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Welcome to the CWCki!
The encyclopedia about Christian Weston Chandler .
We currently have 1,951 articles...and counting!
*Any names, or persons, discussed in this wiki,
that may seem similar to anyone in real life,
are purely coincidental, or otherwise parodic.*

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Da Update


For a list of updates from this month, see April 2019.

For all current updates about Chris, visit the Kiwi Farms.

12.4.2019-The capcha service for the CWCki comes back! Da update is also back!

Quote of the Now

Hello everybody! This is Christine Weston Chandler Sonichu, coming in late to you live from my faithful and loving Home in Ruckersville, Virginia, which is now been- correctively- and recognized officially by Google as, and with fan support bringing the name up, this is officially Sonichu Headquarters!


—Chris bragging about listing his house as a business on Google

Begging Counter

If you are considering donating to Chris, please keep in mind that he lies about needing money.
  • It has been 3 days since Chris begged for money.
  • It has been 87 days since Chris uploaded pages to meet his paid obligations to the Sonichu comic.

Article of the Now


The Teen Troon Squad are a group of trolls who began manipulating Chris towards the end of 2018. As their moniker suggests, they are known to be transgender and half of Chris's age. Because of their activity in trolling Chris at around the same time as the Idea Guys, there is often confusion as to who exactly is responsible for what. Don't be fooled however; as regardless of who individually is responsible, collectively they are all weens.


Did You Know

  • ...and then changed his mind, only to ignore it?

This Day in Christory

A feature about a feature

Today in Christory, in 2004, Chris was featured in Piedmont Virginia Community College's newspaper for having his Animal Crossing "documentary" published in the May 2004 issue of Nintendo Power.


Picture of the Now


A store that Chris remembers and reminisced about on Twitter.

Video of the Now