The Live Action TV page on Fanon Discontinuity was always the length it is now. Reports that it was originally much longer and claimed that pretty much every single part of Doctor Who never happened are clearly mistaken.
There was never a strikethrough markup tag. EVER.
Nobody on the face of the Earth spends hours upon hours reading through a massive catalog of tropes used in television or other media. That would be wrong. Nor would anyone have bothered wasting such inordinate amounts of time creating such a catalog. And they certainly wouldn't do something as silly as cataloging fictional events within a series that they choose to ignore. I mean, they have a page on the idea, but it's completely hypothetical. As is the rest of the catalog, of course.
I don't exist. These words are nothing more than a figment of your imagination, brought on by hours of sleep deprivation. These hours imagination, brought nothing on by hours words are nothing sleep hours words are nothing deprivation hours of sleep more than a figment hours imagination, brought nothing on by hours of sleep deprivation...
I object to the first statement. If your world can be deceived, you still have to exist in it. Why? Well to draw on Descartes, if you can be deceived about something, than that indicates that the something has to be there to begin with (even if nothing's there, nothing is that something). If are deceived, and you think you do exist, than you can say that you are being deceived and you do exist. However, if you didn't exist, there'd be nothing to deceive, so by the mere act of thinking, you prove your own existence. All the rest I can take.
Ah, but the non-existent troper above never claimed they were deceived into thinking they existed, they claimed you were deceived into thinking they existed. Except that they didn't actually claim anything, because they never existed. Um.
If you see a sentence that seems to be missing a word, it's not because it used to link to "I Am Not Making This Up," a page which never existed and certainly never used to be linked to from every single even remotely unusual event. Sometimes people writing online just accidentally miss a word. I Am Not Making That Up!