used for killing people, especially Colonel Mustard
  • Vanishing Good at not being on the top of public buildings, churches, factorys etc
  • doors lead doors, commonly used in star trek to add uneccessary weight to the ship.
  • leadfoot a condition leading to paralysis and death.

Copper[edit]

Copper was originally taken into the group as the token black guy, but has had to survive on its own merits ever since it was pointed out that it was actually brown.

It is used in:

Beryllium[edit]

Beryllium is not considered tr00 metal and has struggled to establish itself within the metal realm... As it is the lightest of all the rigid metals it is not considered very 'heavy metal' and thus is shunned as 'inferior' by Iron enthusiasts and Steel elitists.

It is used in:

Any Other Metal[edit]

Any other metal (or AOM) is used solely in the production of 6000 Sided Dice and is therefore considered utterly useless by everyone else. AOM is currently in a downward spiral of alcoholism and Kitten Huffing due to the severe depression this opinion has caused. It is yet to be determined whether AOM can be used in socks.


Colton[edit]

Much better than Coltan this element (symbol Bs) was discovered in 2010 by someone to lazy to spell properly. It is used to make the Motorola logo on cell phones because of its awesome shinynes. For every kilogram of colton mined 3 orphans must be killed (used to fuel drill).

Notes[edit]

  1. The mineral version of metal is quite useless, Mostly used as to insulate cheap houses and forge useless imitation swords. Some say my heart is made of Metal but to them I say "pish posh".